This is lesson 7 in the research unit. I teach this lesson after students have completed most of their research and have taken most of their notes. It's important for students to know their topics well so that they can complete the required tasks in this lesson. In this lesson, I teach students how to compose an essential question and generate a working thesis using a modified version of Jim Burke's Thesis Generator from What's the Big Idea? Jim graciously allows teachers to use the template for classroom use.
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Classes have ended for the summer at public schools across the United States, but a sizable share of teachers are still hard at work at second jobs outside the classroom. Among all public elementary and secondary school teachers in the U. This makes teachers about three times as likely as U. Multiple jobholders have made up a small but steady portion of the U. Certain groups of teachers are more likely than others to work a summer job outside the school system, including those with less teaching experience and who are younger — groups that tend to have lower salaries. Male teachers and teachers at the secondary level also are more likely than their female and primary level counterparts to take additional work outside of the classroom, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of NCES data for the school year, the most recent year with available data.
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Mandy Hudson teaches pupils whose first language is not English at Ellen Wilkinson school for girls in Ealing, west London. We really want those pupils to meet their potential and to do that I have to put in hours I am not paid for," Hudson says. Hudson says the pupil premium is being used to help children whose first language is not English, but it doesn't nearly cover the staffing costs her school requires.
In , as teacher protests were sweeping the country, TIME spoke with several teachers who described how wage stagnation and budget cuts were affecting their lives, forcing them to take on second jobs and spend hundreds of dollars of their own money on school supplies or preventing them from being able to afford children of their own. Oklahoma teachers did get a pay increase, which was awesome. It had really felt paycheck-to-paycheck, and now I am able to save, and budgeting feels much less stressful.