Teachers need to be self-reflective and to think about our own teaching. After each lesson I put the following questions to myself: Was the lesson effective?, What were my strengths and weaknesses?, How could it be improved? What follows are some of my reflections on various important items in my training period from the observations and own experiences carried out in the classrooms: -I have met lots of children in my internships and that is awesome for me. All the classrooms contain pupils with different abilities, different attitudes to English language and different styles of learning. I think that it is positive but also it is more difficult to respond to their different needs and interest.
People in school such as teachers have noticed that many kids are unhappy because of dress codes and uniforms. Many kids have changed because of dress codes and because of wearing uniforms. In this, I feel like many kids are being changed by dress codes and uniforms. I think schools shouldn’t have to have a dress codes and a uniform because i think dress codes and uniforms are a bad idea to have in
This teaches students that it’s okay to not turn in assignments on time because you will be pardoned for it, and it is unfair to those that do their work on time. “Students would be required to make up missed homework assignments by the next day, either before or after school.” (“Homework Study Hall: Mandatory "Make Up" for Missed Work” Education.worls.com. Education word) Teachers will see that students are performing better in a class room and choose to give the students more work or grade more harshly. The effect a study hall may have on a student will cause changes within a class room that might be a negative effect on students who are just beginning to get the hang of the grading process. Students that have been performing at their grade level may begin to struggle.
Parents will always think that children will make things messy and they need to spend more time to re-do the task, follow up what their children had done as compared to they do the work themselves. Despite, for the short term, it does affect the parents to follow up. However, for the long term, saying, once the children know the correct approach to do household, it does help to reduce the heavy burden on parents to do the housework. In addition, children are students too, their first priority should put on the study. Moreover, children nowadays are busy with tuition after school because their parents want their kids not only be the best but also lead the rest in the academic side.
Effective and efficient learning on the part of the students highly depends on teachers and the actions they take in their classes (Markley, 2004). Jordan, Mendro, and Weerasinghe (1997) reported that “by spending a few years with effective teachers can put even the most disadvantaged students on the path to success whereas a few years with ineffective teachers can deal students an academic blow which they may never recover”. However, Language practitioners and researchers have already recognized that teachers do not have a complete control over what learners learn from English language courses (Allwright, 1984 as cited in Breen, 2001a; Salimani, 2001). According to Williams and Burden (1997) learners perceptions of teaching have a great influence
Inclusion classrooms are described as a general education classroom in which the students with or without disabilities learn together. This would result in some mixed emotions towards the teacher’s responsibility, lowering the teacher’s effectiveness about being able to teach the rest of their peers in the classroom. Throughout this paper I will observing data of some perspectives in a classroom from Proquest.com that I will be putting in this paper. Common themes that will happen are the teachers needs for collaboration, shared responsibilities, planning time for lessons, and professional development. As I was viewing these observations the all have some excellent point of views about inclusion classrooms.
Here in this essay I 'll discuss some error correction techniques teachers can use while correcting their students mistakes both of two skills oral and written work. The current thinking of the second language learning is the students make lots of mistakes during among the learning period. Cathcart and Olsen (1976) found out that students need to be corrected all the time but Walker (1973) thought that if teachers correct students all the time they will destroy them instead of build
Inclusion Dale Sandfrey Brandman University: EDUU 511 February 12, 2018 Inclusion Every teacher looks for an edge when trying to educate their student. Inclusion gives that teacher an edge. When dealing with students with different abilities, it opens doors that can create excitement inside a classroom. Although inclusion is guaranteed by law, the use of its benefits outweigh the concerns of an uninformed majority. Inclusion is a term use to integrate general education students with students who have learning disabilities.
This is not saying that students in large schools don’t do well too, but they have a little better chance from getting to have moments and memories with their teachers and friends around them. Safety also plays a large role when talking about whether class sizes really
Bush (2003) stated in his education proposal that the quality of school directly affects students, teachers and parents. Yet there are a lot of children can be found with illiteracy, self-doubt and low expectations. Children who are illiteracy are left behind in a continuously developing world. School administration believes school should use latest technology to improve student academic performance (p. 2, 24). Although any child is not left behind (NCLB) Act of 2002 has emphasized the administrators to change the school curriculum into a standardized one.