Tell them to think about the question and how they would write about the question. 4. Show the students the paper that they will be using and how this similar to the previous lessons. 5. Tell the students do to their personally best and make sure that they draw pictures to match their writing.
If I were to choose one to use while in the classroom it would be a chart style strategy. With this strategy it is easy to keep track of any concern that an educator may have for the child or to keep track of their developmental progress. With charts I would be able to track of different activities that the child is interested in, by doing this I would be able to plan my lessons and activities around what I know the child is interested in. When using charts, it is easy to see when a child does or does not complete a specific task but it does not really focus on how the child is completing the task. For example, if the child likes to play with the blocks a lot then that does mean they enjoy the blocks over other toys, but they could not be building with the just the blocks.
It’s vital to a child’s learning experience that we as teachers watch what is going on at these stations. Our text clearly states, “Many students rush through the work at a center without really paying much attention. Teachers need to be alert to these problems and check the work of these students very carefully before allowing them to move on to a new learning center” or another assignment (Arends, 2009, p. 427). Late finishers are a little easier to address. Arends suggests that teacher’s should let these students have extra time on assignments either after school with teacher supervision, or at home for homework.
Another activity that the toddlers got to enjoy on that day was an activity at the sensory table. The table was filled with confetti paper and inside all the confetti was pictures of all the children in classroom. Each child had to dig through the confetti and find pictures of themselves but decided to find pictures of others in the classroom. Around this time, it was time
Moreover he or she should be able to adapt new practices to the needs of every student. I believe, the first step for every teacher is to attempt to build good relationships with students. Moreover, it is important to have good interrelationships with colleagues and administrators. Being able to establish respectful and caring relationships with colleagues can enrich the work experience. When I was in the middle school, my favorite teacher was the teacher of Ukrainian literature and language.
In each lesson, I chose to incorporate partner work into each whole group instruction time. As kindergartners, sometimes this class struggles to focus if they are asked to sit on the rug and just listen to a "lecture" style of teaching. In order to keep the students engaged throughout each lesson, I asked them to explore with a partner. This allowed the students to engage in the lesson and work with someone else. This method was particularly important for my three target students; Pau, Georgia and Kiden.
If the question were about the task requirement, the teacher would directly tell them. If the students had problem in what they were working on, the teacher avoided directly giving answers to students. Instead, he preferred to direct students to think. For example, when the student who sat back of the classroom, the teacher provided several suggestions to the students, but let the student add detail information on his own. When students need pen or paper, the teacher would give them.
Thus, the teacher can encourage them to invite others when they still have space in the hoops. While the teacher explains the rules, she can also raise a question that is “what if some students cannot find a home?” This is to stimulate their thinking on social problem solving skills. Teacher can guide them by asking questions or invite a few to be the “little teachers”. Instead of having the class teacher to help the left out ones, the “little teachers” can look for available hoops together with them. Therefore, children without home will not be alone and have bad feeling.
Although every school term, there are parents, student and teacher meeting, the teacher has to distribute rightful time for each student to discuss the student’s performance rather comparing or choosing selective students in communicating. Teachers should try to handle the student’s problem in a friendly manner. As a result, students turn to act responsive and respectful toward the teachers. Teachers also have to spend time demonstrate knowledge based on the student’s individual stage like student’s background, interest, emotional strength and academic
I spent a good amount of my time with her and asked her a numerous amount of questions. She asked me an abundance of questions as well, immediately, I could tell that she was a very curious child and she loved learning new things. While playing games with all the children, I observed how the children never stopped and how the teenagers got tired much quicker. By the end of the day I realized that that is what I want to do. I want to be able to interact with kids and make them happy just by doing the simple things, like physical activity.