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It was sad at times and hard to believe at times but do not let that stray you away from teaching.
One of the saddest facts exposed in this documentary is that teachers are harsh, intolerant and lacks the ability to provide positive reinforcements/feedback.
If you're considering becoming a teacher, I would definitely recommend buying this movie to get a realistic idea of what you're getting into.
This documentary takes place in a school district of South Central Los Angeles, a part of the city with high diversity; it addresses the early stages of 5 recently graduated... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Kevin Leor
The First Year (2001) directed by Davis Guggenheim is a very realistic documentary. It can be hard to watch for some people because of the content. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Patrice Taft
This documentary showed some troubles that a few teachers encountered in their first years teaching. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Stacey
The First Year is about a group of teachers who are teaching for the first time. These specific teachers are teaching in inner city schools that don't have a lot of money and the... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Aly
This was an EXCELLENT video because it showed the real world events of a teacher's first year. A new teacher could learn a lot from the video and it would be interesting to watch.Published on February 5, 2012 by MentorT
Material is dated! Teachers do experience the same
frustrations. I guess when I purcahsed the product
I didn't realize that it was already ten years + old.
This documentary is a real testimony to the problems in inner city schools. Though not its premise, it exposed a real problem. Read morePublished on July 2, 2010 by M. Mundy
Not what I expected. The video runs very slow, which makes it difficult to watch for an extended period of time.Published on August 14, 2009 by Pili