On top of all of that, the teacher, Mrs. Boyle. I always talked in class and she didn’t really like me for that. When we walked into the room, she was standing by the door, waiting to collect homework. I couldn’t wait to see her face when I told her what happened. Last night, I was sitting at my dining room table finishing the worksheet.
The police and told the mayor of the town, the mayor decided to have a town meeting about the house and told everyone to stay away from the house. The town's biggest toughest bullies decided to go into the house and explore the building. They explored till they came to the closet door that contains the doll inside. One of the members opened the door and the doll was already looking at the door like it was waiting for them to open the door. They shut the door and the door flew open with the doll up in the air with the black devils face behind the doll.
Anxiety spread across the school like an epidemic, and like all sicknesses, kept the students at home. Only this time they aren’t resting. The bell indicating the start of school rang. My teacher looked at the doorway to see if there was anyone else coming. There wasn’t She got up and closed the door, ready to start class with half her students.
Mrs. Derk's helped me out of the stroller and then lead me into the teachers lounge where there was a group of cubbies that each had a teachers name on it. She gave me a stack of envelopes and papers with names I did not recognize. She taught me the different names and where they went in the group of cubbies. This experience made my day and also helped teach me some names of teachers I would later
The classroom has letters, words, print, and numbers all over the room. There will be large and small group learning during the routine of the day. This can be in the transitions to and from the bathroom by have the students help you count all the student to check they are all out of the bathroom. Pre-Academic Adaptations Pre-Math Autumn would benefit from various learning context, teacher provides focused mathematics time that is interesting and meaningful, integrating math learning experiences with curriculum areas throughout the day. Pre-Literacy Autumn would benefit from engaging and comprehension by using strategies such as reading with expression and asking questions.
The role of an interpreter is to do your best to translate what one person is saying and repeat in a way that the other individual is able to understand. If I was this person, I think my expectation would be to teach them that there are better ways to say things. This person is their personal one-on-one aide and they should have that moral value when working with a student in the school system. This could have been prevented. Question 1 on page 244 for the “Discrimination and a Recognized Interest in Teaching” case
The Spongebob Apocalypse One night I was in the school cleaning the cafiteria for tomorrow, and I heard a strange noise coming from the gym. So I decided to go in and see what it was, but when I got there I saw a strange figure in the middle of the gym that was standing there. It looked like a large square that had skinny legs and skinny arms. It was really dark so I couldn’t see much. I said to the figure “who are you and what are you doing here”.
I was fortunate to be placed in Ms. Gohil’s classroom because her classroom was dedicated to students with special needs. This allowed me to experience first hand what an actual special education teacher does during a typical class day. I also was able to see paraprofessional work with the students on constant bases, not like my previous experience where the paraprofessional would only visit the child for approximately 20 - 30 mins per class period. What I also like was that I witnessed various behavioral changes from students and was able to see in real time how the teacher and paraprofessional handled these behaviors. At first, I did not understand some of the techniques that were being used, but then I would ask Ms. Gohil questions and she
"Do you want to get dropped too?" I jokingly ask. Vivian and I part ways as I head to my first hour class, Economics. "Class please remain on the wall, you have a seating arrangement." Mr. Winters says to all of us entering the classroom.
The hallway, stairs, and exits are from obstacles that can cause injury to the children. In the classroom they is phone number for poison center and, other emergency numbers is posted where they can be seen. They is exit door in the classroom. The fire extinguisher can be reached easily and Mrs. Johnson informed me that all the staff members know how to use them. Also, the smoke detector system is in very room the children spend time.
When you first walk into the classroom you unknowingly familiarizing yourself with your environment, for example; you notice the low buzz of the air condition humming above you, the navy-blue standard school chair, cold to the touch from hours of vacancy, the four posters posted on the beige bulletin board that reminds you of the color of your tea after you have poured too much cream into it, or even the ten unfamiliar faces staring straight at you. There is a white board in the front of the classroom for when there are assignments or notes that need to be taken. The smooth grey tables have two outlets in the middle that allows students to charge devices if needed. There is also an orange and black cord that wraps around and in-between desk like an out of control jungle vines. Everything in the room has its own place and
I would use this day to allow the students to have independent work and practice time to work on the different properties that we studied during the week. I would have 4-5 activities picked out and ready for the students to work on. The first activity that I would have the students work on is an instructional math game on the laptops. The game is from Math Blaster and explains to students that a+b=b+a (commutative property), and then provides an example of this with numbers; (example- 3+6=9 and 6+3=9 or 9-6=3). Students would also be able to do an instructional computer game on the Associative property of addition.
We use guided instruction to promote creative and critical thinking. With our method of guided instruction, we use the idea of creative projects to assess learning of our students. Our guided instruction theory makes learning interactive and our educators make use of creative projects and presentation, integrating technology and other resources, rather than constant worksheets. Here at Ronald Reagan Middle School, we have a wide diversity of students. In the sixth grade alone, there are a total of one-hundred and forty-five students.
The school Philosophy is very evident and their mission of providing students with the concepts, the skills and training required to lead productive lives. There is a gym, art room, music room, library, and computer and depending on what day of the week decides what resource they will attend. Also the school has a faculty lounge, but they don’t have parent room. Throughout