Anisha Spellman Benchmark Assessment: Language Arts Unit Plan Grand Canyon University: EED-525 November 27, 2013 “Learning to read and reading to learn” is a quote that one of the schools in my district uses to help motivate reading in all students and their families. I believe reading is an important aspect of all lives. What exactly would the world be like without the reading? It is crucial that we teach this to all of the little children while they are young and trying to learn. The more they practice and the more teachers and parents instill this in their minds, the better they will become.
In the beginning of the article laird starts out by saying “The honey moon is over.” Laird is trying to paint a portrait that she used to love to be an online teacher. She could meet new students from everywhere and post simple assignments and her day would go by smoothly. But now this seasoned online teacher is feeling the stress of her online composition class. In The Classroom Laird gets to see her students and her students get to see her. They can react to the way she is feeling and they can get an answer to a question right there.
There is a positive culture of learning and development that is celebrated by merits, certificates, displays and praise from teaching staff. School trips are used to help pupils to work together and increase team work and bonding. School clubs are varied and encourage pupils to further their interests in other areas. The school has an inclusive environment and positively reflects the importance of diversity, every effort is made to ensure that all pupils can be involved in all areas of school life and other cultures are celebrated. The aims or vision of a school are often seen in the school literature and are set by the head teacher in collaboration with the staff, parents and community.
Date of Observation: May 23, 20014 Student Observer: Samaris Negron Child Name: Dineris Rodriguez Age: 12 Time Started: 8:00 am Ended: 8:30 am PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: She has eyes and Brown hair, their skin color is white, she is thin and wears short pants with pink Nike shirt and sneakers pink and black. PEOPLE PRESENT: The Teacher Ms. Stacy and the Teacher Aids in the classroom. #1. Dineris appears to be very friendly, happy temperament. She smile when she sees the teacher and her classmates, and like very much interact with the roommates, but especially with Rachel.
Marcela Perez Teacher Assistant Ketchings Cradle Child Dev. February 2, 2009 I am very interested in the teacher assistant position advertised in 35 S. 19th Ave. in Maywood, IL. Please accept my application for the position as teacher assistant at your daycare although I have little experience but I enjoy learning and trying new things. I would like to develop strong teaching skills while creating a fun learning and challenging experience for young motivated children. The preschool/daycare age group is very inspiring to me, because although I have a child of my own, children are very interested in learning new things and they are also very expressive.
Intended Goal: To encourage the children’s imaginative play and creativity. Develop their fine motor and eye-hand coordination. Developmentally Appropriate: This activity is developmentally appropriate because music activities are a ton of fun and the children are able to learn about each other culture since they come from different countries. Many children communicate better through music and can make friends easier. RC II-4 Fine Motors (indoor activity) Title: Shaving Cream Age: 4 years
The governess becomes captivated by everything that the children do and everywhere that they go, and on one occasion, she reports to Mrs. Grose that the “romance of the nursery, the mere presence of the children, and the poetry of the schoolroom” (James 26) excites her to the point of no return. This statement shows that the governess has very amateur experience with young children, because any proficient child caretaker would know that although young children require monitoring, granting them freedom
Good morning everyone, today I will introduce an important character from both the film and the novel ‘Holes’. Her name is Kissing Kate Barlow. She is a primary school teacher. She is kind and responsible (for example: she always wants to help people to learn to read and write). She and an onion picker are in love his name is Sam.
Nurseries provide good education for children from age three upwards to the age of four when they move up a year into reception class. By providing enjoyable activities like painting and colouring, it educates the children, because it’s learning them through play. The children are put into groups of their ability with the nursery nurses, and will join in with work such as number counting, learning shapes, and colours and also learn how to write their names in a fun way by using play dough or clay. Besides those activities learning how to write their names it is also learning them their alphabet and recognising letters Nurseries have staff that are loving and caring and always have a friendly approach. The children will feel more comfortable in school and they will feel
Describe and analyse a situation where the teacher’s understanding of Word Classes informed the teaching and learning. During literacy hour the children were introduced and reminded of word classes, their learning objective for the lesson being: ‘I can choose appropriate sound adjectives’. The lesson began with a quick reminder of the word classes already covered. These included verbs, nouns and adjectives. As part of a group discussion, the children were asked to answer a number of closed questions such as ‘Can anybody tell me what a noun is?’, ‘Can anybody give me an example of this?’.