1. You’re new to teaching Less experienced teachers will find this a useful and practical introduction to working with teenage students.
2. You need some ideas More experienced teachers in search of new ideas will find good, practical activities and techniques here.
3. You’re struggling with teens This book does more than provide classroom ideas: it aims to help teachers better understand teenagers, and to empathise with some of the issues that teenagers have in the classroom.
4. You’ve never taught teens before Experienced teachers who are about to work with teenagers for the first time will get a sense of the unique challenge posed by teenage classes.
5. You read on the run Teachers who need something bite-sized that they can dip into between classes will appreciate the format of the book.
6. You’re looking for staff room discussion-starters Senior teachers and heads of department can select units of the book to kick-start staff room conversations, peer collaboration and idea-sharing among colleagues.
7. You want something that works The ideas in the book are designed to be simple, effective and down-to-earth.
8. You haven’t got much time to prepare lessons Most of the practical ideas and activities in this book are straightforward and need little or no preparation.
9. You enjoy teaching This book is written for teachers who love teaching, and who want their lessons to be memorable and enjoyable – both for their students and themselves.
10. You’re curious about other teachers’ experiences with teens The author has spent many years working with teenagers, thinking about the teenage classroom and discussing teaching with colleagues.
The book is a culmination of that process.
|Place Of Publication:||United Kingdom|
|Published:||30 Aug 2018|