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Edward Blishen noted in his diary that 'the primary need is not education, but decent surroundings'. You can't do anything about these, but you can be aware of them, and take them into consideration when children behave badly or when they behave well. 29 LIST 30 Some activities for children during these waiting moments o Put poetry books around the room, and ask the children to find three poems they like, and to read them to each other. o The same with art books. , and discuss with each other why they like them.

Many a private enthusiasm - folk dancing, learning Spanish, playing blues guitar - could enliven an after-school club. Or a lesson, come to that. O Sum up briefly your answer to the question, What is education for? O Or, Define the purpose of teaching. For one answer, see the last words in this book. Another is from the educationist Lawrence Stenhouse: 'the purpose of education is to make us freer and more creative' (An Introduction to Curriculum Design and Development). ' For example: o Do you encourage educational visits in this school?

It is very bad form to turn down a job after you've been offered it. 18 LIST Questions they may ask you jTjl Have answers prepared for these questions: o What do you think of the latest legislation? ) o What is your weakest subject? o What will you do to become stronger in it? o How do you deal with disruption? o Have you had experience with children with dyslexia/autism/ Asperger's syndrome? Tell us about it. o What will you bring to this school that's unique to you? o Your present school is in a very different area from this one.

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