Procedural Reflection

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This chapter brings light to the importance of thinking about the content that you are planning to teach before actually making the choice on how you want to teach it. There are two types of knowledge introduced in this chapter: Declarative and procedural. Declarative is defined as three kinds of information: facts, concept, and principles. Procedural is known as to know or know about something, procedural knowledge refers to knowing how to do something. As a teacher, you are guided by district curricula and in the case of students with disabilities, individualized education programs also known as IEP. The guidelines are known as state standards and common core standards. That set goals for in content areas like reading, math, and arts describing…show more content…
According to the reading, objectives are not only written for lessons and adjectives. They are also written for individualized education programs and for units of instruction. The four components of an object are content, behavior, condition, and criterion. By including the four components will allow you as a teacher to ensure that the students will gain knowledge. It was also mentioned that when writing an objective make sure it describes the learning outcome, not the activities or assignment. Reflection As a teacher, this chapter serves an importance when having to create lesson plans for classes like this class. As a teacher, the information in this section can be applied to my classroom for when creating lesson plans. Making sure I don't allow my main focus be on the amount of fun my students are having with the activities. Instead actually making sure the students grasp the concept of the objective. I will also take into consideration the four components of an objective. For some students, behavior prevents them from being able to sit and focus on the lesson being taught. Preventing students from achieving the learning objective at hand. So as a teacher plan my lessons according to my students' behavior, conditions, the content, and…show more content…
I think it is very important when utilizing groups to make sure that the group is made up of a balanced number of students. So in my classroom, I plan to allow students to pick random cards with group assignments on it. Allowing each group to be the correct size from three to six members. As a teacher, I will also keep in mind the importance of assigning each student a task to complete. A way that I will be able to monitor students' progress. I will also have students create a group evaluation sheet to hear from team players about other team
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