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ERIC Number: ED021953
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 51
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Reference Count: 0
Suggestions for Teaching Business Pupils of Different Ability Levels-with Special Emphasis on Pupils Experiencing Difficulty.
Thompson, Emily D.; And Others
Characteristics of pupils experiencing difficulty and the teacher's responsibilities for these young people are discussed. Suggested classroom procedures include--(1) Require business-like behavior of every pupil, (2) Select pupils to assist with routine class duties, (3) Organize seating charts and necessary clerical records, (4) Divide class into groups according to ability, (5) Plan lessons carefully with considerable allowance for flexibility and change in pace, and (6) Plan homework carefully with the pupil so that he knows what is expected. General considerations and suggested procedures for classroom instruction, developing new units of work, standards, texts, and school marks are presented. A general bibliography and special bibliographies for bookkeeping, introduction to business, office practice, shorthand, and typewriting are included. (PS)
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Authoring Institution: New York State Education Dept., Albany. Bureau of Business Education.