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SUBSTITUTES/TEACHER TIPS
Emergency Substitute Plans

Submitted by: Cindy Berenter
From: Mesa, AZ
Date Submitted: September 15, 2001

As a teacher, I always felt terrible if I was too ill to come in to prepare plans for an absence, leaving my sub in a lurch. I prepared an entire binder, labeled with "Emergency Substitute Plans" and divided it into the areas of Reading, Writing, Math and so on. Instructions, paper, and even extra copies are all included. I never use these plans myself, so the class won't complain, "We did this already!". Also, there is a section called "time-fillers" if they need to fill 10-15 minutes of time.

This gives me peace of mind, and I make sure to announce to my class every year WHERE this is kept (on top of my filing cabinet) in case the sub needs ideas in a hurry and doesn't know where to turn!

     
 

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