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This new edition has been fully revised and updated. It now includes amended terminology and additional information on functional skills and legislation. Most people new to teaching require a good basic introduction to all the key aspects at an appropriate level. This text provides just that, being specifically targeted at those with little or no previous experience. It is appropriate for a range of course and a variety of settings including FE colleges, work-based learning and adult and community contexts. It is easy to read, with clear text and friendly presentation, and plenty of practical activities and case studies throughout.
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This book is essential reading for anyone wanting to become a tutor/teacher in the life long learning sector. It's written by a real tutor who works in the real world of adult education and training. Excellent. --Lecturer - Stephenson College
Simple to follow, key points about teaching and learning, clear guidance about preparing lessons. --Course Coordinator, Central Sussex College
Easy to follow, simple, clear examples, very concise. --Lecturer - Riverside College Halton
I have written this book (and others in the series) to help new or inexperienced teachers in the Lifelong Learning Sector. I felt there was a need for a book written in plain English by a person still teaching in the sector. There's not too much theory but lots of practical hints and tips to help. I appreciate some people have criticised my approach, however, there are many other higher level books available that can be chosen by those that are experienced teachers. I wish you all success with your teaching career.
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