They seemed bored and wanted to play/ do something and the teacher would jump in. I would give the teacher a rating of 7 for responsiveness to emotional cues. This is because there were many children that woke up in distress once the nap time was coming to an end and she would go over and comfort them and make sure they were okay. She would let them relax a little, talk to them, then she would take them to the table to have snack since many of them get very fussy because they are hungry of thirsty. She was very responsive to these cues and during snack time, she would see some child was in distress for a reason such as running out of milk or cookies and would go over to them and tell them to use their words to ask for more of whatever they wanted.
It is clear from the case study that Lacy does not pay attention to the directions being given to the class by her teacher. It was also noticeable that she often colors and draws when her classmates are working on the assigned tasks independently. The target behaviour that needs to changed is Lacy’s off task behaviour. The behaviour can be changed by some ecological changes, her social environment, and by using some positive reinforcement
My mentor teacher left for lunch and the Liberian started to read to the children. My mentor teacher told me that the Liberian was supposed to read to the children for about 15-20 mins. For some reason the kids were super wound up after lunch and they would pay attention or listen to the Liberian read. Apparently, the Liberian didn’t like that because she only read one story and told me that she was leaving. I tried my hardest to keep the class orderly, but it slowly turned into chaos.
I barely ate my homemade lunch trying to listen in and involve myself in conversation. At some point, I heard the bell ring, which meant we had to go to our next class. But this time, the bell wasn't a sign of my unawareness of my new surroundings. It was now a sign of new opportunities, new friends, and new people coming
Soon my friends come to join me and we laughed and joked about how the day went and which teacher gave the most homework or what couple ended it and made a big scene in the hallway. My parents never told me to gossip but it was always fun to talk about the news around school. When the bus finally picks me up and drops me off, I still have a long walk back to my house in the heat of the
Lunch Room Troubles That they will be loud and noisy when they sit by friends is one of the things middle school kids do when they eat lunch. teachers tell the middle school students to keep a low to controllable voice level. But rarely do The lunch room tables filled with rows of kids. alacarte line is flowing with waves of kids running in and out, wasted food on the ground and messy tables with spilled milk and crumbles of bread one of the seventh grade boys starts to yell at his friend across the table. “ come over here!”.
All of a sudden one of the girls, which seemed to be the smallest of the trio, reached out and took one of the others girl’s activity set although her set looked very similar. To this the girl who had her activity taken from her got up and just grabbed another and kept on about her business, totally unbothered. I approached the assistant teacher, Mrs. Valles and briefly recounted the situation and expressed my amazement not at the first girl action of taking a toy away form a classmate, but at the calm reaction that she received in exchange. Mrs. Valles mentioned how that was very typical behavior from both of them actually. After hearing this I decided to inquire about their outside of the classroom lifestyle that might have contributed to such demanding and pacific personalities.
As im headed there i get this dizzy but nonchalaunt feeling in my head it feel like a big deal to me so i had thought it was nothing. At this point in time as a kid i got very nervous in crowded places so as i walked in the cafeteria i see everyone at the tables talking and conversing but i get the shy nervous feeling again, this time it’s in my stomach but i keep it together and continue to walk towards the line. I grab my food then i go and sit by my small group of friends, we talked for a while then it was time to go to class. Skipping to noon, i start to feel a weird, sickness, off kind of feeling that keeps on for a while. I trying to get through the feeling but i couldn’t.
Alex was observed most of the period to be standing at a table Eating and talking with other students. On three separate occasions and Alex walked over to other tables and what made comments that could be considered unexpected. These comments resulted in laughter by the children at Alex table but not always the table he directed the comment to. Within a resource room observation Alexan with his head on the desk. The previous period in music exploration he was asked to leave the classroom due to his disruptive behaviors.
All students were eating something in class for their breakfast including two of teacher assistants. Two of teacher assistants were sharing a bag of hot Cheetos. Many students were interested in the tempting looking snack hot Cheetos rather than an animal cracker that they got from Ms. B. Teacher assistants refused to share their snack with students and I believe that it was because the hot Cheetos is not good for children. Ms. B called her class and asked them to sit on the alphabet
The "No One Eats Alone" campaign allows students who have little to no friends meet new possible friends. The passage states, " Sixth-graders Jenna Walden and Avarry Wikerson ended up at a table by themselves, and they noticed that Alexander Scherer, a new student at school, was alone.They moved over to sit with him. As he ate his chicken patty sandwich and french fries, he and the girls talked about Six Flags." The girls went out of their just to sit down with Alexzander to become friends with him. Alexzander now has two friends to share lunch with and no longer has to eat alone.
Imagine being in a high school cafeteria and not knowing why no one is sitting with you. You arrived exactly at the time lunch started, sat down at a free table, waited, yet no one came. Imagine that no one wants to be your partner for a group project. Everyone has to be in a group, you have a reputation for doing flawless school work, yet everyone seems to pair up without you. Imagine this happening every single day from 1st grade to junior year of high school.
We were a little nervous going into the camp because the girls looked up to us. We were afraid we wouldn 't do a good job. The young girls were eager to learn. Our nerves quickly went away as we started the camp. The camp began with Coach Godwin saying "Everybody stretch."
It was my first day at Reyburn Middle School in Clovis, California. Lunch hour was approaching and I could feel the wavering anticipation of the other students. It became so apparent that it was almost a tangible substance; something that could be seen and felt. Finally the bell rung and the students fled from their captives to rejoice with their friends and release the cathartic build-up from the day’s worries. I bought my lunch and to my dismay, as I panned my gaze across the courtyard, saw the invisible barriers the students had constructed to keep themselves within their respective groups.