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How to Teach By Phil Beadle,

  • Title: How to Teach
  • Author: Phil Beadle
  • ISBN: 9781845903930
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fluent, accessible and at times laugh out loud hilarious, How to Teach is the ultimate, and ultimately irreverent look at what you should be doing in your classroom if you want to be the best teacher you can possibly be Phil Beadle, star of UK Channel 4 s Unteachables and Can t Read Can t Write, and former Secondary School Teacher of the Year and Guardian Education ColuFluent, accessible and at times laugh out loud hilarious, How to Teach is the ultimate, and ultimately irreverent look at what you should be doing in your classroom if you want to be the best teacher you can possibly be Phil Beadle, star of UK Channel 4 s Unteachables and Can t Read Can t Write, and former Secondary School Teacher of the Year and Guardian Education Columnist, outlines everything a newly qualified teacher needs to know in order to be an immediate success in the classroom The book includes a substantial section on every new teacher s biggest concern behavior management, as well as giving tips on various teaching methods lesson planning assessment ways of organizing the classroom and how to motivate students to get the absolute best out of them.
    How to Teach Fluent accessible and at times laugh out loud hilarious How to Teach is the ultimate and ultimately irreverent look at what you should be doing in your classroom if you want to be the best teacher

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    1. I ve recently begun my NQT year and found this book really inspiring Phil Beadle tells it pretty much how it is He makes you feel less inadequate about being a mere human and not having the time to be your very best for every lesson At times this year the thought has crossed my mind that perhaps I m just not cut out for teaching but this book makes you realise that it s completely normal to feel like that especially in your first year teaching I read this book on and off due to simply not having [...]

    2. Phil Beadle is one amazing man He is well known for his books on teaching, and his documentaries in which he transforms the lives of pupils through his teaching skills I started this book when I first began my teacher training I stopped reading when the workload got too much I left the profession after 3 months, feeling overwhelmed I have just picked up and completed this book and I feel if I had read it sooner, I may have been able to keep going By sooner, I mean that if I had read the entirety [...]

    3. An absolutely cracking read I admire anyone who calls a spade a spade, and Beadle certainly doesn t pull any punches in saying exactly what he thinks about certain aspects of and slightly dodgy theories about education This book is funny, honest and well written.I can t comment on how useful this book is to those actually out there teaching, but for me it was very insightful In my line of work it is important to have an understanding of what teachers have to deal with in the classroom in that se [...]

    4. This book is practical and refreshing but that probably comes from being written by someone who s still a classroom teacher rather than a consultant sitting in an office preparing powerpoints.Very witty and informative and useful to classroom practice My copy is now scribbled all over and covered in post it notes.

    5. A very easy to read and entertaining yet helpful book For me the first few chapters contained the most useful ideas I am not in the UK teaching system and found some of the later information and ideas not quite relevant to my situation Having said this, I borrowed this book from the library but would find this a very useful book to own and would refer back to it.

    6. Excellent I m not even a teacher, but I felt I learnt loads just by reading this book If all teachers took these lessons to heart, we d have a much better world.

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