Whole-Class Teaching: Minilessons and More
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Whole-Class Teaching: Minilessons and More

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No matter your style of teaching, at critical moments throughout the school day it's most effective to teach everyone at once. "Whole-Class Teaching" offers learning-centered ways to maximize entire-class instruction by creating energizing, engaging teaching that everyone will find useful. Whether you're stepping into your first classroom or you've taught for years, "Whole...more
Paperback, 129 pages
Published January 29th 2008 by Heinemann Educational Books
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Nina
I have to remember this book in February, when I hate life and my job.

My favorite quote:

"However, some teachers become trapped in the daily struggle-they cannot extract themselves from the mountainous paperwork, or petty student bickering, or the weight of negative school culture. Life drags them down everyday."

i.e.: me

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