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“We are going to take a pop-quiz,” are words that most probably will not be spoken in a real-life job after college is over. Instead, the boss will present a problem and expect its employees to come up with solutions to this problem , anticipated to be presented for discussion later that week. It is expected, in whatever career, to know simple skills like problem solving and even how to write a well-educated report based on research. Many schools have switched over to standardized testing as an accurate measure of a student’s, teacher, and a school’s success. However, evidence shows that standardized tests lead to stress, most importantly, among teenagers, and most information is not carried on past high school.
18.10.2016 Duygu COSKUN EDS2001 Reflection Paper: Freedom Writers HOW MUCH OF YOUR SUCCEESS IS YOUR TEACHER'S DOING? What would you do if all your students were in the middle of a gang war? This was an actual question on Erin Gruwell's mind. Erin Gruwell took a job as a first year teacher in Woodrow Wilson High School but what she did not foresee was that she would end up in a classroom where she'd had to use all her ability to prove herself as an amazing teacher. In this paper, we will talk about how she uses songs and such in her classroom activities that students are interested in to gain attention, how she uses field trips as a learning tool and how respecting someone will make you be respected.
6. Organization a. Lack of organization accounts for missed assignments, forgotten tests and lost notebooks. Planning each week and upcoming assignments helps students prepare for what is ahead and accomplish their academic goals. Iowa State University suggests that students carefully plan their schedule by looking at each course syllabus, marking important due dates, breaking down the workload into manageable sections and developing organized note-taking skills like putting chapter sections in an outline or using note cards to learn terminology.
Did you ever have a class between kindergarten and high school graduation that taught you how to handle money or how to find a job? Most of the high schools in the United States are not preparing the students for their future. The school curriculum mainly focuses on teaching students traditional subjects. However, along with teaching students traditional subjects, schools should prepare students for adult life. Many people in the society assume that students are already learning these life skills from their parents.
Meanwhile, all activities of teachers in the class B will be recorder to help the researcher to assess the experimental procedures. In class A, the traditional teaching method will be used. In this group no motivational strategies will be used by the teacher and the students have to learn English without any motivational intervention .In class B, some motivational strategies will be applied by the teacher and teachers help students explicitly and persuade them to speak English. The teacher also applies the motivational strategies to help students to learn new English sentences and practice the correct pronunciation of the words. This treatment will be applied for one term (20 sessions, 40 hours).
In addition to questionnaires, interview was conducted with English teachers and school principals by arranging considerate time for the interviewees. The interview was conducted with English teachers and directors of the study area. Observation was also used as the third data collection tool. According to Wajnryb (1995), “Being in classroom as an observer opens up a range of experiences and processes which can become part of the raw material of a teacher's professional growth” (p. 1). The two weeks’ observations were made on five sections, in the sample school in grade ten regarding the teachers, students and students’ activities in the classroom and at school level in general, and on the teachers' self-evaluation system by preparing
Grade Tick Tick (V) 8 9 10 11 12 PART 2 Teachers feeling towards students (4) The following are some of the feelings you may have about your students please indicate how you feel about mathematics teaching in secondary school, show the extent of agreement using the words; Strongly Agree (SA) = 1; Agree (DA) = 2; Undecided (UD) = 3; Disagree (A) = 4; Strongly Disagree (SD) = 5. Put a tick only in one box for each statement. If you make a mistake, put a cross through the marked box and then tick the correct box. Teachers’ Feelings about students 1 2 3 4 5 a Most students have problems in expressing themselves while asking or answering questions b If I were to judge my students, they appear dull and fear mathematics c Most of my students are shy to display their solutions on blackboard d My students only memorize the formulae without understanding e My students are always active during the lesson . F My students are always ready to learn PART 3 Assessment Techniques in
The teams would focus on how to respond to an assigned “problem” for the day. (RP, 2015) I would start the lesson by presenting to the class a problem statement in the first meeting and the students would discuss the problem statement within their assigned teams usually with a Problem Definition template: what you know, what you don’t know and what you need to find out. During the first meeting, I would not dwell into fine details of the problem statement, but only highlight some key words or clarify some key issues to look out when looking at this problem statement. The students would their first study break where they are supposed to continue with their peer learning, research and scaffolding during this break time so as to further develop some viable approaches for the problem where the teams could elaborate their learning and developments during the second meeting with the rest of the class and the facilitator. During the second meeting, I would check on the
Put a beside the student’s name in the column for the observed behaviour when it occurs. Student Names 52% Kayla 42% Schemeika 35% Stephanie 63% Shavell 57% Breanna 70% Cejay 72% Ryan 55% Raheem 55% Garnett 73% Kirk Observable Behaviours Takes part in class or group discussions Asks questions Answers teacher and student questions Listens when student or teacher speaks Makes constructive or positive comments to other students Becomes involved in planned activities Avoids interrupting a lesson or student presentation NB. The percentage beside each student’s name is the grade they received for their first six week test before the implementation started. Second Observation Assess student participation in the classroom by using observable student behaviour as a criterion. Put a beside the student’s name in the column for the observed behaviour when it occurs.