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What teachers can"t do

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Published by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teachers -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    Details the many things that teachers cannot do, from buying their own apples to going down the tube slide at recess.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Douglas Wood ; pictures by Doug Cushman.
    GenreFiction.
    ContributionsCushman, Doug, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.W84738 Wj 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3953019M
    ISBN 100689846444
    LC Control Number2001049904
    OCLC/WorldCa48084246


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Douglas Wood and illustrator Doug Cushman (creators of What Moms Can't Do and What Dads Can't Do) pay tribute to teachers in their latest feel-good dinosaur picture book, told from a child's perspective.

The adorable illustrations expertly capture early classroom life, from eraser-clapping-induced chalk clouds to finger-painting projects gone awry/5(15). “If I had to recommend just one book to middle and secondary teachers working to support struggling readers, this would have to be the book.

When Kids Cant Read, What Teachers Can Do is a comprehensive handbook filled with practical strategies that teachers of all subjects can use to make reading skills transparent and accessible to by: Douglas Wood is the author of A Quiet Place as well as the New York Times bestselling Can’t Do books Old Turtle and Old Turtle and the Broken Truth were both international lives in a cabin in the woods of Minnesota.

A studied naturalist, Douglas shares his knowledge of nature as a wilderness ed on: J What teachers can't do. [Douglas Wood; Doug Cushman] -- Details the many things that teachers cannot do, from buying their own apples to going down the tube slide at recess.

This hilarious picture book is about all the things teachers can't do: Teachers can't ride a scooter to school and they can't buy their own apples or chew gum in class. What a teacher can do and can't do.

A Teachers are advised not to take a pupil's possessions by force but to report the incident. A more serious penalty should then be. There are lots of things that regular people can do, but teachers can't.

Teachers can't ride a bike or scooter to school. And they can never be tardy. Teachers can't buy their own apples. And they can't teach their best without flowers on their desk.

But first they really need some help cleaning the blackboard. And the erasers. It's a wonder they come back to school at all!/5. Get this from a library. What teachers can't do. [Douglas Wood; Doug Cushman] -- Details the many things that teachers cannot do, from buying their own apples to going down the tube slide at recess.

For Kylene Beers, the question of what to do when kids can't read surfaced abruptly in when she began teaching. That year, she discovered that some of the students in her seventh-grade language arts classes could pronounce all the words, but couldn't make any sense of the text/5.

If I had to recommend just one book to middle and secondary teachers working to support struggling readers, this would have to be the book. When Kids Can’t Read, What Teachers Can Do is a comprehensive handbook filled with practical strategies that teachers of all subjects can use to make reading skills transparent and accessible to adolescents.

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When Kids Cant Read, What Teachers Can Do is a comprehensive handbook filled with practical strategies that teachers of all subjects can use to make reading skills transparent and accessible to : Kylene Beers. Following in the tradition of What Fathers Can't Do () and What Mothers Can't Do (), Wood moves on to present a tongue-in-cheek look at the shortcomings of teachers.

It is well-known that teachers are not allowed to be tardy and that they cannot ride skateboards to school, but readers might be surprised to discover that teachers cannot buy their own apples or that they "can't teach.

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The teacher’s book, however, provides all this information, along with lots of ways in which to present the material, and a wealth of games and activities are often provided in a separate section at the back of the book.

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And that was the year she met a boy named George/5(6). What Else Can a Teacher Do. is an interesting and reassuring book which considers the common issues that teachers (and other people) face during their careers.

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Here’s a lovely minefield for us to gaily waltz through - physical contact with students. Most teachers are uneasy about the thought of having to physically handle their pupils; the problem that arises from this is that we often overreact.

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