Capstone Reflection bit.ly/capstonereflection Student Name: Subject / Class: Describe the attached evidence: My attached piece of evidence is everything I’ve done to get to the point of presenting my booktrack to the class. Many artifacts will represent several Student Learning Capacities. Explain how the attached evidence proves your achievement of the capacities that follow. Write about ALL that apply.
The teachers usually teach from a textbook trying to help students understand the content and this adds to rote learning .Therefore at all levels in a school system the textbook plays a significant role as students are assessed through examinations that are within the limits of the textbook and for the teacher it acts as a structuring device in a particular sequence that can be applied
First, students should be prepared for any reading by their professors giving them a brief summary of what they are going to be reading throughout the course. “Good teachers should prepare their students in the course of regular learning”. I do believe that it is the job of a professor to prepare the students for their learning outcomes, so they could be successful with their future English classes. In my opinion, teachers should include trigger warnings on their syllabus. For example, Professor McKenzie explained at the beginning of the course about the traumatic events from the reading, “Seductive Poison”, so her students would not be surprised.
However, Jacotot’s emancipation teaching method, with some modifications, is the way for UNF to dramatically increase the job engagement for its graduates. First, I recommended a form of Socratic problem-based learning. By this, I meant that there would be few lectures at UNFs; instead, the students would be given books prescribed by the faculty. The professors would then assign problems for the students to solve through their own reading and analysis over a period of weeks. Unlike pure emancipation, there would be a specific learning goal; therefore, the professors would offer guidance, as well as critique their work-in-progress.
There is a slight difference between miscue analysis and retrospective miscue analysis. When a teacher conducts a miscue analysis with a student she listens to a student read and marks their miscues. After the reading has taken place and she has marked the miscues and jotted down any notes the student then retells the story to the teacher. In retrospective miscue analysis the student and teacher do the same thing as a miscue analysis but allows the student to discuss their miscues with the teacher after the reading. It allows the student to discuss and reflect on their own miscues with the teacher.
After receiving the critiques on how to make my paper better, the next step is editing the essay before visiting the writing center. At the writing center, I usually only check for grammar and structure errors (I always prefer that writing center workers read my paper out loud for me so that I can hear how it sounds from an outsider’s perspective). Also, some professors usually give students extra credit for
School has always been my number one priority. I focus hard to achieve the grades I want by making sure I turn all my homework in on time and studying for tests. Sometimes school can be very stressful but I have to push myself to strive for the grades I want. I have learned that before taking a test you need to make sure you study in as many ways possible so when the test day comes you will not have any issues. Another thing that is difficult and for me gets in the way of school is having a job.
-- Seek help at the Writing Center and/or feedbacks from students/professors/advisers. -- Read over other classmate’s papers and observe their writing styles. In order to measure my progress, I will keep a folder specifically for my Communications Skills course.
You need to set goals so that you can know what you are striving for. If you never learn from your mistakes and blame it on others, then you will never be successful. One goal that I have set for myself is that one day I want to get accepted into medical school. I will achieve this goal by working hard and making some sacrifices to things that I might value because I am working and striving towards my goal. I will work hard everyday to achieve my goal by getting good grades all of my life.
My plan is to work with them to develop something that works for both offices (as opposed to me telling them what to do). I believe I have a good sense of what you’d like to see from these colleges, but if there’s anything else you feel I need to know, please share. I’m also reaching out to education on a more targeted proposal and have gotten feedback from nursing on what they can and can’t handle. I have meetings schedule with the new folks over in COFA and engineering next week, and a meeting with social work is pending. To that end, it will probably be a few weeks into the semester before we’re ready to launch anything.
The teacher should make sure that each student is involved in the lesson, ask process questions, open-ended questions, be patient when waiting for answers to these questions, and ultimately never say anything a kid can say. This method is something that I would like to implement in my future classroom. I know that it will take practice and perseverance, but it is something that I know I can
I would say “Today we are going to “read between the lines,” which is also known as inferring, while reading the book Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkes (show cover). Based on the pictures what could you guess is going to happen?” Students will answer and I will respond by saying “Using your previous knowledge about what the objects are in the picture you could infer that she (enter students’ answer). We will infer while reading the book, and explain our inferences and ideas that we made, in discussion and in independent practice.”
Review the artifacts above on student enrollments and student progress in the course. Then, provide a detailed description of all that this information tells you about the hypothetical course. Include how the teacher might adjust the course in the future based on the previous activity of these students. Document in a reflection on your blog.
• They will do a PIN reading which is they record something positive, interesting, and negative from what they read. • “For homework tonight your job is to research the situation that you and your group examined closely. Using the real names of the events, places, and people please print off and bring in one article that discusses your situation in more depth. You must write down the copy down the URL address of the website in which you get your article from Please use the close reading strategies that we practiced today in class to closely read your article. In order to participate in the class discussion you must do a PIN reading of your article.
The next step was going over how to describe students viewpoints by focusing on the characters actions, how they feel, and what they see through the story. When reading the book, I insured to make pauses