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Re: Substitute Lessons
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]John Bundy
Tue, 17 Nov 1998 17:44:54 -0500
I leave an art video with questions. The sub passes out copies of the
questions before starting video. Searching for the answers help students pay
attention to the video and they receive credit or no credit for the day.
Students also help me write questions the first time or two I show the video
when I'm there. The next year I have the questions for the sub to use. Works
well for me.....john bundy
From: Jasmine Preston <jdp30
To: artsednet <artsednet.edu
Date: Monday, November 16, 1998 10:04 PM
Subject: Substitute Lessons
>I am looking for suggestions for lessons to use with a substitute. We have
>a real shortage of subs in our district, so we never know who or even if
>when we're gone. My classes are 90 minutes long at high school. I am sure
>that the fewer materials the better. I have done plenty of sub plans
>before, I just seem to be drawing a blank. I just want a one day,
>completely contained, need-no-help-from-the-teacher lesson.