Push The Limits of Your Lesson Plans

Mama said there’d be days like this: You’re ready to start-up class after lunch and one of your littlest students is crying because one of your biggest students cut him in line. You’ve got two twelve-year-olds chattering like canaries on their cell phones; and one of your kids who you’re sure has Attention Deficit Hyper Activity Disorder is spreading the remainder of his lunch around on the floor mats in the corner of the room. All are a bit fidgety and tired after filling their bellies with lunch but you launch into your lesson anyway with only half of their full attention. That warrior spirit helps you soldier through those tough

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