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The SAS Guide to Teaching
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The SAS Guide to Teaching

Series: Practical Teaching Guides

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9780826490872

Publication Date: 19 Jun 2006

Suitable for: Secondary

"I pondered over many possible titles for this book. Contenders such as "do we copy this down, Sir?" "How long to half term?" or "Has the bell gone yet" were all possibilities since they are probably the most frequently asked questions you will hear in your teaching career. I settled on the "SAS Guide to Teaching" because teaching is often perceived by the public as being one of the hardest jobs of all. I recently employed a plumber, who on discovering I was a teacher, instantly confirmed that for him to face a class of thirty kids he'd have to be armed with CS canisters, several stun grenades and some very beefy mates. He'd got enough on his plate with his two at home, thank you very much. Mind you, I don't think I could install a central heating system. Each to their own." - From the Introduction.

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"I pondered over many possible titles for this book. Contenders such as "do we copy this down, Sir?" "How long to half term?" or "Has the bell gone yet" were all possibilities since they are probably the most frequently asked questions you will hear in your teaching career. I settled on the "SAS Guide to Teaching" because teaching is often perceived by the public as being one of the hardest jobs of all. I recently employed a plumber, who on discovering I was a teacher, instantly confirmed that for him to face a class of thirty kids he'd have to be armed with CS canisters, several stun grenades and some very beefy mates. He'd got enough on his plate with his two at home, thank you very much. Mind you, I don't think I could install a central heating system. Each to their own." - From the Introduction.

Contents

Introduction;
1. Raw beginnings;
2. Surviving in the classroom;
3. Dealing with Parents;
4. The Staffroom;
5. School Assemblies;
6. School Trips;
7. Inspectors and Advisors;
8. You're a Tutor as Well;
9. Keeping on top of things.

Category
ANF
Dewey
371.102
Publisher
Pub. date
19 Jun 2006
ISBN
9780826490872
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Binding
Paperback
Pages
160
Width
129mm
Height
198mm
Contents page
Yes
VAT-able amount
0%
Product dimensions
A3
A4

129mm x 198mm

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