Lessons in Your Rucksack


    This is an exciting new practical guide for newly-qualified teachers and teachers embarking on a gap year. What to do when faced with your first class in a new school in a new country - but with no resources, no books and no lesson plans. This book is packed with ideas, tips and advice on how to construct and manage lessons with nothing more than the basics...in your rucksack. A pack of cards, pens, maps, string, all play a part. It includes real-life advice and stories from teachers and student-teachers about their experiences of teaching around the world. This is the perfect book for anyone working towards their first teacher's qualification, such as a Cert.TESOL or CELTA.

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    Number of Pages: 208
    Format(s): Spiral bound - ISBN: 9781898789147 / Ebook - ISBN: 9781908066909
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    Listed in: Teaching theory & methods
    Publishers: KEYWAYS PUBLISHING LTD, Pavilion Publishing

    Books by John Hughes

    Spiral bound

    RRP: £12.95

    Total: £12.95

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    Ebook (ePub)

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