I check for understanding and try to engage my ELL students to actively participate in the lesson. When they are done, I then ask each group to share their fact sheets and for the rest of the class to fill out the Navajo Culture handout on the board from what they learn from their classmates. When each group has presented their fact sheets, I instruct the students to fill out the other part of the Culture handout with their own culture. We then put those answers on the board. I instruct the students to put away their worksheets until tomorrow and project cloze sentences with the new vocabulary.
Behavior Expectation #1: The students must have their name and an appropriate heading on their papers. At the front of the classroom, I have a sample paper with exactly what I want and an example shown. • Name: Johnny Doe • Date: 10/06/2010 • Period: 3 • Assignment: pg. 21 # 6-15 Behavior Expectation #2: Once students are finished with their papers they are to turn them into the appropriate bin which I have placed on a table by my desk in the classroom. All students are to put their assignments in to the bin and not on my desk so I can keep everything organized.
My ambition and desire to advance my career lead me to take classes and studying my but off. As I was well liked by my fellow firefighters I was given help studying for my first promotional exam. With 4 years under my belt I thought I was ready to take over the department. 98 on my written exam I was in the top 10. With coaching from my mentors I knew all of the questions that were going to be ask by the oral interview board.
The organization of the room allowed for successful learning and definitely attributed to successful classroom management. The objectives for each subject were posted in the front of the classroom on the whiteboard. Upon entering Mrs. Howell's classroom at 8:00 A.M., she was reviewing a math worksheet previously done the day before. Students were correcting their answers and answering questions by raising their hands. When Mrs. Howell called on students to answer her questions, she stated their first name every time and used positive feedback after each answer.
So was now looking for a full job with a large company. That was a huge decision for me, because as much as I loved working for the entertainment companies. It was not paying the bills or allowing me to grow and move forward. Now I think that my decision making process was similar to the one in text. By I had realized that was a problem and I needed to address it.
The student that has a calculator always keeps it on top of his table, and the paraprofessional is constantly reminding him to use it. The students who have answers recorder sit at the same table; they are also next to a computer station where they can type their responses and print them out. The set of twins are seated away from each other to promote individualism. The students always receive modifications during instructions and for homework. The paraprofessional and special education teacher send examples of what the students are learning.
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She meets with her assistant teacher in the morning before the children come in and shares with her assistant what the lesson plan for the day is. Most of the classroom materials are prepared when the teacher is in the classroom, an hour before the students arrive. Miss Lisa and her assistant make sure that all the materials are where they belong. If a new lesson is going to be given, all the materials needed to give the lesson are placed in a section of the classroom where the teacher will have quick access to. Miss Lisa makes monthly scheduled parent meetings.
In high school I was in the future educators association. As well as the class that was involved in the group. We went to schools in our area and helped the teachers and helped us decide if teaching was right for us. This meant that we had to make lesson plans, keep peace and order in classroom, as assist students when help was needed. This was a very pleasant and unforgettable experience for me and my fellow classmates.
I knew I was skilled qualified for the position but I wasn’t degree qualified for the position. My manager told me that it was because I didn’t have a BA degree that was required to get the position. I stood back and looked for a minute and thought it shouldn’t take a BA to do this job and they stated I know but the company wanted someone with a BA