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Divide your board into three sections: (1) the left side for organizational points (date, objectives, instructions, homework); (2) the central and largest section for ongoing work that can be erased as the Class time is the lesson progresses; and (3) the right section most valuable for reference points which students need classroom resource. throughout the lesson. ● Begin class with “bell work,” which students begin as soon as they enter the room. Tasks may be related to the previous lesson or related to the lesson of the day.

It might mean owning a farm or marrying and having a family or getting a well-paying job. Once everyone understands both lists, you probably will see some differences. Perhaps there are some items on one chart that are not reflected on the other. 3. For each item on each chart, discuss what the parents would do to raise their children to have those characteristics. For example, if the children are expected to be independent as adults, they may be given opportunities to make some of their own decisions (like getting an allowance and being able to spend it the way they want or choosing what they want to eat in a restaurant).

On day two, greet students by name whenever possible and indicate they are to do the one-minute assignment you have written on the board as soon as they get to their seats. Learn every student’s name and something about each student as quickly as you can. Use nametags, getting-acquainted activities, and/or seating charts. It is easier to loosen than Tell students about yourself. it is to tighten. Teach subject content from day one. Keep lessons focused and doable —Peace Corps/Malawi for the length of the class.

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