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By Bill Rogers

ISBN-10: 0761942270

ISBN-13: 9780761942276

ISBN-10: 0761942289

ISBN-13: 9780761942283

ISBN-10: 1848600534

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Invoice Rogers addresses the problems very important to provide academics (substitute lecturers) and identifies the abilities valuable for dealing with the calls for they face.

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I’ve enjoyed my time with you all. I wish you all the best. ’ She scans the room as the school bell sounds, beckoning Sean’s row to go. She has chats with a few individuals as they leave. Some come up to thank her. In some schools children have come up to her privately and asked her if she can be their normal teacher. ’). She has a chat with the few parents who have come to pick their children up. Liz makes sure she leaves the classroom tidy. If the teacher’s desk is ‘chaotically messy’ (it is in some schools) she is careful to leave the class roll in another prominent place (rather than tidy the teacher’s desk in a chapter 2 eff 7/1/03 3:58 am Page 25 A Normal Day?

The teacher simply taps her own head as she says ‘Sean ( . . ) Adam, ( . . ) Bilal ( . . ) your hats’. A student is fiddling with a skateboard while the teacher is explaining a teaching point to the class group. She tactically pauses in what she was saying ( . . ’ She adds a brief ‘Thanks’ to (already) convey expectation. She turns her eyes away and resumes the flow of the lesson giving the student take-up time. There is an ‘as-if-ness’ to the tone of her voice. g. ‘I want you to put that toy in your pencil case, or I can put it on the table up here until recess’).

Some teachers may simply assume that children should – and must – obey their teachers because they have the title or role of teacher. These days, more than ever, teachers have to ‘earn’ their leadership ‘status’ through their ability to engage with and relate to children; to teach with confidence, enthusiasm and skill and be able to exercise appropriate discipline in as positive a way as possible. Above all they need to demonstrate that they respect their students, that they care about them, their chap 3 Q 7/1/03 38 3:59 am Page 38 Effective Supply Teaching learning and their well-being (even if they are only teaching for a single day).

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