Making Minutes Count Even More: A Sequel to Every Minute Counts

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Dale Seymour Publications, 1986 - Education - 86 pages
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This sequel to Every Minute Counts supplies more methods for organizing yourself and your class daily, for the whole school year. Covers how to get started (and how not to), the art of questioning, tying an objective to past experiences, and guided practice, making this an invaluable teaching tool. Entertaining lists, a format for homework quizzes, notes on communicating with families, and activities for outside the classroom are also included.

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Richard Danson Brown and David Johnson are Lecturers in Literature at the Open University.

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