Tip 1: Take a broad approach.
Tip 2: When teaching different age groups, teach the same subject at different levels.
Tip 3: Organize yourself- consider using a composition notebook
or binder as a planning tool.
Recommendation: Usborne & Kingfisher books.
Tip 4: Tab It Out!
Tip 5: Help your student gain a global world view- teach about various countries and
cultures to help your student understand context.
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