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The Emergency Teacher

The Inspirational Story of a New Teacher in an Inner City School

by Christina Asquith

  • 224 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Skyhorse Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography And Autobiography,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Educators,
  • Biography & Autobiography / Educators,
  • WALL CALENDARS - PETS/ANIMALS WALL,
  • Classroom management,
  • First year teachers,
  • Middle school teachers,
  • Pennsylvania,
  • Philadelphia

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMark Bowden (Foreword), Harry Wong (Introduction)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12554528M
    ISBN 101602391939
    ISBN 109781602391932
    OCLC/WorldCa157022793

    Emergency Room. Packed with suspense and edge-of-the-seat excitement, this gripping drama takes readers into the heart of a city's hospital and the "war zone" called the emergency room as seen through the eyes of two teenage volunteers. The Emergency Book. 2K likes. Education. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a ers: 2K.

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The Emergency Teacher by Christina Asquith Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Emergency Teacher: The Inspirational Story of a New Teacher in an Inner City School Hardcover The Emergency Teacher book Novem by/5(37). As someone who is a young educator, I can identify with many of the things Asquith mentions in her book: the triumphs, the troubles, and the hope for the future.

However, Asquith nobly put herself in a extremely hard position: that of an emergency teacher in inner-city Philadelphia/5. With a foreword by bestselling author Mark Bowden and an introduction by award-winning educator Dr. Harry K. Wong, The Emergency Teacher will inspire every teacher—be they first-timers or experienced professionals—to make a difference/5(36).

The Emergency English Teacher contains an extensive collection of tried and tested activities and games which can be used in any ESL/EFL classroom.

Most English teachers don’t just teach one age group or ability level and the book reflects this by containing ideas that are suitable for all levels of students, from young beginners to competent speakers/5(19).

The Emergency Teacher: The Inspirational Story of a New Teacher in an Inner City School Christina Asquith, Author, Mark Bowden, Foreword by, Harry K. Wong, Introduction by foreword by Mark Bowden. THE EMERGENCY ENGLISH TEACHER: Quick and Easy ESL, TESL TEFOL Games and Activities - Kindle edition by Scraggs, David M.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading THE EMERGENCY ENGLISH TEACHER: Quick and Easy ESL, TESL TEFOL /5(19).

When year-old Christina Asquith becomes an untrained "emergency-certified" teacher in Philadelphia's toughest school, she learns the true meaning of "making a difference," in this hard-hitting, Read more. The Emergency Teacher is a different kind of story.

The author, Christine Asquith, a journalist, with no training in education, describes her year as an “emergency” teacher in a Philadelphia public school. The introduction states that this book is “an excellent new-teacher training tool.”. In Christina’s book, The Emergency Teacher, which she wrote to document her dismal experience, she notes that “by the time school started, one in ten teachers had wandered off the street and been handed classroom keys.” “They were directed to the most troubled schools, and when September started they stood in front of their classrooms.

Announcing the National Emergency Library, a temporary collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.

Learn more. The Emergency Teacher is Christina Asquith's moving firsthand account of her year spent teaching in one of Philadelphia's worst schools. Told with striking humor and honesty, her story begins when the School District of Philadelphia, faced with 1, teacherless classrooms, instituted a policy of hiring “emergency certified" teachers to fill the void.

Highly recommend this to any lower grade level teacher. flag Like see review. Gervy rated it really liked it. Shelves: toddler-ageto My 21 month old son really likes this book, which depicts various emergency scenarios (pleasantly sanitized for toddlers, of course) and their corresponding emergency vehicles.

flag Like /5. Learn amazing facts about their awesome vehicles like mountain rescue trucks, ambulances, and more. Bursting with stunning photographs, fun facts, mini comics, building ideas, and stickers, Emergency. is the perfect book for any young reader.

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Erin Messinger and Carrisa Belonio's project for class on the book "THE EMERGENCY TEACHER" by Christina Asquith. The emergency teacher: the inspirational story of a new teacher in an inner-city school. Synopsis Fire.

Fire. - Emergency. Fire Engines racing all the way. Hoses slooshing, water swooshing. Help is coming - it's on the way. It's all action in this noisy: busy book of emergency vehicles; full of fire engines, police cars, ambulances, lifeboats, breakdown trucks, rescue helicopters /5(88).

Many teachers can relate to Christina’s situation as a brand new, first year teacher. The rest of the story of her experience teaching in the Philadelphia schools can be found in Christina’s just released book, The Emergency Teacher, (). Yes, she found a publisher and she has graciously allowed us to share with you an excerpt from the book.

5 Emergency Bingo game (30–40 minutes) In the Teacher’s Resource Pack you will find a set of 13 Emergency Bingo Cards and a Bingo Board. Make a copies for every student in the class. The Teacher is very much about good V evil, I never expected to have any sympathy for a killer that could do such awful things to other people, but I did, as to the reasons why, well I’m not about to giveaway spoilers so you will just have to read the book and see.

Although I enjoyed The Teacher I did find it a slightly disappointing read, I 4/5(K).Different types of vehicles that are used to respond to emergencies and the special equipment used by the emergency workers, help take care of everything from f.

Teachers. Teachers Home Lessons and Ideas Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs Scholastic Education.Three years after The Summer of the Swans earned Betsy Byars the Newbery Medal, The 18th Emergency was published, a much less famous novel that also features quirky characters and a subtle story you have to work to get your arms around.

Sixth-grader Benjie "Mouse" Fawley faces impending doom when Marv Hammerman, a huge brute of a kid, pursues him after school/5.