For my preschool observation, I went to little jungle childcare center in Fargo, North Dakota. I knew about this childcare facility, because I have been working there for about seven months. It was truly a different experience to take my break earlier in the day and just observe the class that I usually work in. Through observations, I was able to actually think about why the room is set up the way it is, watch how students and teachers listen and talk to each other, and think about why we do some of the assessment that we do with the kids.
When she got to eighth grade, she had to take a test to continue onto high school. She always did very well in school and passed the test easily, but her parents got her a worker’s permit and she never went to high school. In some ways, I think she regrets not going, but she is constantly working and was most likely more than happy to help her family out. With or without high school, she is unbelievably intelligent and I am so proud to call her my grandma. Just sitting down with her for a short amount of time, I learned so much about the past and I definitely recommend you talk to an elder you know.
Speaking English becomes one of substantial ability for people nowadays that can be one of causes I have studied in Canada. People are exposed many field where they should use English language when people are surfing internet, reading original major program books even meeting foreign people in work places. These reasons are that why I have learned English since elemental school student in Korea; nevertheless, my English ability was struggled. Since, they taught to focus on only English grammar not practical speaking. Consequently, I decided to come to Canada.
The actually snacks were either a bagel, orange slices and some other fruit or a juice box and cookie. I could not tell why different kids got different snacks and I did not want to disrupt the snack time to go and ask. The eating habits were what I expected of such younger kids, however, a few kids were neat eaters, most thought did get something on their faces. One thing that did take me by surprise was that none of the children drop their food or throw their food.
Did she not like chicken? he wondered. So, he finally asked her why she wasn’t eating the chicken with his brother and himself. She responded saying that she does not hurt anything. Followed by informing him that the chicken he is eating is actually chicken.
in the novel we can see that the author is informing the reader that, a single act of kindness helps us move on with life. The first way we see how a single act of kindness helps us move on with life is in the cafeteria when Auggie expects that no one will sit next to him because of his deformity. However one student named Summer, who is in the popular group in school, sits next to Auggie. On pg (51) “Hey, is the seat taken?”
Everyone has had at least one enlightening class that they’ll never forget. A class that, unlike so many others, truly teaches you about life, or in my case, mortality. Mr. Vindetti was my English teacher in junior high: a worldly and highly perceptive individual who expected the absolute best from his students. Junior high school is a blur, so I barely remember what I was taught throughout the years, but I still recall numerous lessons from Mr. Vindetti clearly. One day, after my grueling math class and my absurdly uninteresting history class, it was finally time for the one class I genuinely enjoyed, Advanced English.
Mom and Dad were with me as we waited for my teacher to come to the office to retrieve me. When she arrived, she was kind and asked me to follow her back to her classroom. I said goodbye to Mom and Dad and followed my new teacher, the timid anticipation bubbling up inside me again. The room was empty because the other kids were finishing up their recess so my teacher, Mrs. Jaeger, introduced me to the morning work that the class did every morning. I was working on that when the students started walking into the classroom.
I stills have two more classes, so the next class is general science. My advocacy teacher is also my science teacher, so I feel very relieved. Finally, the last period coming, I am such a people come from a different planet. Everyday, US History have a quest everyday, we need to answer the question on the board. Everybody in the class starting their work, except me.
Miss P would would usually ignore bad behavior but verbally reward good behavior. She had a different student each day tell the class what the weather was, if the child said something different then what was happening rather than corrector him/her ahe would have the look out the window and say what they see, good use of maintaining motivation (pg 73, Understanding Child Development).As the class is mostly from poor regions of the city it was the first time many of them had been to school. Many have had little exposure to letters or math and are lacking in those areas of development. To fix this she would read out loud to them and write on the
The child I took care of was born with Down-Syndrome and it was my job to help him with his homework and other daily obstacles he might have. Another family I worked with had daughter (she was 4 years old) who also has Down-Syndrome. I got help potty train her and help her with her ABC’s. Working with those families is something I really love todo. Kappa Delta — 2015-2016
The data showed that 1 in 3 people would like to add more salads to their daily eating habits. Salads have many nutrient value including Proteins , potassium, and carbohydrates. If you were to want a salad at Moreno Valley High School there is expired lettuce that looks more yellow than green and with cheese that is not fresh. Even if a kid was well educated in nutrition they do not have the necessary materials to eat properly. We are failing to help the future kids of America be strong both mentally and physically.
That was the first time I felt the surge of satisfaction one experiences when one knows something. Eleven years later, I was in another classroom reading Morrison’s “The Bluest Eye”. My teacher asked us if we had successfully decoded the primer. I remember the silence in the room as we mulled over the question.
One thing that I stood out to me this week “Ready to write” in the webinkiar was very interested because I wasn’t know that those skills were so important to writing skills and academic success in the later years and they talked about how many percent children are pretending hand motor skills at the school life. My own experience regarding this topic, I don’t have any experience with the another classmate , but I am using the same method with daycare teachers. It is really helpful my child to support the motor skills to connect the dots with letters so he can understand that how to support to his finger. I feel very interested about what I read handwriting because I wasn 't know that crayons is more useful than pencils and I learned that
Since I did not have a single class with any of them, I was glad to finally be able to spend time with people I knew. We found a table next to a glazed white pillar in the cafeteria, put our backpacks down, and went to go buy lunch. Almost immediately, the cloud of loneliness following me around morphed into sunshine. As we waited in line in the crowded sandwich deli, we shared what was going on in each other’s divided high school worlds as others shoved past us to get food. After paying for our meals, we sat down at our table to eat.