Skills for Successful Teaching by Sara Freeman Barbara Allman

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2. What resources will you need? List any books, magazines, or other sources you may use, including people you may need to contact. Steps to Take 3. What technical assistance will you require? List people who may be able to help you and in what way. 4. Who is your target audience? List the people who will see the project and those who will judge it. 5. What materials or special equipment will you need? 6. How do you envision the appearance of the final display? Draw a sketch. Your enthusiasm plays a vital role in making the planning process go smoothly.

Start a pen-pal program with another class. • Invite students to create a mural showing the setting of a work to use as a backdrop for reading the work aloud. WRITING ACTIVITIES Writing Every piece of writing should have a purpose, such as to inform, persuade, describe, or entertain. Try these activities to teach and inspire your students to write: Creative Writing • Help your students learn to sequence ideas. Assign a partner to each student. Give the pair a copy of a paragraph in which the sentences are written separately in mixed sequence.

Accept every suggestion—zany ones, too. • Continue until there are many ideas—the more the better! • Piggyback ideas—one idea sparks another. When you have a long list of ideas, review each one to determine if it should be considered or eliminated. Make notes beside some, cross out some, and circle any that seem to be of particular interest. Example: weather—may be too broad gravity—not very practical Why do leaves change color? Webbing: Another way for students to develop ideas is to create a web—a graphic representation of topics and subtopics that relate to a main topic.

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