Room 213 is where you’ll find Mr. Munson’s delicate English Classroom. Your eyes might dart to the beautiful posters filled with mind blowing quotes or maybe the front of the room where you’ll see a handful of things and a great view from the back with a four cornered window in the center of the creamy white walls. Word on the street is that teachers are in awe when walking into Mr. Munson’s English classroom at Centreville High School. The decor is beautiful, the teacher himself compliments the room as well as Ms. Dowdy and the various colors also. When you turn the grey metal door knob on the thick dark brown wooden door, you’re in for a mighty surprise.
Students that arrive after this time, but before the bell rings will have to be escorted by the parent to the gym and signed-in for accountability. The students will sit inside of the gym on the floor according to grade levels along the front and two side walls. The students will have reading materials at each grade level or reading content of their own to silently read until the bell rings at 8:20am. Staff members’ location will be in the center area of gym. One teacher facing the front and right side of gym and the other teacher the opposite direction with eye sight of students around the front and side peripheral of the gym, so that they can maintain close supervision of their area.
Along the north wall was the teacher desk, and another center area with bean bag chairs, and several iPads, cd players, and other technology devices. In the center of the room was three small tables and chairs, which were spaced enough in the room to allow for small group work areas. The lighting in the classroom was bright (fluorescent lighting), with an additional lamp in the reading center. The noise level of the room seemed to stay at a low level with minimal distractions during the observation. Additionally, the temperature of the room was set at 74 degrees, and appeared to be a comfortable setting for everyone
However Mr. Donahue approach him and remind him about the class room rules and ask him if he was making a right choice; the boy immediately stop. While they rotating from one activity to another some teachers came to the classroom to take some students; they were pull
The location was continuing in the hallway when we see all the characters of the movie along with teachers. There are many types of shots in the movie, for example, a close-up shot is used when Donnie opens the door in school and a cutting on action shot when the principal and teachers are meeting together in the area outside of the school. A low-angle shot is captured when we look at the teacher as a strong, noble threateing and the director is using that to make a strong filling.
Part of his process in making paintings, like Ballet Class, was going to the opera house and observe the ballet dancers, onstage, backstage, and even at some rehearsals of the ballet dancers. When Degas started painting any of plantings, even The Ballet Class he would start off with a pencil sketch of what he sees. In The Dance Class he would sketch the individual dancers, and then go to his studio to compile the sketches with his memory onto a canvas with the medium(s), in The Ballet Class painting, it was with oil. (YouTube Video).The method of transferring the sketched into a big canvas was by means of the “grid system” which was used in the Renaissance by Italian frescos. (Adrian Hamilton).
As a student do you ever feel stressed or overwhelmed by the amount of homework or studying you have to do? This is why I believe that schools should provide an in-school study hall. With this, students will be able to work on their work and study in a good environment. Providing a study hall has numerous advantages; the most evident one being that the students will be able to get their work done in a good environment with help all around from teachers, and it eliminates the excuses of kids not being able to get their work in on time. With a study hall for everyone students can get work done before they have practice and before they even get home, and they can practice time management with how they spend their time when they get home.
There was no clear rules or transitions for the kids to follow. The teacher would always change the room around and told the kids to sit where they wanted. Of course, the kids would sit with their friends. She always confused the kids on the arrival time due to not knowing where to sit in class. The tone of her math class was a mess the kids were all talking and sometimes would be waiting for her to come to the room.
Kenny’s classrooms, during transition times is when things get a little chaotic, possibly resulting in behavior problems that frustrate in the moment and spill over into the floor. One example, the class works at their table on tracing sentence, “I have dragon….Dd” draw and coloring as the same time. The teacher announced it was cleanup time and that next we would gather on the rug. I just simply watched and notice many things. Elvis and Rowan immediately dropped what they were doing and started cleaning up.
Once we got in the hallway, DeAndre, Vernon,and I stood close to the end of the hall with our backs turned at an angle where there gym teachers couldn’t recognize our faces. The female gym teachers came out of the girl locker room ,along with the girls; and unlocked the doors to let us into the gym. At my school the teachers had their own section in the gym to do attendance. We could not stand in our section because our teacher nor class was in there; so we had to blend in with one of the other classes. When my friends and I entered the gym, DeAndre, Vernon, and I stood with a class that was standing by the doors we came