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Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by nickcrewdson, May 3, 2012.

  1. Hi,
    I am starting my PGCE in Bedford in September (rock on!) and I am just looking some good books to read before I start to give me a bit of a leg up. can anyone suggest any good oness please?
    I heard that 'getting the b*ggers to behave' is a good one. any others please?
    Thanks very much
    Nick
     
  2. Hi,
    I am starting my PGCE in Bedford in September (rock on!) and I am just looking some good books to read before I start to give me a bit of a leg up. can anyone suggest any good oness please?
    I heard that 'getting the b*ggers to behave' is a good one. any others please?
    Thanks very much
    Nick
     
  3. I've just got "getting the *** to behave" and "how to survive your first year in teaching" also by Sue Cowley. I've also got "the lazy teacher's handbook" and "how to teach" by Phil Beadle. The latter is a really nice book.
     

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