100 Ideas for Surviving Your First Year in Teaching

100 Ideas for Surviving Your First Year in Teaching

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Laura-Jane Fisher provides one hundred ideas on how to survive the first year of teaching. This book deals with a wide range of issues from coping with the long working hours and managing difficult classes to lesson planning and writing reports for the first time.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 134 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 7mm | 139g
  • Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0826486673
  • 9780826486677
  • 424,207

Table of contents

Introduction; 1. Finishing off your training; 2. Preparation; 3. First week; 4. The Support system; 5. The life of a teacher; 6. Schools would be lovely places if it wasn't for the kids; 8. When it goes wrong; 9. Looking after yourself; 10. The end of your first year.
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Review quote

'Best of the straightforward list bunch is Laura-Jane Fisher's 100 Ideas for Surviving Your First Year in Teaching....Fisher's style is one of reassurance rather than finger-wagging, and much of her advice is eminently sensible.'--Sanford Lakoff "Tes " 'This book offers a variety of practical advice on all aspects of school life...many of its hints and survival tips are practical and will offer a 'first year' teacher the reassurance that other have felt like they feel and it is survivable.' Jocelyn Sumner, ACT website--Sanford Lakoff
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About Laura-Jane Fisher

Laura-Jane Fisher teaches English and Drama at a Leeds Comprehensive school.
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