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    This lesson will be taught in a Pre-K ESE classroom with 19 students. They are between the ages of three to five years old. Nine of the children are developmentally delayed (with speech delays, ADHD, and/or Autistic tendencies). Two students are English language learners. 17 students are dual language learners. Physical Science Physical Development D. Fine Motor Development 1. Demonstrates increasing control of small muscles Social and Emotional Development A. Pro-social Behaviors 3. Joins in group

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    Gain attention Addressed in the lesson: Item 1 Focus and Motivate: Demonstration Students make qualitative and quantitative observations of a candle as it burns. Effective: Stimulus that would gain the students attention and ensure the learners are thinking about the subject to be presented. Pose thought-provoking questions to the students. Have students pose questions to be answered by other students Inform learners of objectives Addressed in the lesson: Item 2 Objectives: 1. Describe the purpose

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    students. This will help her, as well as her students to succeed in the classroom. As a Liberal Studies major with an emphasis in History the author has learned how to teach both in a curriculum that integrates both subjects and how creating a lesson plan can help students understand what multiculturalism is. One thing that she feels was not taught during her time at CSUMB, is how to take on difficult situations in the classroom with different

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    time to give up. When Om impressed the teacher, Han just gave up and wasn't willing to endure and try again. If Han had kept trying, he probably would have gotten Om in trouble eventually. This was Om’s way of teaching Han and that other students a lesson in enduring through hard times. As a twisted hero, Om didn't just show the student how to endure through tough times, he forced them to do it

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    and I had discussed pre-observation, certain features to be observed and my EP, who was not a CIDTL candidate, had ticked all the boxes in such a simple yet effective manner. Some of her teaching practices stood out and helped me model my unit 2 lesson plan based on that. My EC set the tone of the class environment as safe and participative. She did this with a semi-formal and personal greeting to her students. This had captivated the attention of the students including mine. My EP had wonderfully

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    Jekoi D. Lassiter Personal Statement UNCG School of Education Degree Objective: M.Ed. My interest in the field of Education dates back to my primary years of school. Throughout my elementary years, I was always fascinated with aiding my fellow classmates in the area of reading comprehension, through the usage of breaking apart words and using the correct skills and strategies to attack reading passages and questions. This love for literacy increased throughout my grade school career. In my senior

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    Students will realize that each tribe has their own practices and beliefs ranging from their spirituality to how they take care of the land. The lesson examines how these practices have been around since time in memorial and were long practiced traditions at the time of the “discovery” of America and continue to be used. Procedures: Day 1: The lesson begins with students doing a pre-assessment of playing four corners. All four corners of the room are labelled either; one, two, three, or four, these

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    My Ideal Classroom

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    a teacher, but weeks later we start seeing things like “What is lead-in?”, “What is warm-up”, things like definitions for vocabulary that we were going to use in all the course, next we saw types of students and things like that, then we see how to plan a class, next we start observing classes of other teachers, then we start giving demo-classes with our classmates, and finally we start giving classes with real students. The best part of the course. About the things, I learnt I could say this: -Somethings

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    Briley Belling, Weekly Reflection # 8 How does the teacher plan the day, week, semester, year? My cooperating teacher keeps all lesson plans in a binder that are organized by each week, with the dates and times. There a spot next to each day, to write a note about the lesson being taught, the student activity, or an event that is happening. This way, there is a nice layout of the week, and what is happening and when. The content that is taught each quarter of the year, is planned in advanced with

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    your host teacher is doing for you because many teachers will not do it. I have had teachers turn me down for interviews and observations. My host teacher who i have now was willing to help me. I didn 't know that teachers are constant putting lesson plan together I wonder how

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    class. They were studying about the American flag and singing the Star Spangled banner. After the first graders left, Mrs. Whitmire gave me a sheet of her lesson plan. On the lesson plan, it had the lesson topics for September 8-14, 2015 which were String Family, Percussion Family, Piano, Forte, Piano, and Conductor. The objectives for these lesson topics were to review Forte/Piano and Loud/Quiet, to explore the piano, and to practice proper etiquette as a performer observer. Mrs. Whitmire captivated

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    shows how all these students are receiving nearly the same type of teaching and information from their English teachers. These teachers are limited to what they have to teach and are forced to focus their lesson plan around required material. High school students are being given the same lesson as every other English class. No student nor teacher has the chance to go beyond the curriculum and learn something new and different. Teachers should be allowed to pick the texts they want to teach their

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    I had the pleasure of visiting with Mrs. Cooke’s fifth grade class during my clinical experiences. Mrs. Cooke has a great rapport with her students and has very little difficult actively engaging students in learning. One of the “takeaways” from my visit references the students’ and teachers’ commitment to the principles of “The Leader in Me”. From a school-wide perspective, East Elementary School does not practice the traditional positive behavior interventions. Instead, the administration has adopted

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    feel like they were intrigued, I can only imagine what my students will think when I am up in front of them performing. After realizing how powerful this monologue is, I have found that this type of methodology would be a success for all students. I plan to use role play for my classroom rules at the start of the school year and hope to see an improvement in behaviors by doing so. Augusto Boal said it well, “The first word of the theatrical vocabulary is the human body, the main source of sound and

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    Now, having no official teaching experience before, I was startled when it came time for me to design the lesson plan. My students knew literally nothing and my aims were manifold. Rather intuitively, I realized my lessons should be based on my students’ needs, so first I conducted introductory informal interviews about their goals and expectations and later while observing progress and dynamics in class, I would

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    Individuals, working to be teachers, benefit from taking classes such as social studies, psychology, and language arts. Other classes that might be helpful are courses in teaching methods including those in curriculum design, which teaches how to plan lessons, the philosophy of education, which teaches how to instruct and manage students. To become a teacher, individuals are required to have a teacher’s certificate. To qualify for this certificate by earning “a four-or five-year Bachelor of Education

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    8th Class Geometry Essay

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    Case Study #2 Summary On November 29th, in this class session, there is a Japanese teacher teaching an 8th grade geometry class. I came to this conclusion because the teacher used angles and shapes, commonly used in geometry practices. Dr. Roberts explained that it is an eighth-grade classroom. There is evidence that would lead to this as well. The students seem young, but very bright. Geometry is also a common eighth or freshman year class as well. There are approximately thirty-five students attending

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    Ccld Unit 4 Assignment

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    The children been working on beginning letter sounds and this lesson is a new learning strategy to reinforce the concept in a fun and appealing song that help reproduce the sound patterns. Have been working with ELL students on letter sounds at beginning of words. Been going over the farmer in the del song and naming the animals on the farm as background knowledge and something to relate to the children to see the sound at the beginning match the animals. Students will be observed by the teacher

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    EDLA 6614 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Instructional Improvement Project-Action Plan Template Name SMART GOAL In two weeks, 80% of the students will be able to use a simple rubric to edit their classroom peers senteces with 80% accuracey. They will be ablt to check for capitals, end marks, and if the sentece has a subject and a predicate (a naming part and a telling part). RATIONALE After reflecting on my self evaluation, I scored proficient over all, but two areas stood out that need

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    walkthrough. What lesson did you observe? What actions were taking place during the lesson? Was the content being taught aligned to the standards/objectives (please provide detail). What form of assessments are being used? Utilize the NC Teacher Evaluation Standards as your guide. I visited a first grade classroom for my walkthrough. The teacher was teaching sequential order using measurements of length for the math lesson. The students were not all fully engaged into the lesson that she was teaching

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