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Shows how to plan the daily lesson, use a variety of lesson types, develop positive questioning techniques, establish preventive discipline procedures, design meaningful tests, and teach across the curriculum.
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This book was written in behalf of all secondary school teachers. It serves as an instructional guide for novice teachers and teachers-to-be. It is also a vehicle for evaluation and change for those who are already experienced professionals of the classroom. The content material reflects thirty-three years of personal experience in teaching and supervision. During your careers you will discover teaching methods and techniques not discussed in this manual but which work to your satisfaction. This text, therefore, is not to be viewed as dogma but only as a launching pad toward classroom competency. The book is designed to assist all teachers in making others receptive to information. A specific aim, however, is to give the new or inexperienced teacher a "jump start" in the classroom by offering him/her a foundation upon which to build classroom experience.About the Author:
Harvey Kraut has thirty-three years of teaching experience in secondary schools. He is a licensed Assistant Principal in the New York City public school system and has taught at the university level.
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Book Description Aysa Pub, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0964060248
Book Description Aysa Pub., 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. 3. Seller Inventory # DADAX0964060248