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Lesson Plans


substitute teaching

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Lydia West (LydiaWest)
Sat, 17 Jan 1998 09:45:06 EST


Having just completed my degree in art ed., I am now preparing to sub at all
levels, k-12. I'm looking for any ideas anyone has - good activites to use
when there are no lesson plans left (or when they finish early), discipline
strategies that really work (preferably avoiding sending the student out),
etc. Also, as regular classroom teachers yourselves, what has tended to
impress/annoy you about things different subs have done? I guess it's just
that I've had some people tell me that they didn't mind subbing that much or
even enjoyed it, but I've had many more say they just hated it. I want to
know how it can be as enjoyable as possible!

Thanks for responding to a "pre-service" teacher who can't wait to become
"regular"!

Lydia West


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