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This review is from: Pimp your Lesson!: Prepare, Innovate, Motivate and Perfect (Continuum Practical Teaching Guides) (Paperback)
I am a student teacher and I bought the book cause the front cover looked interesting, something different. It is great for explaining about lesson plans and all the essential aspects that should be in them. It also has some good ideas, hints and tips to keep the children motivated during those ten minutes when everyone finishes there work early and your fed up handing out those same old word searches. This book definitely holds your hand all the way whilst writing out your first lesson plan-and once you have the template saved on you computer i would be amazed if anyone went back to there scribbled notes. Definitely worth buying for anyone unsure what a perfect lesson plan should be like!!!
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Initial post: 14 Nov 2010 13:09:44 GMT
Laura Dean says:
I feel horrible writing this, but you do know the difference between there / their and you're/your, don't you? If you're planning to be a teacher, it will be embarrassing to get this wrong in front of children.
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