From L to J ????

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  1. jsg

    jsg New Member

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    I have an interview tomorrow, and I'm a little rusty. I have been a stay at home mom for the last eight years. Went back as a sub after the holidays last year. Have been told that I need to know about L to J. Can anyone help. Thanks, Jamie
     
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    Sorry, Can't tell you much about L to J, but I can tell you that it helps if you shake thier hands and introduce yourself right away. Don't wait for them to do it. Good Luck! :)
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    Thanks. The one good thing is that I already know the principal, because it is the school where I did my substitute work.
     
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    czacza Multitudinous

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    Could it be book levels?
     
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    Check out the site that Amanda posted and read through it. Let the principal know that you do not have any experience with the program but you have read about it and are eager to use it. Don't lie and say that you know how to use it, it may backfire. I glanced at the site and it does look like a very useful program.
     
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    Thanks to you all. I printed off general idea from the web site. So at least I know what it is. I hope it will help. Any more advice for the interview. It is for a 3rd grade position.
     
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    I know with my township, and city, guided reading/literature circles are big topics. Additionally, whatever the writing program is, get acquainted with that. Our district it is 6 + 1 traits and writer's workshop. After the interview, send a thank you card, and since you've subbed in the building, correlate the school expectations with your answers. Good luck!
     
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    Gee Amanda. That was a learning moment for me. Thanks.
     

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