All three classes have 90 minutes each and use online. Class observation 3 (Cory) The first class that I observed was Intermediate Listening 2 (a) class. There are 36 registers in the class. The teacher’s roll was to watch the students and support their listening when needed. According to the teacher, he tries to have the students think first and tries not to help them too much because the students’ English levels are high.
This means that when a student to well in the test or the assessment given, this will show to the teacher that the student have shown how much they have learn and understand the lesion been taught throughout the weeks. Linn & Gronlund (2000), assessment as getting information using a procedure; these means that
“A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines.” A sentence of the excerpt, telling that a foolish consistency is the act of doing something repeatedly simply because that is the way we learned. Consistently, Emerson tells that thoughts and actions come of what you learn at a young age. Just as every year students in schools do the same work as they have always done. Each year, every grade has set requirements that need accomplished by each student in order to be successful. These requirements are the same each year, all the people in that class did the same activity and people in the future will do the same activities those who came before them did.
Each lesson was different and had different instructions, but the material was the same. On the first day that I observed the students had to complete a short worksheet. Half of the piece of paper was a short story called, “Sam the Snowmen”, and the other half was questions the child had to complete about the story. The teacher made them read the story three times, and to keep track of that number, the students filled in a star after each time they read it. It was also pajama day at school.
Almost every student spoke about how the teacher had discussed back-up plans if they failed to achieve success in the IIT examination, showing that teachers suggested several strategies for anxiety reduction and control. Belongingness, love respect and acceptance: While showing sensitivity to the deficits that children experienced, teachers extended staunch support to students. Rahul remembered how his teacher had acknowledged his academic efforts in class that “you have also started studying!” Pulkit deeply enjoyed the recognition that his success in Math Olympiad garnered. Rajah too spoke about how he had earned a good place in the teacher’s heart. Ankit spoke about how his teachers used to “respect and recognize me a lot … [and] say you think very deeply”.
The top half of the assessment has the students find the definitions for each term and matching the correct letters to the terms. The bottom half of the assessment requires the students to know the meaning of each term in order to find in the blanks with the correct vocabulary term. This assessment illustrates my ability to meet this standard because it aligns with the objective of my lesson and the state standard. Along with that, I graded each student’s assessment using the same grading sheet to check their answers and made sure that each student was receiving the fair grade for their
For the third week of teaching at P.S. 200, I had the job of being the coder. The responsibility of the coder is to place the activities of the lesson into four different categories. The categories include management, which is getting and returning equipment as well as transitions and interruptions. The next category is instruction which includes explanations, demos, films, content, and discussion about the lesson.
They trust that their children will be safe with me and trust that I will teach them and give them the education that they deserve. English essayist Chesterton wrote, “Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another” ( Guillaume, 2016, p.29). As teachers we are the building blocks for our students education. In my Art class I try to expose my students to many things and try to show them that with a good education and hard work they can accomplish and do anything that they put their mind too. Even as a teacher, I learn from my students everyday.
The twelve years of the basic schooling system provide the foundations of any individual. The structure of the Paideia Curriculum stipulates: the first column engages the students in the acquisition of information and organization knowledge about nature, man, and human society; and the learning characteristic is true using textbooks and manuals, is didactic. The second column Engages students in developing habits of performance, which is all that in involve in the development of an art or skill. In the third Column, Here students are engaged in a process of enlightenment, the process whereby they develop theirs understanding of the basic and controlling ideas in all fields of subjects matter and come to appreciate all the human values embodied in works of art. 2.
My student teaching experiences has been the best and aspiring experienced in my life. I took all the responsibility as a practice teacher and accepted any consequences either if it good or bad. At first, I’m so very excited that I reached this level; apply what I’ve learned in college most specifically the theories, strategies in teaching. Before we entered the practice teaching our administrator and coordinator of Initao College oriented all the interns on what to do and what are the things that we should avoid and discussed the important matters about our practice teaching. In this way, I have a little background that made me motivated of whatever challenges may come into my life I will face on it since life is full of surprises and all I have to do is enjoy it while I’m young wild and free for making things possible.