Classroom Observations Mrs. Canada is the first grade teacher that I observed, and the subject that she was teaching was reading. She had planned well-organized power points and crafting materials in advance, so she was prepared for the lesson. The two times I observed, the lesson that was being taught at both times was reading. Children in the classroom used a lot of previous knowledge for the lesson. Each lesson was different and had different instructions, but the material was the same.
MY HOMESCHOOLING EXPERIENCE My twofold experience with home schooling and attending a regular school has been a very stimulating and insightful venture, an experience that exposed me, in a period of 7-8 years, to two very distinct ways of going through formal education. I had been going to a conventional school from kindergarten through grade 4. When in school, I had to get up every morning at 6am, get ready, wear my school clothes, and rush to school, not to come back until half-past three in the afternoon. Those bittersweet memories still reverberate in my mind. “Get up, Abdullah.
Personal Literacy Narrative Reading and writing is a tool everybody needs in their lifetime the basic reading and writing skills are used on a daily base no matter what field you plan to study. Reading and writing are taught at a young age. I personally was taught by preschool I noticed on how I grew with my writing and how I became a better reader and writer throughout my life I personal love reading and writing it’s a way for everyone to express themselves through their choice of words. Everybody learns how to read and write differently some students tend to be stronger than others, personally speaking I feel I tend to be higher in reading then writing. I learned how to read and write at my elementary school named Saint La Salle.
LANGUAGE HISTORY: When T was a baby, he repeated and tried mumbling what his parents were saying. A little after 1.5 years of age, he started producing certain words, which made sense to the rest of his family. Like, “I hungry” or “I tired.” Fast-forward a bit, T went to a Montessori school starting at age two. His parents wanted him to get an early education. They put all of their children through this schooling.
In my essay, I will discuss the change that has occurred over the past years when I was first able to read and write. When I was young in Elementary School starting in 4th grade I had difficulties reading and writing, I stuttered a lot and reading out loud was a hassle for me. I started to go to a class every day for an hour to help with my speech, for a few weeks it was still tough and I still had a lot of problems but later on I and my teachers could see a lot of change, I didn 't stutter as much, I could read so much better, starting on to 5th grade I was perfect at reading I didn 't stutter, I understood the words and what I was reading and I was in a 6th grade reading level, so I was one grade ahead of where I was supposed to be, I
The purpose of this memo is to inform you about my reflection of the entire course of Technical Writing, my perception of the knowledge I learned in the weekly assignments, and my intention on applying what I have learned to my career as a nurse. Course reflection: Looking back from day one, I did not know what to expect from technical writing because at first I didn’t know exactly what the course was about. I expected that I will do some form of writing similar to my past experiences in writing for English courses. Instead, over that past four weeks, I learned how to write professionally by using the proper grammar in a proper format that is aimed to readers in a formal setting. I slowly became more proficient, and I gradually changed my
The second week of school I was set had all my supplies and was ready to go I had Physical Science first period, Algebra second period, Math Enrichment third period, World History fourth period, English fifth period, Physical Education sixth period and English Enrichment the next semester. My first semester was ok my teachers were in school everyday I was learning but then the next semester my teacher for both my math classes left for the rest of the school year to visit her mom who was dying in India my other teachers would missed days too but none missed as much as her. So when she left the school hired a substitute teacher who was only in the class for attendance so my grades were terrible and just accepted because I felt it was nothing I could have done to change the grades my grades in other classes suffered from bad attendance of the teachers too but non as bad as her class.
I would wait a couple minutes for her to go to the kitchen and eat and go straight to her bedroom and check her bookbag. Check all of her notebooks and books and see what was new and pretend i was reading even though I didn't know how to. I was always excited to learn about school that's all I cared about when I was growing up. Watch my sister going to school since I couldn't because of my age was such a good motivating to me to be anxious to start school to grow up and do big things. This was just the start of how I started to look up to my sister.
Since I was just starting to like origami, I decided that I would continue folding paper. Ever since then, I have visited the grade school library often to seek out books on origami. Luckily, there were some books on origami and each one had a multitude of projects to fold. For the next two years, I practiced making many boxes and modular designs. My mom noticed my interest in origami so she bought me a book with instructions for different models that became more and more complex as I progressed.