Publisher description for The substitute teaching survival guide : emergency lesson plans and essential advice : grades K-5 / John Dellinger.

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An essential resource for the overwhelmed and under-prepared substitute teacher
While most books for substitute teachers offer suggestions for classroom management, this volume provides an even more important resource: over 80 ready-to-use emergency lesson plans for language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science arranged by grade level. With 155 useful suggestions and a daily outline of activities, the book is an essential tool for both the novice and the experienced substitute teacher. This guide offers substitute teachers in K-5 key information that will make the difference between a good day of teaching and a complete disaster.
John Dellinger (Lakewood, CO) is a retired Denver public school teacher who taught for 28 years at the middle and high school levels. He received the Distinguished Teaching Award and is the author of The Substitute Teaching Survival Guide, Grades 6-12 (0-7879-7411-0).

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Substitute teachers.
Effective teaching.
Lesson planning.
Classroom management.