what she does during the day is that she is at school, or doing school work and helping around the house. The type of stories she likes to write about are fiction, non-fiction, fantasy, and mystery, and Her favorite stories she like to write about are fiction. She wrote this story because it taught her a lesson. Also why she writes stories is to inspire other people. What helps her
It would be important for myself as a teacher to help her stay on task. I can see her being very social, so one of those distractions may be who she sits by in class. I would hope to sit down with Charlotte to discuss what her goals were for the year as she seemed very smart and understood what she goes through on a daily basis. 3. Looking at Armstrong's Chapter 3, "The Joys of ADHD," find and type up a quote from the chapter that you really resonate with (that is, it has particular meaning or importance to you or affects you in a personal or emotional way).
I made a difference because I helped these students understand the materials they’re supposed to learn in class. This was eye opening because seeing how happy the kids understand something made me feel like a teacher. Personally, I learned kids love when adults care about them. They like it when I teach them math.
When coming to Arcadia High School I didn’t know what to feel like, would I say frightened, worried, or energized? For this reason I decided that I felt confused. I was a bit stressed at the thought of getting bad grades. I entered school and saw what looked like a beehive of people going where they needed to go. So like many freshmen on their first day I got lost looking for my first class, it was such a big school and many of the halls weren’t even in alphabetical order.
I was sent to the office, where I had to change into one of the school's lost and found red shirts. Furthermore, my school had to have an entire supply closet of uniforms for kids who failed to follow dress protocols. In addition, students don't enjoy wearing the uniforms. In fact, in paragraph seventeen of article three, Peter, an 11th grader who wears what he wants at his high school in Maryland, says, "school uniforms could be an unwelcome hurdle in social
From this day, I still remember how lonely I felt and how badly I wanted to be accepted. I dreaded to go to recess because I wasn't sure what type of crowd I would “ fit in” with. As I walked in class, I saw everyone divided into various cliques and eventually I found myself every week trying to fit in with a different one. I tried my best to act like those kids in order to fit in, I changed so many things such as my attitude, my clothing, my hairstyles and how I spoke in the span of one year. I was so desperate to feel like I was not alone and had real friends that I basically would’ve done anything for others to like me.
One thing I would say that is true is, both of our family members influenced us positively. A lesson taught to her upon numerous occasions was that things are not handed down to her. She has to truly earn it. Her favorite subject, coincidently coincides with mine; while science is her favorite subject, mine, math being essential for it. Teachers always say, “Math is needed in everyday life,” so having the influence of that in the subject is great.
My experience with co-teaching has been beneficial for my class especially for the ELLs and the monolingual students. When my mentor is teaching, my lowest students sit in a different table with me. Differentiation has helped them because they get additional help, clarification of any misconceptions, restating of key vocabulary or key points and also they get to use manipulatives that might help them understand a concept better. This differentiation has helped as they are testing higher in math and two ELL students are now reading at grade level. Co-teaching allows both teachers to work together and it allows for many instructional strategies.
Tiffani and Mrs. Tivia, they are so helpful and make my job much easier. We work as a team to educate two-years-old children on basic life learn lessons. We divide the children up into groups, depends on how many we get that day, and we do different activities with the children. Mrs. Tiffani group was Reading: she reads to them, teach them their alphabets, and their weeks and months. Mrs. Tivia group was Science: teach them their colors, the weather, and have different items to teach and describe how things feel.
Bumping into people while looking down and asking multiple people for direction even though I was shy. Giving five minutes after each class to get to the other, walking into a classroom on my first day people staring and observing. Moving to a different town is not about the new house, it is about adapting to a new environment. Moving away from family and friends can be a tough thing to do. I had to adjust to leaving my friends and family that I loved and seen almost every day.
In 7th grade, I transferred from Bryan Middle school to Visitation Catholic School and there was not enough room in the accelerated math program, which ultimately set me behind. In high school, I found myself bored in math and knew I needed to challenge myself, so I ended up setting up a meeting with the math department head and we discussed my options. Sophomore year, I ended up taking two math classes, which was not easy; double the test, quizzes and lessons! However, by taking two math classes, I was able to get myself into a higher math class which ultimately was my goal, and achieving it was an amazing feeling.
My first day at Larchmont Charter School, I was eager to meet new friends and start out a new life. I met my ELA and History teacher her name was Ms. Lorena and my Math and Science teacher her name was Ms. Emily. It was our first back to school night at Larchmont Charter School and my parents and I were talking to my new teachers about me having trouble with math, I always had a hard time with math it seems that I know the answer but I’m to afraid to get the answer wrong. My dad also told my new teacher’s that when I always use to take a test my teacher always use to point to the correct answer and helped me cheat.
“I don’t want to go there!” I yelled. “You should go! With me!” My dad said, “And no more rejection!”