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Lesson Plans


Re: interview know how

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The Austin's (whest177)
Tue, 7 Dec 1999 22:38:04 -0600


The clincher for me in my interview years ago was when the superintendant
asked me what exactly I would teach the students, and I pulled out a photo
album I had put together of my students artwork, complete with lesson plans
to go with them. They didn't spend any time reading the lesson plans, but
did look at the photos, and commented on how prepared I was (hehe, little
did THEY know!) - I'm really as disorganized as they come! *L*
Michal
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Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 1999 9:46 PM
Subject: Re: interview know how

> Noooo! Please no phony jargon!!!! Be natural and be yourself. Smile. Be
> friendly. Show photographs, lesson plans, ideas, things you've done as a
> leader, or some grant writing, etc. All of your good work will speak for
> itself. Don't talk too much. Answer a question in less than 3
sentences.
> Good luck!
> BT
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