Presents 178 suggestions to help first, second, and third grade teachers maximize their effectiveness in small classes and 151 tips to aid them in coping with and succeeding in large classrooms. Drawn from the experiences of current and former teachers, the suggestions are categorized by section: language arts, mathematics, science/social studies, continuing activities, media, school resources, teacher work time, classroom space, classroom management, child development, special help, and family involvement. Original.Practical Tips for Teaching Small and Large Primary Grade Classes Catherine Blakemore. 3. Comic Strip with the beginning, the middle, and the ending, each represented by four pictures 4. Rainbow which combined the visual and the written with clouds showing the setting, plot, etc. 5. ... Mini-book with summary written on the bottom third of the pages and illustrations drawn on the tops The third graders would select their types of report, but could not choose the same one all the time.
|Title||:||How Big is Your Class?|
|Publisher||:||Adams Pomeroy Press - 2004|