It took him quite some time, approximately after twenty minutes he started talking and interacting with the other kids. Thereafter, the kids started their daily activities. During these activities, Ethan learns numbers, letters, colors, and shapes, they also link them with the sounds. For instance, when the teacher, says the names of a particular shape, Ethan point toward the correct shape on the board. As I continue observing, Ethan was able to follow the instruction well, and the teacher gives him a good amount of time to process the information.
Jocelyn Chan Ms.Heaney, Period 5 English 3-4 Honors 20 January 2016 Expected School-wide Learning Results Yearly Reflection During the past school year, I have exhibited qualities of a Champion of Scholarship in the following ways: As a Critical and Creative Thinker: I have received and evaluated information for my classmates in my English class so that their work can be developed to a better or well organized format. I have also received and evaluated information in my geometry class for instance my homework or when working with a team in a problem. I have identified problems and formulated solutions in my geometry class and in my chemistry class which was difficult but
I haven’t talk to them last year. They were good friends and I was so happy and enjoying it with my friends. I had been great to my friends and I had a great year helping them learning sign language, I know sign language and I help them. Also I have a sign language teacher who used sign language all the time and I took sign language class twice. I also have a deaf friend who is nice and I have been known her since I was about 3.
We immediately learned to welcome the 21 other ‘secrets to life’ in the classroom, and both appreciate and empathize with other 's ideas and stories. About three weeks into the semester our English class was to partake in an empathy interview. In this interview, each student selected and sat across from a classmate in which they may not be ‘close’ with, and asked them questions regarding who they are. The selection of questions varied throughout the classroom, but regardless needed to further the classmates understanding of one another. After concluding the interview, I found that the most captivating element throughout was the ability to compare my story and ‘secret to life’ with my partners.
Whether it’s babysitting, volunteering with children, or spending time with my three younger siblings, I have had a lot of experience working with children. I began my babysitting experience with my siblings, then family friends and neighbors. But, my best and favorite customers have been my parents that frequently have me care for my two sisters (ages 10 and 3) and brother (age 7) and we enjoy playing games, reading stories, and making art and crafts; also, I help them do homework, feed them meals and put them to sleep. Having younger siblings, I’ve truly grown to love working with children, and especially teaching them. At school, I am the vice-president of our Kids in Science and Engineering club, which is dedicated to spreading passion and knowledge of science and engineering to elementary school students.
Owre is a bright young man that is experiencing difficulties in the areas of reading and writing comprehension. Owre’s first quarter grades reflect a student that is struggling academically in those subjects. My initial introduction to Owre immediately picked up on a young man that is kind, soft spoken, and willing to learn. Three days a week for two hours a day I perform what is reference as Tier III and Tier II support services spending one on one time with the student as well as small group time increasing effective comprehensive skills that will ensure his academic success. Owre is zealous when it comes to taking on a challenge this is mirrored in his reading and writing for the reason that he has elevated his second quarter grades
The assignment required a video recording of twenty minutes from a lesson focusing on structure, pacing, classroom environment, and instructional strategies that promotes development and engagement of all ELL students. The positive feedback included the following: Print rich environment-this is necessary for ELL students because they can see the words from posters and from the grammar wall. The grammar wall allows students to see the different parts of speech and as we do lessons the words are placed on the wall so students can refer to it when writing sentences or looking for the precise word that will convey the meaning of their oral message. Good visual picture walk-during the small group reading, the book on the water cycle showed
Ms. King is a kindergarten teacher in the Metro Detroit area. Education is highly valued in her family. She has an elementary age son. As I was interviewing Ms. King, I learn that technology is a large component of literacy that she incorporates every chance she can. I learn that there are several apps that are specific to her son’s grade level that support his literacy.
The first memory I have of reading is in first grade. Every once and a while, parents were allowed to come to class and hear their kids read to them, so the kids can show off their progress they have made. Naturally I was excited for this, because I love to show off (humbly) my competency in nearly everything I can and this was a perfect opportunity for me to shine. I went over to the bookshelf and picked out a book that was challenging, yet not too hard, and sat down with my Mom so I could read to her. Everything was going smoothly until the word “island” came up, and I pronounced it “is-land”- I was so embarrassed.
The two literacy narratives I used were my classmate, Devin Chaffin, and Yutaro Hosoda from DALN. During class Devin talked about his 3rd grade English teacher. His English teacher’s name was Ms. Lucas and she taught at Hebron Elementary. When he was young he used to stutter. He was an excellent student in math, and strive to do as well in writing and reading.
Hour of Code is in its third year and encourages schools to introduce coding to all students, including the very young. The article details the Hour of Code held every December and describes free coding activities available through the website Code.org. Students can decide to experiment with coding through three different tutorials that are very appealing to children. The tutorials use characters and settings from Minecraft, a popular online game, Frozen and Star Wars both based on popular
During the middle of the year and my third reading test, something clicked. I flew through each reading. I was the fastest reader in my class. My teacher would write my parents notes on how quick and successful I was at reading. Now, I enjoy reading, but not as much as I used to.
Tell me how to spell it!” I announced with the utmost energy almost every two weeks. Day after day I would practice how to write certain words that we were assigned. Sometimes skipping play time with my friends to do “homework” that I made up myself. A couple weeks if not a month had passed and I had truly improved my
Carrillo Response to Paty Orozcoregalado Connection: HI Paty! I am glad to see that you brought up our 340 class. The assessments I did during the fieldwork for that class were some of my first hands on experience with using and interpreting screeners and individual studnt assessments. Discussion: I feel like this week’s reading has been great because it has helped me to further specify the uses of the many different types of tests and assessments. The collection that I have so far is; students wide screeners which seek to identify students who may be struggling, individual assessments which attempt to track development, such as a spelling inventory, pretests which assess how much student’s know before beginning a unit, formative assessments