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Get your students engaged in active learning by providing choice, making connections to real life, employing strategic seating, and focusing on positive reinforcement.
"You're just making me angry. I want to go to my counselor." It's not everyday that I experience insubordination and I've never before had a student actually ask to get written up. That is, until Jerry did last Tuesday.
Teacher advisor Justin Lim explains how he uses student groups during the brainstorming, content analyzing, and editing phases of the writing process.
Although no sub is going to be able to run your class as well as you are, here are five tips that will help your students to stay productive.