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by Jane A Kearns

eBook Where to Begin: A Guide to Teaching Secondary English download ISBN: 0867094060
Author: Jane A Kearns
Publisher: Heinemann (February 17, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 143
ePub: 1165 kb
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Category: Educ
Subcategory: Schools and Teaching

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This is a book about teaching not just as a profession, but as a craft. Collected over a period of thirty-four years, Jane Kearn's stories and strategies show how she evolved as both a teacher and learner. She states, "Writing Process. isn't a fad. It is a living thing, a tool for learning and making sense of our life

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Geared towards new teachers who need models of practice, or seasoned teachers who want to revise their writing and literature programme, this is a book about teaching as a craft, not just a profession. Topics include preparing for day one, the writing and literature connection, and grading.

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Teaching ENGLISH English is still considered one of the most important school subjects and therefore beginning .

Teaching ENGLISH English is still considered one of the most important school subjects and therefore beginning teachers can find the responsibility of teaching it both exciting and challenging. This handbook provides a comprehensive introduction to teaching the subject in primary and secondary schools. Many of the contributors are practising classroom teachers with enormous experience to draw on.

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This book would be entertaining simply as the story of how Jessie, then a schoolteacher . Each year I take a few days before our school year begins and go through the various chapters. It truly has become a guide for me.

This book would be entertaining simply as the story of how Jessie, then a schoolteacher, decided to teach Susan, who now teaches literature at the College of William and Mary, at home―pulling her and brother Bob out of school in 1973 when home-schooling did not have social acceptance and explicit legal sanction. As my kids get older, I appreciate all the help on the chapters that pertain to the upper grades.

This is a book about teaching not just as a profession, but as a craft. Collected over a period of thirty-four years, Jane Kearn's stories and strategies show how she evolved as both a teacher and learner. Kearns shares ideas from educators who have influenced her, classroom observations, and most of all the trials and errors of discovering the true meaning of writing process. She states, "Writing Process . . . isn't a fad. It is a living thing, a tool for learning and making sense of our life."

Geared for new teachers who need models of outstanding practice or seasoned teachers who want to revise their writing and literature program, Where to Begin is both practical and reflective. Topics include:

getting ready for day one making learning accessible for all students the writing and literature connection writing and reading in different genres making the most of grading and word processing.

As a secondary English teacher for twenty years and, more recently, a district writing coordinator, Kearns brings a wealth of experience to her discussion. She invites readers to join in.