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For General Secondary Methods, Student Teaching/Field Experiences courses, and Alternative Certification courses. Based on twenty-five years' experience, this clear, reader-friendly methods text provides an overview of the most essential information needed in order to understand how best to teach in the secondary classroom. The text's eleven targeted chapters distill a vast amount of information down to critical fundamentals, while still incorporating pertinent current research and tying practice to national standards. Chapters are organized to focus, first, on the student who is becoming a teacher; next, on the students he or she will teach; and, finally, on the challenge of creating and implementing meaningful, effective instruction. The result is a practical resource that can help soon-to-be-teachers begin the process of becoming experts in their chosen profession.
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Written in a clear, reader-friendly manner, The Essentials of Teaching in Secondary Classrooms: A Basic Guide for New Teachers is a concise secondary methods text providing readers with a look at the realities of teaching today and offering practical hands-on strategies to use in the classroom immediately. For all secondary teachers, from the student teacher to the newly employed, hill-time professional, this text focuses on mastering the basics, clarifying complex concepts, and presenting only the most important elements of each topic that the novice teacher needs to know.Helpful features include:
Chapter 9 examines the nature and uniqueness of each content area and its curriculum, standards, and related resources, as well as how to effectively incorporate technology into these content areas.
The PRAXIS Competencies feature illustrates for new teachers how certain topics may be addressed on licensing exams.
A Glossary provides readers with a clear definition of specific terms used in the book to facilitate a deeper understanding of chapter content and basic terminology.About the Author:
Grace Mitchell has been in the field of education for 35 yearn, seining as a teacher, guidance counselor, and administrator in public schools at the secondary level. At the college level, she served as Director of Teacher Education at Davidson College for 9 years and continues to work with many colleges and public school systems in the area of teacher preparation. She is currently a faculty member in the Department of Educational Leadership at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0130990744
Book Description Prentice Hall, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0130990744