Part of a second group of "Continuum One Hundred" titles to be published in March 2006. Training to become a teacher is one of the most gruelling aspects of a teacher's career. Not only do students have to prepare and teach lessons they also have to attend lectures, write assignments and apply for jobs. Many students become overwhelmed with the stress. Angella Cooze provides helpful advice on how to survive this tough initiation into teaching.
Angella Cooze is Lecturer in English Education at the University of Wales Swansea
1. PREPARING FOR YOUR TRAINING; 2. INTRODUCTION TO SCHOOL; 3. THE LESSON; 4. CLASS MANAGEMENT; 5. THE PASTORAL ROLE; 6. ASSESSMENT; 7. THE WIDER ROLE; 8. REVIEWING AND RECORDING YOUR PROGRESS; 9. THE HUNT BEGINS - LOOKING FOR EMPLOYMENT; 10. TIPS AND STRATEGIES; 11. BUT WHAT IS SPLD?" - A GLOSSARY OF TERMS.