Tell me how to spell it!” I announced with the utmost energy almost every two weeks. Day after day I would practice how to write certain words that we were assigned. Sometimes skipping play time with my friends to do “homework” that I made up myself. A couple weeks if not a month had passed and I had truly improved my
Talk about stretching the word out and making sure every sound is heard. Small Group: Students will continue with their story, and if they have forgotten what their story is about have them use Seesaw to listen to their story. Students will continue to write their stories and focusing on stretching their stories. Emphasis that words need to be stretched. Need: Planning sheet, iPads, Seesaw, variety of different books green and purple paper Thursday Finger Spaces Whole Group: Read a poem that is mushed together and talk about how hard it is to read.
Observation 9: Math Each day, students do something that is a part of their circle time and it covers much of their math learning for the entire day. At the start of the day, a student is picked to be pointer and the math fun begins. They start with the calendar and count how many days they have been in school that month with one-to-one correspondence. They go over the days of the week, the month, what the previous day was, and the next day will be. The do estimation where there is jar up at the board with various small toys in it and different students get a chance to guess how many items are in the jar.
She now helps write high school and college textbooks which she has done for the last 30 years. Everyone’s An Author with Readings by Andrea Lunsford, Michal Brody, Lisa Ede, Beverly J. Moss, Carole Clark Papper, and Keith Walters; is about how everyday writing is very closely related to academic writing. This book discusses The Need for Rhetoric and Writing, Genres of Writing, The Role of Argument, Research, Style, and includes Readings. The text also bridges the gap between Facebook and academic writing, showing how some tactics students use in social media may also be used in their academic
As I made friends with a girl my age and my parents associated themselves with the grown-ups, many positive impacts would soon be seen. The Henderson kids were all homeschooled and had a huge support system in their academics. Mrs. Henderson offered to assist with my daily homework objectives just as she did with her kids. With this in mind, I made my way over to her house every other day with perplexing assignments. Time after time, the lady who I believed to be a home school teacher for her kids assisted me with my constant homework questions.
Observe how they work, individually and as a group. Opening Prayer (Learner) Review of the Previous Lesson Make use of the pictures they have drawn in the previous lesson. With the pictures as their guide, invite some children to share what they have studied and learned. After the sharing, lead them in the recitation of the previous key verse. Introduction of New Lesson Song Illustration: “In the Beginning” by Victor Wood (Downloadable from You tube) Play the song “In the Beginning”.
What Came First, Reading or Writing? Thinking back upon my education in my early childhood years, school has always been the foundation to the learning process of my reading and writing experience. From learning the letters of the alphabet to actually being able to form sentences and placing my thoughts into words, I have learned the correct usage of reading and writing. But I didn’t understand the different concept of what it means to read and write until my senior year of high school. My AP English teacher taught me what it means to read and analyze work to not just overlook what the author has written.
lesson by teaching students to add details, use finger spaces, and sounding out words as they wrote their own farm story. On Friday, we made an origami barn for our farm unit. In math, students learned equations by building their 10-frame mat to 10 starting with a number such as 7. Students learned numbers and 10 frames bingo, students ordered themselves in a number line
MY DIARY 29.02.2016 Related to unit 10.4.1 & 4.2 & 4.3 I have started my day with making ready some paper sheet for students. I used copy machine and guillotine. After that our LO. Was about to use different methods of multiplication. Mrs B started to learn 6 time table.
The first two weeks of my internship have been very interesting. The school climate at the Middle School that I am currently working at is very positive. Students are at the top of the priority list whether it is in the classrooms or in the administrators ' office. Parents are always welcomed to come into the school and observe students in all settings. The school is a PBIS school that utilized strategies that will assist students in all settings in school.