Intro This essay aims to talk about how Piaget’s theory and Erickson’s theory is linked and applied to a toddler aged 1-3 years old and also about the client’s overall well-being and family. About client Our client, baby L is 2 years old. She has an older sister, her parents are both working and her main caregiver is her grandmother.
When I observed “Jimmy”, he was in classroom D at the child-development center at Yuba college. At first there were over ten children but by the end of my observation there were only five including Jimmy. There was three teachers present, all female. None of Jimmy's family was present and he was waiting for his mother to pick him up. Jimmy may have been the perfect candidate for my observation as he was the only child who did not attempt to interact with me.
What Wilkins meant by saying “non standard person” would mean “being just like everyone else”, the same color, same background, same culture, same beliefs and same prejudices. after getting acclimated, and accepted, I think that Wilkins would still feel “non standard” because of that time in history, and the being the only black kid in the school and new to the town. I also think that Mrs. Deadeye Bean was a great educator and helped Wilkins gain self confidence and feel valued in the class room. Mrs Bean also helped the other students see Wilkins for who he was, not just a
‘Morning Rain’ by Hisaye Yamamoto and ‘Chang’ by Sigrid Nunez are short stories in the center of which remains a father – daughter relationship motif. It is not a very common topic in Asian American literature, and according to Wong and Santa Ana its representation in a literary texts is ‘a fairly recent phenomenon.’ Both Yamamoto and Nunez are creating the picture of the fathers through the eyes of their daughters. In these short stories, the children are discovering various parts of their dads’ identities by looking at their words and silences. The latter aspect of their behaviour becomes especially important, in understanding the true selves of the fathers, as they are an extremely quiet characters.
To Kill A Mockingbird The thing about being loud is that everyone has heard it, while the quiet ones are observing to make the next move. Silence only frightens those who are loud by making the loud ones know their mistake of not thinking. I agree that the quietest people are the powerful ones because they hear the information from other people's point of view. In the novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, the author address that the quietest ones can be loud.
I picked to watch a child at a football practice. The child that was observed is approximately an 8 year old male that is African-American. Additionally, his height is approximately 3ft 5 inches and his weight is around sixty pounds. The hair color of this child was black and his eye color appeared to be brown. He was wearing a white jersey with blue sleeves and a helmet that was similar to the San Diego Chargers.
Bob was observed in Mrs. Friend’s classroom on 01/12/2017. During the 30-minute observation Bob slept at his desk. Bob remained at his desk sleeping for ten minutes until Mrs. Friend instructed him to go to the water fountain to get a drink. Upon return Bob had a difficult time remaining awake for the remainder of the observation. Bob’s classroom participation was limited due to sleeping in class.
Post-Observation 2 Questions What were the learning outcomes for the lesson? How did the learning outcomes meet the needs of individual students? The students had to sketch the Lewis dot structures for several molecular compounds. They also visualized what it is meant by the statement “sharing of electrons.”
When it came to the environment of the classroom, I felt very at home, comfortable, and safe, but when I thought about it a little more deeply, I realized that a lot of the things in the classroom are familiar to me and that is why I feel this way. My cooperating teacher does a good job incorporating family into the classroom by displaying the children’s family photos, but I think more could be done, especially for the children who are not from America. I talked to my cooperating teacher about maybe asking the children what they have at home that is not here in the classroom as a way to scope out if more items could be added to the classroom. I also talked to her about snack time. The school provides snack, but through my observations I noticed that there is not much variety.