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What can I fill time with?

Fun Stuff

Kee a folder filled with fun activities on each subject - crosswords, word searches, coloring sheets. These are great to use for students who finish work before other students.

   
Should I practice my lesson plans?

Practice

Practice lessons before you present them to the class. This way you can iron out necessary details before you present it to the class.

   
What should a good lesson plan have?

Model Plan

A model lesson plan could look like this -

I. Title
II. Materials
III. Intro
IV. Lesson
V. Activity
VI. Conclusion

   
What kind of activities should I do in my class?

Activity Variety

Add some variety into your classroom. Don't just do worksheets all the time. Add some group activities, drama, games, computer activities, media, and more activities.

   
How can I help my sub?

Subs

Make sure lesson plans are clearly understandable for when you have a sub.

   
How can I keep lessons together?

Binder

Keep a binder with all your lessons in it. You can have different binders for each subject.

   
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