Grades 6-8 First Year Teacher’s Guide to Survival

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If you are a new teacher, you need this book. Inside the survival guide you will uncover all the tools necessary for a successful first year. Many teaching programs fail to prepare new teachers for the reality of the classroom. Dealing with mounds of paperwork, communicating with parents or even organizing a field trip are not taught in education programs, but this book guides you through all new teacher pitfalls starting from the day you get your job through the end of your first school year. You will find practical advice, tips from experienced teachers and a teacher toolkit full of ready to copy material. Take advantage of this opportunity to enter your classroom with the experience and confidence most teachers have to learn the hard way.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: I Got a Job. Now What?Chapter 11: Meeting with Parents
Chapter 2: Before the Students ArriveChapter 12: Classroom Management Strategies
Chapter 3: Setting Up Your ClassroomChapter 13: Substitutes
Chapter 4: In Your Spare TimeChapter 14: Special Education
Chapter 5: The Students are ComingChapter 15: Settling In
Chapter 6: Getting into your GrooveChapter 16: Motivation
Chapter 7: Lesson PlansChapter 17: Finishing the Year
Chapter 8: Dealing with Homework and GradingChapter 18 Teacher Toolkit
Chapter 9: It’s Time for Parent/Teacher NightChapter 19: Teacher Lingo
Chapter 10: Good CommunicationChapter 20: Your Notes for Next Year

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If you are a new teacher, you need this book. Inside the survival guide you will uncover all the tools necessary for a successful first year.  Many teaching programs fail to prepare new teachers for the reality of the classroom.  Dealing with mounds of paperwork, communicating with parents or even organizing a field trip are not taught in education programs, but this book guides you through all new teacher pitfalls starting from the day you get your job through the end of your first school year.  You will find practical advice, tips from experienced teachers and a teacher toolkit full of ready to copy material.  Take advantage of this opportunity to enter your classroom with the experience and confidence most teachers have to learn the hard way.

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Mentoring Teacher Program Subscription, Printed Student Book, Teacher Edition Subscription – eBook Version

author

Megan Laibovitz

Product Number

M-R-SURV-DL, M-R-SURV, M-R-SURV-MT

Pages/ ISBN

186/ISBN: 978-1-59657-230-0, 186/ISBN: 978-1-59657-373-4, No page count. No ISBN number. Use product code.