Tips for when you teach your first PSHE lesson, part 2

Faber, Krista
February 2012
British Journal of School Nursing;Feb2012, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p50
Academic Journal
The article offers tips in teaching Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) among school nurses. It says that in using a lesson plan, unnecessary information must be removed, however the teacher must be also prepared to repeat to herself with the detailed explanation of the task to be given to students. It states that while the students are busy with the activity, the teacher may walk around and check some developments. It adds that enough time must also be given for the teacher's plenary.


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