Gaby said that she felt relieved and very happy when she found out she had made it. She had put lots of effort into getting excellent grades and having a spotless record. Gaby said that if she had not been accepted, she probably wouldn’t believe in herself as much or put effort into her schoolwork. This has changed her as a person.
Second, I would introduce a problem that the student might find interesting and excite their interest for the challenge of solving a long division problem. Third, I would model how to work through some long division problems with the use of material scaffolding in the form of the mnemonic device and guided examples mentioned in answer 4-B. Fourth, I would use the mnemonic device as a handout, and poster on a wall, to let practice my student practice long division problems with the mnemonic device as a reminder tool. The mnemonic device could be “Dad, Mom, Sister, and Brother,” which would stand for “Divide, Multiply, Subtract, and Bring Down.” I would also model and practice the guided examples with the student on a handout. Fifth, I would begin task scaffolding by walking through each step in solving long division using the mnemonic device provided above along with the guided examples.
How I will apply new learning. I will use it to observe and questions first, before I decide or do any problem-solving. I will also take my time in making major decisions especially when it comes to my life and someone else. I will also gather information putting the pros and cons together to do my problem-solving along with observations.
Elona Kalaja Professor Eleni Saltourides ENG 101 Critical Analysis Paper February 21, 2018 Flunking vs Students In the article, “In Praise of the F Word” Mary Sherry argues that flunking students is a method that has been effective in the past and is still effective todays day, and anyone needs to see is as a positive teaching tool. Sherry indicates that flunking students is a method that motivates students to study more and to be more responsible for what is their responsibility. Students challenge is not to get an A or B, but to succeed or to fail.
This involves engaging with a series of questions that help you to explore and reconsider your motivation or rationale for your actions. These can be designed by a third party or by the individual themselves and serve as a guide through the reflection process. Questions can include: What was I trying to achieve? Why did I do [activity] as I did? What were the consequences of [activity] etc.?
Emma is one of those girls who is very popular at school and cares about her friends and family, but doesn’t care about much else. She is a really nice sister, but she can get to be a pain sometimes. Emma is actually a decent student though, no matter what people think about the “popular group” of kids at school, Emma is part of them and still a good student. She normally gets Bs and B+s for grades, and listens and learns when necessary. Did I mention that she can be a pain?
She created a healthy classroom environment, and the students were all engaged and excited about learning. I have never seen students so excited to get in a circle to read out loud! This classroom was a breath of fresh air for me. During my second semester of college, I decided that I wanted to work with special need children.
At this stage as children learn a sense of industry if they win praise for productive, activities, such as building, painting, and reading (Coon & Mitterer, 2012). When I was still in Grade one, our teacher used to praise us in class when we did in a particular thing that she asked us to do it. My mother used to buy me thing that I love such as wrestling T-shirts when I did well at school or sometimes if I got a total on classwork. At this stage that when the teachers and parents begin to take an important role in the child’s life as they teach the child specific skills (Coon & Mitterer,
She stated that she was thankful for the sessions. She mentioned that she wants her sons to make good grades this school year. Char’darius stated that he thinks he can earn good grades if he focuses more on school. He mentioned that he still struggle in some areas as it relates to school. He stated that he hopes to build meaningful relationships with his peers this school year.
An evaluation of one of these areas, education, will be examined as the model is applied to the artifact of Civilization V. With the three tenants delineated, and the focus area of education determined, an application of the Procedural Rhetoric model to the communicational artifact is the final step necessary in order to compose an answer to the research question. The artifact, Civilization V, will be viewed through each of the three tenants, in order to see if the tenant is present, and if so, how it functions within the context of the game’s
Furthermore, Brittany made A-B Honor Roll on her most recent report card. Having a positive relationship is critical to the success of students with emotional and behavioral disorders because it provide them student with a more beneficial learning experience. Students are also more likely to reciprocate these positive actions, which leads to their success in the classroom. Trisha, a twelve-year old seventh grader, struggles with an emotional disorder (Kirk, Gallagher, & Coleman, 2015).
When Jolly accepts to go to school, Jolly finds out that she is doing better than she thought that she would. When Jolly goes to school she is surprised to see that she is doing better than she thought she would be. “Guess what. Jolly got a B one day and then three more B ’s