Marco had to implement high-quality reading instruction to his class. However, he knew his students were reading on different levels. He had to find a way to implement the new curriculum but ensure the students would meet their end of year goals. Marco decided to collaborate with other grade level teachers, give pretest to his students before teaching the lesson to see which students would need additional help, screening assessments in phonemic awareness, letter-naming skills and word-reading skills. During the school year, Marco used ongoing assessment data to tailor his lessons to his student’s needs.
She matures, especially when she heroically takes the place of her sister in the Hunger Games and fights back against the other tributes in the Games, often outsmarting them. Katniss has to learn to find herself in order to survive. In terms of love, Katniss has a developing love-triangle forming as well, between her childhood friend Gale, and her partner in the Hunger Games, Peeta. This is something that doesn’t come to term by the end of the novel. These two books present young adult aspects in the form of life after death and trying not to die in a dangerous situation.
For example, she witnesses bullying in kindergarten class. She fears the white girl with golden hair, “Stacey Sherwin was the kingmaker, already adept at wielding her power. A few days earlier, she had announced, “Jeannine Collins stinks like garbage water,” and Jeannine Collins had peeled away from the group, ripping her glasses from her tear-smudged face, while the other girls in Stacey’s coterie tittered (p.165). Because Stacey has the power to oppress the person she does not like, Lydia experiences panic when Stacey asks her to visit her home. Lydia is afraid for being choosing as the next target of the bullying.
Which she then got beat up after school. She tried again at Mary S. Black Elementary but the teacher didn't like her so that didn't turn out very well either. When she went to Welch Elementary she was put into special classes. People then started to whisper about the Walls kids all day. At the end of the day she is getting beat up again by some black girls.
The main character in the book Adeline, works hard for school. Meanwhile, she works hard because she has the hope that she can achieve her goals for the future. For example Adeline says, “The people in my books become real than anyone else, they make me forget.” Yen Mah pg. 173. This means that Adeline really focuses in school and continues to achieve her goals by studying hard and reading books.
For example, if a principal was to walk in, he/she will be able to see what the students would be learning that day. Not only are these important for her students to stay on schedule, but if she were to be absent, these lesson plans help the substitute know what the students need to complete that day. Another type of writing she deals with in her daily routine is sending emails. As mentioned before, Mrs. Martinez is the Head Grade Level Chair for Kindergarten which means she organizes and shares different ideas with the rest of the Kindergarten teachers. This is extremely important because they rely on her for her emails on what is going to happen
When I was in High School one of my teachers told me that one of my problems was going off topic. A way to help me fix that was by arranging a do what chart to help me identify the most important parts of the essay. I can use this skill in my Freshman Composition class to help me be successful. I can apply all the skills I learned to help me better my
Due to that I have seen the difference between grade school, high school, and college writing skills. In grade school, children are being taught how the school and teachers want the papers to be written. According to that teachers particular writing style preferences. Thus, not fully allowing students to fully become creative and excited about wanting to do a particular writing assignment. While a student is in high school and in college most of the students have a set foundation of skills about writing styles.
The novel “Speak”, written by Laurie Halse Anderson first published in the year 1999, deals with Melinda, an “outcast” (p. 4), who experiences her first year of high school while simultaneously trying to cope with the aftermath of sexual abuse during a party, which consists mainly of her not being able to speak. Since we are all aware of the fact that Melinda’s traumatic event led to a certain degree of dehumanization for her, the following words intend to focus on and elaborate Melinda’s struggle in school; how she views her teachers, her marks, her periods and to some degree also her peers and classmates. Starting right at the beginning Melinda enters her high school life with a healthy amount of prejudice. Probably having heard or
The play revolves around the plot of Stephen King’s first novel, Carrie. Set in Chamberlain, Maine, Carrie White is a high school student, who is severely bullied by her peers. Specially, Carrie is bullied by the “popular” crowd. However, home isn’t so good either, because Carrie currently resides with her overly religious, domineering mother. Soon enough, after a series of unfortunate events, Carrie discovers that she has a special, supernatural power, and begins to use it to her advantage.
Presenting Problem: Leslie is a 16 y/o female who is currently being detained until placement is found due eloping. Also has been demonstrated acting out behaviors, drug use, and association with gang member (which she denies affiliation with any gangs). Leslie struggles with her depression, self-injurious behaviors and association with negative peers. Yet, she frequently makes conflicting statements of wanting to do well and follow her home, school and community rules. Leslie was repeatedly confronted on her inability to be honest, skipping classes, associating with negative peers and substance abuse behaviors.
“I cry to let everything out” Initially, Melinda befriends Heather, a new girl to the school, but later Heather realizes that Melinda being her friend ruins her social reputation. When Melinda loses her only friend, her depression grows and she begins skipping class. Mr. Freeman and David Petrakis are the only people who notice Melinda’s
Mary, I received a call from Mr. Dennis Hyatt, he has twin girl 's who are 8 years old at Manzanita. According to Dad the girls are being bullied and physically harmed by the same girl every day. Mr. Hyatt indicated that he has spoken to Ms. Hayes regarding the issue and that Ms. Hayes would do an investigation to hear both sides of the story. According to Ms. Hyatt, Ms. Hayes relayed information that his girls are doing the one doing the bullying, which he doesn 't agree with because he as spoken to other kids in their class who live in his neighborhood and they have confirmed that the issue is not with his daughters. Today, Mr. Hyatt picked up his daughters and once again had physical scratch marks on their neck area.
Point 1: Sociolinguistics (8) 174w When it comes to reading, every student has different experiences in regards to what they are interested in reading. Working with students that are extremely diverse sociocultural theory addresses the importance of incorporate reading that students can relate to culturally. Implementing culturally diverse material, students begin to reflect with the story that they are reading and they are motivated to read because they are becoming part of the story. By implementing different cultures books, they are expanding their knowledge of other cultures that they are not familiar or were never aware. Adapting to students culture is important for a teacher to do, especially when teaching a diverse school because making those personal connections are crucial to building relationship with the students and their community.
Smile Smile by Raina Telgemeier is a book that talks about the challenges you can face during middle school. The author writes the book using her personal experience of 6th grade to high school. She is trying to let people know that there is many obstacles in life. A big part of your life includes you Middle School experience. The book’s character Raina Telgemeier happens to fall upon the many situations a Middle School can offer.