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Perfect Phrases for Classroom Teachers: Hundreds of Ready-To-Use Phrases for Parent-Teacher Conferences, Report Cards, IEPs and Other School (Perfect Phrases)by Christine Wilson
Synopses & Reviews
Find the right words for report cards, parent-teacher conferences, and more
Written for teachers grades K through 12, Perfect Phrases for Classroom Teachers helps you find the right words that will communicate a students progress effectively and reveal his or her weaknesses without sounding negative. This book provides lists of words and phrases that convey difficult messages tactfully and with appropriate professionalism, and words and phrases that follow state standards and guidelines for permanent records.
A guide to help teachers fill out the all-important cumulative records that communicate progress to parents and record scholastic history for all students in grades K-12.
About the Author
Christine Canning Wilson is a teacher, certified in four areas between Pre-K and grade 12 in 38 reciprocal states. She has taught graduate level courses for teachers getting certified in methodology and curriculum reform, and is currently a professional development provider for the Massachusetts Department of Education. She has been the keynote speaker at educational conferences worldwide, and she has been chosen as one chairpersons of the international TESOL Conference for 2010 in Boston.
Table of Contents
SECTION ONE: DOCUMENTS
1:Personality and Attitude
2: Academic Achievement and Improvement
3: Work Habits and Homework
5: End-of-Year Comments
6: Special Education and IEP
SECTION TWO: MEETINGS/CONFERENCES
8: Dealing with Indifferent Parents
9: Dealing with Overbearing Parents
10: Dealing with Language Barriers Etc.
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