Would someone explain how this has worked in your experience? I've accepted a reading teacher position either 4th or 5th grade. The testing grades are all split. Reading, math, science/social studies and writing. How does this look during the week? A friend explained her experience in a class A-D and a rotating schedule but it was confusing. I'm excited and I know it will be a challenge. I struggle keeping track of 2 classes data, having to hold onto tests, bubble sheets, RTI folders, etc so however many classes this will be WILL be a challenge but a great career experience. I thought about how I won't have a colleuge to gleam information and lesson planning ideas on with everyone on the teach teaching something diffrecent but I know I'll mesh with the with science because much of science is reading. Reading is my forte so to exclusively teach reading and not have to mess with writing and all that jazz sounds heavenly. How does this work Monday through Friday. Do I technically have a homeroom? What does this look like? How do students handle this as far as routines and procedures. It sounds like middle school but in elementary they're still so immature so can they really handle that many management styles successfully?