Primary teachers have always been required to master a wealth of
knowledge and professional skills and recent debate has led to
pressure for even higher levels of competence. E. C. Wragg's book
provides a comprehensive guide to the skills needed by today's
primary teachers. Separate chapters cover such central demands of
the job as explaining new topics, asking stimulating questions and
working with a new class. There is also a chapter devoted to the
particular problems of supply teachers.
Based on extensive research in classrooms over the past three
years," Primary Teaching Skills" will enlighten and entertain both
student and novice teachers and their more experienced colleagues
at all stages of their professional development. It is a valuable
text for undergraduates, academics and professionals in primary
education, as well as school officials and policy workers.
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