I will inform students of the rules by: (Briefly describe how you will teach students about the classroom rules.) I will introduce the rules for my classroom by telling the student that my classroom has rules just like their general education classroom. I will ask the student what
Students will be able to answer and discuss questions about the book la forma de las cosas/the shape of things. Language and Literacy/Academic Language Reading: I will read La Forma de las Cosas by Dayle Ann Dodds to the students. Students will read the vocabulary words in House Shapes Worksheet. Writing: Students will be asked to label the shapes in their house by writing the first letter of the name of the shape or by writing the name of the shape. Listening: Students will listen to the teacher read the story and ask questions about the shapes in the book.
Also, my band director is very nice and lenient, so she allows us to be free from strict core class teachers. All my band directors in the past have been the same way and I feel that it’s a good thing because music is meant to be fun, not restricted and too technical. Lastly, we get to play extremely exciting music that is very up beat. This puts me in a better mood for the rest of my day, and I end up having a better day because of it. Band is a fun way for me to take a break from my main classes.
Reflective Diary Data were drawn from journal writing based on the experiences of teaching starter activities in class to evaluate pupil’s behaviour and learning. The reflective diary style was based on Gibbs’ (1988) reflective cycle. This diary format encourages practitioners to reflect on 6 key stages of reflection of the lesson in order to encourage deeper analysis; Description; Feelings; Evaluation; Analysis; Conclusion; and Action Plan. Reid (1993, p.3) defines reflection as a “process of evaluating an experience of practice in order to describe, analyse, assess” which ultimately informs future practice. Scanlon et al.
Classroom Observations Mrs. Canada is the first grade teacher that I observed, and the subject that she was teaching was reading. She had planned well-organized power points and crafting materials in advance, so she was prepared for the lesson. The two times I observed, the lesson that was being taught at both times was reading. Children in the classroom used a lot of previous knowledge for the lesson. Each lesson was different and had different instructions, but the material was the same.
He stressed that asking daily questions was imperative. The teacher should check student understanding informally by asking open ended questions about their performance at the end of the class. Each student should respond to the question on a piece of paper. Rubrics are very important in the self-assessment process. Rubrics are evaluation guides that provide feedback on several different learning objectives, recognizing where a student falls into the spectrum of proficiency for each objective.
She asked her students some initial guiding questions about what they remembered about using the rulers. When students mentioned the “little lines” found in between the inches, Ms. Stephenson began to introduce what they are and mean as well as what fractions are and
Therefore, before the teacher gives an assessment to the students he or she must cover a lesion and prepare to plan what question he is going to give to the students. Also must give the exam tips to students and sometimes for students to plan out how there are going to study for their examination. A very good example of assessment planning is the blueprint; teacher must able to make a blueprint before writing a test following the procedure and how will meet the learning out for each individual student. So proper planning helps teacher to collect their data information very easier and know how many assessments is going to give to the student in a
It is vital that students invest enough energy to familiarized with the customer's hair and questioning the customer on his or her requirements and desires of the services . The learner will also need to finish a styling examination – choosing what to do with the customer's hair so that the customer will be fulfilled by the consultation and the last result. To have the capacity to finish an interview sheet before anything is done to the hair as far as styling. This topic focuses on particular advice abilities planned to accumulate data, including perception, addressing, affirming and filling in the consultation sheet. WHAT THE LEARNER WILL HAVE TO DO TO COMPLETE THE ASSESSMENT Skills checklist follow salon policy to keep up a clean, clean work
I feel like I have learned a lot for Patrice in this semester. He has tough me how to be a better public speaker by being a good listener and telling the class to be a good audience, I also learned how to be a better student Patrice is a good teacher he teaches us that to be a good student the teacher has to teach with tough love. He tells us the truth he came up to me the first week of class after I gave him the first reflection paper I thought I was done and I did a good job. After I got the paper bake he asked me “can I see you after class” he was very upfront with me he gave me a second chance to fix my mistakes he told me I could do better. I also advocated for myself I failed my midterm, and I told him everything and even asked for extra credit opportunity he gave me the hard truth another example of tough love was when he asked me “what you would do in this sitchwation you become the teacher,” I told him what I would do he said I was being to hard on my self he told me to do my homework study harder and go to the extra credit opportunity.