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How do you spell TV?", "Are you a grandpa or an aunt?" Funny
questions? You bet! And who asked them? Kids in elementary
schools! They ask questions like these when I've been a substitute
teacher, and that's one thing among many others that make substitute
teaching so enjoyable.

Everyday that I sub, I tell kids that I believe that substitute teaching is
the most fun job in the world: It's never boring, it's always
challenging, and it's full of surprises. Plus, you get to make an impact
on kids' lives. I've substituted in middle school and high school but I
prefer teaching kindergarten to the fifth grade. This is my ninth year of
subbing so I've made a career out of being a guest teacher.

When I was laid off from being a manager in the aerospace industry,
I began substitute teaching but I only had one day of training. Having
no experience teaching kids, if I had read an informative book like
Substitute Teaching: The ABCs, it would have helped me to be a
better substitute teacher. The 80-page book takes readers
step-by-step through the typical school day, from arriving at the
school's bus-filled parking lot to checking out of the office at the end
of the day. It has tricks of the trade, tips, suggestions, ideas, advice,
procedures, classroom management, and everything that a subsitute
teacher needs to know, including Subfinder which may be how sub
jobs are found in your school district.

I've taught Special Ed, Spanish, PE, Art, Vocal Music, Library,
Reading, Language Arts, History, Math, Social Studies, JROTC,
Technology, Science, Band, Resource, and ESOL (English as a
Second Language). I've also subbed in classes with kids who are
gifted, autistic, have ADD, ADHD, ECD (Early Childhood
Disabililty), OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder), bi-polar,
dyslexic, Asperger's Syndrome, MR (mentally retarded) and TMR
(Trainable Mentally Retarded). In addition to teaching grades K-12,
I've also subbed in Pre-K. I was even asked to sub long-tern for a
deaf class even though I don't know ASL (American Sign Language).

Now that I've taught in 3 school districts and 62 schools for 369
different teachers and over 14,000 kids, I believe I can teach you
how to be a successful substitute teacher in Substitute Teaching:
The ABCs for only $1.99. You can buy my book at Clickbank
which accepts all major credit cards and PayPal. Immediately after
payment, a page will appear with your credit card verification
number. Complete your order, download the file, and save it to your
hard drive under a name you can remember where you can read it in
a PDF format.

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