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The Teaching Assistant’s Guide to the Basic Course

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9780534567781

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0534567789
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Pub. Date:
8/31/2000
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

Written by Katherine G. Hendrix, University of Memphis. This guidebook is designed for the new Communication teacher. Based on leading communication teacher training programs, the guide covers general teaching and course management topics as well as specific strategies for communication instruction. For example; providing effective feedback on performance, managing sensitive class discussions, and conducting mock interviews.

Table of Contents

Preface
An Overview of Graduate Teaching
Surviving the First Week of Classes
Designing a Syllabus
Knowing Yourself as a Person/Classroom Teacher
Strategies for Non-Native English Speaking GTAs
Lecturing and Group Discussion
Grading Oral Performance
Discipline and Motivation
Record-Keeping
The Rewards of Self-Assessment
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