I have grown a lot in language arts and have become more successful and I hope I can become better and better each year and achieve most of my goals. Since I am hardworking and I will continue to push myself to become a better reader and writer. I have learned in the past a lot about my literacy journey and it 's far from over. I still have a lot
ENG-122 Reflective Essay My writing process has changed tremendously over the course of this class. I feel more accomplished, confident and I feel sometimes that my ideas and thoughts just come in to my mind out of nowhere and I start writing about anything now. I pay attention to my punctuation and grammar more as I have polished them more now, not only when I write but then others write as well. I am constantly looking for errors and I highly think this is helping me a lot in my career.
Katharine Briggs and Isabel Myers developed this assessment to help people understand themselves better as well as those around them. (Myers, 1998). Currently, the MBTI Assessment is seen as the most popular personality assessment used not only for counseling sessions but by corporations, large and small, that want to create more effective teams. The assessment is easy to complete and comprehend; however the struggle is to put the lessons learned into practice. By incorporating the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, faculty can layer this assessment with Socialization and Jablin’s Model of Organizational Assimilation (1987, 2001) to help develop and increase student retention/involvement in the classroom.
Creative Curriculum 1. Select and identify TWO concepts presented in the video you find significant as an early educator and explain why you selected these concepts (7 descriptive/detailed sentences) In the Creative Curriculum video, I noticed the schedule they kept was far more regimented then the other types of preschools. The planning and preparation the teachers put into their classrooms lesson plans were well thought out and specific. Every moment of the day seems to be planned and each activity is designed with a specific purpose in mind.
Techniques such as scaling allow counselors and clients to determine whether a problem is mild or severe, by asking the client to identify the severity of the issue. This is tremendously helpful because it may help a student gain insight into certain problems. Solution talk is also a tremendous factor because students need a great sense of uplifting and optimism. One of my favorite concepts used in brief therapy is “The miracle question.” This allows student’s to conceptualize and work out plans ahead of time as well throughout therapy sessions.
All skills apart from the academic ones which are important to being a good teacher and demonstrates my willingness to go the extra mile. Studying and working in education has shown me that it is a challenging and rewarding career, but I believe my track record of dedication and hard work in both elements suggests that I can meet its demands. My commitment to providing a first-rate education for any child has seen me strive to gain as many additionally useful skills as
Now, I know more English and can understand around 80% of what people are saying. I feel amazed at my accomplishments, but still, strive to be better. By taking ownership of my own education, I now know how to defend myself. This challenge helped me realize that there are people who are in the same situation as I am and I want to help those people who do not understand English. Currently, I am an ESL mentor for freshman students at Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School.
I have improved vastly in certain areas of the class, such as constructing drafts, learning MLA documentation, and becoming familiar with my audience. I deserve to pass English 1121 because I have fulfilled all of the learning outcomes required for the course. My writing skills have improved enormously in this class. I have learned the importance of writing several drafts. Creating a rough draft and then simply changing a few things would then produce a poorly written paper.
Student A was able to come up with a story problem as well as solve a story problem. This showed that Student A had a strong understanding of multiplication of fractions by a whole number. Both Student B and C weren’t successful at coming up with a story problem, but were able to solve a story problem with multiplication of a fraction by a whole number. Based on my data I concluded that students did have a good understanding on how to multiply a fraction by a whole number in a couple of ways. I learned that each student benefited from doing contextual problems because all three students were able to answer the story problem quickly and accurately.
Good strategies to use with emergent bilinguals include using gestures, labels and connections with the home language. Educators should give extra attention to these students and understand the miscommunications amongst these students. Miscommunication could lead to problems. Most problems caused by miscommunication can easily be
Rhetorical analysis should be brought back as a staple in education because the class can teach people to become better-informed citizens, make better arguments at the right time, and can even improve grades in literature or analysis based
Aside from the previous things, I feel that I possess the personality type to succeed and contribute at Gatton. Throughout my life, I’ve been able to demonstrate that I possess the drive and the dedication needed to get the job done. I’ve always been diligent and focused when it comes to academia though I’m able to chill out and crack jokes like any other teenager. Some people ask how I balance everything, but it’s been easy for me.
The use of a fable with a succinct moral is something frequent in many young years of education. As the authors appeal to feelings and events that were very probably experienced by the majority of the audience, the audience becomes more sympathetic to their cause. It also allows the audience to place themselves in hypotheticals that will clarify the statement being made in the
My group was more focused on having strong allusions than on having a lot of them. The students also pointed out that we did not have equal speaking time, which I had noted earlier. The class did have a pretty good comprehension of the lesson. Looking at their answers on the do-now worksheets, all of their answers were correct, and it looked like some of them corrected their answers after we went over them which proves that they were engaged in the class. I was honestly a lot harder on myself than the class was which is very shocking to
In The View from 80, Cowley claims that aging and becoming an elderly member of society can be a brutal and unforgiving process. In his introduction, he compares aging in our society to the tradition of killing elderly members the Ojibwa tribe with a tomahawk. Cowley uses literary devices such as lists, personal accounts, anecdotes and imagery to convey his argument to the reader. His writing is effective due to the fact that he includes the three vices of aging and taps on the physical and psychological shortcomings that older people are reminded of by themselves and by society. He also admires people who see old age as a challenge.