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Tips Tip 1. Know your subject well. Tip 2. Be extremely organized. Tip 3. Promote your program. Tip 4. Love children. Tip 5. Stay fit so that you have plenty of energy because you will be on your feet all day. Tip 6. Be creative with supplies because money is always an issue in schools. Tip 7. Integrate the natural environment into your art lessons as children are fascinated with nature and its inhabitants. Tip 8. Remember that all other subjects are inherent in visual art, so you will be teaching the whole child.

52 First- and SecondGrade Reading Teacher Notable Quote: ―There are really great parents, of course, and they'll support you in anything you do. ” Education AGS, General Studies BS, Education MA, Education Teaching Environment I work for a school system in Virginia. Previous Experience I baby-sat, worked at day-care centers and worked as a substitute teacher Job Description and Insights I am a first- and second-grade language arts and social studies teacher. I start my morning off with twenty-seven first graders.

I make notes about the lessons if something went well or how I need to change it if needed for the following year. At the end of the day I bring home a bag with things I need to do before the next day. I read my lesson for math, phonics, writing, and read and write up questions for reading groups. Then I'm ready for the next day. Best and Worst Parts The best part of teaching is seeing how the students progress and make leaps and bounds throughout the year. There are some days I feel great about my day and there are days that I know I need to make changes in the lesson or in the way I present materials.

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