Daywalt took an item that children use on a daily basis and created a conflict that they would understand. The theme, as previously discussed, is successful in teaching a lesson without stating it obviously. This makes the book perfect for read alouds in classrooms from which teachers can create extensive lesson plans for an elementary class. Middle school teachers may also use this story because of the mature nature of its theme in a fun and humorous way. Both adults and children would be attracted to this story as a buyer.
Being so involved has taught me unteachable lessons in how to manage time properly; something I will use the rest of my life. I believe that the best way to better oneself is to be well rounded. School based knowledge is such a basic level of what is out there. There is so much more to be learned and discovered. To do this I have found it essential to try
Around the middle of the elementary school I had started to grow out my so called inventions. Eventually in my first years of middle school I had begun drawing on my right arm. The things I began to draw on my arm would bring me stress relief and allowed me to continually expand my experience
By pursuing a teacher credential in mild to moderate disabilities I know I can achieve this goal because I carry a great passion for education and like to help students in need. Throughout my life I have made many friendships with individuals who have disabilities and seen the lack of support many receive in schools. Motivating me to support them in any possible way and inspiring me to became a special education teacher because I want to support them and other student’s in their education. Also, currently, being an instructional aide at an elementary school I have learned that becoming a teacher is something I would love to do every day because I get an opportunity to spend time with students, while I am teaching them and supporting them, it truly makes me happy and fulfilled to know I can make a difference in a child’s life. Pursuing my post baccalaureate education at Cal State La and continuing my program will fully prepare me to achieve my goal to become a special education teacher and become the best teacher, mentor, and supporter for my
The motivation, passion, and the internal will to want to succeed in life has always dwelled within me, so ultimately, all I needed was to find what interest me in life. In the beginning, I found myself staring down the road of becoming a teacher or dental hygienist. At first the idea of becoming a teacher seemed like a prominent, and fulfilling job. I get to convey knowledge to groups of young individuals, I also get to work in a setting with other mature adults who share my passion, and I have the opportunity to work with children; but, ultimately, there was just one main component missing for me, and that was the hands-on aspect. I told myself that I wanted to be involved in a career that is very hands-on.
It felt like I belonged there. I gained a lot of knowledge as an individual. I was able to help them out the kids and they ended up loving me. I received a lot of confidence and knowledge about children. Helping every day for a while helped me overcome my shyness.
I am happy that my first times doing theses procedure were on babies, instead of an older child that may know what is going on when I walk into the room. This is still something I would like to work on, yet I am happy I was able to attempt this procedure in practicum. A strength that I have is that I have gained a lot of independence throughout my practicum experience. I continue to grow and improve each day that I am at practicum. Even when I am nervous, I jump in and complete my tasks, and ask Jennifer for help, when I am unsure of how to complete a task.
While working at a preschool I discovered my love of working with children. My favorite moments were when the children would finally write the letter we had been practicing the whole week. I would watch them do something by themselves that they had not been able to do before and see how proud they were of themselves. Knowing that I helped them feel that way was the best feeling. I want to translate that into the physical therapy field and help children with neurological disorders and developmental delays achieve their potentials, physically and
5. Moral Values Will Stick With You For Life: How much ever we learn new things and prosper in life, the moral values we learn at our childhood and while we grow up everything sticks with us for the entire life. As life goes on, each and every day one learns something new. These get all added up to our moralities. It enriches us to become a better human
I feel grateful for the guidance and friendship that my advisors at Park have given me. While there are many things I hope my next advisor learns about me, and there are two important things I would like my Dana Hall advisor to know about me. Over the years, I have grown passionates for many different hobbies. I have always had a passion for arts and craft and I started doing more in second grade After a long day at school, I began to attend crocheting lessons as something fun and relaxing. At first, I didn 't think I would enjoy it, but after I completed my first project, a headband, I felt very proud of myself that I made a headband designed by me that I could wear.
?Despite the fading wonder and magic of childhood, I take pride with the knowledge that my imagination and my ability to create and manipulate have remained with me throughout my growing years. My mind, with its flexibility and tendency for chaos and spontaneity, has helped me adapt to the buzzing of my school life allowing me to learn easily by adapting my mind to match that of the material involved and allowing me to create friends with the vibrancy of my thoughts and persona. My childhood allowed me to adapt to my environment and gave me the freedom to acquaintance myself with the world around me. ?One of the most useful aspects of this flexibility is how I can use it to adjust the plans I have for myself to match the unknown future. With this I can turn simple observation of my school activities to an entire plan that I can analyze and predict, a process that makes stems from years of childhood plans to "save the world and beat the bad guys".
I love Tommy. He has been special to me ever since he was a little guy. I remember how much he loved to play peakaboo, and I remember how he loved to show me his artwork and how he constantly asked me how he could help his mommy. Where is that lovely child that seemed to have so much going for him, so much to live for? I know that adolescence can be a rough time for some kids--rebellious, sullen, distant.
It can be a creative outlet, a social circle, or even a home away from home. Most importantly, though, it is a chance for me to create something bigger than myself for my community and a learning experience that I will not soon forget. Throughout the multiple shows I have helped put on, I have learned mundane things such as the proper way to clean a paint brush or how to paint wood to look like “better wood” but I have also acquired skills that I will carry with me for the rest of my life: teamwork, leadership, responsibility, problem solving, initiative, and commitment. I learned that it is possible to have each of these traits while still being creative, social, and while I’m having fun with people who have become my second family. I realized, here, that I can be whoever I want, and I will be accepted, I realized that not everything will go as planned the very first time and that error should be accounted for, and I realized that theater is much more than just acting, singing, and
Final Analysis Paper The egg experiment was a creative way to helping us learn more about the development of children. I really enjoyed this project. I was able to learn a lot and be creative all at once. My child was a girl and I named her Victoria Blake. Victoria was an overall great child although we did experience some bumps in the road.