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    No matter the extent of how life-changing an event may be, every person who has lived on this planet has experienced and been shaped by some sort of lesson. I experienced my life lesson sooner than most people, but I am grateful that I learned it when I did and I owe my life to this specific event. No matter a person’s age, gender, or situation, this lesson is vital to happily survive and excel in this world. The lesson I learned was to let go; I learned to let go of grudges, and to let go of toxic people in my life. In today’s society, people are concentrated on being loved and accepted by all people; but in order to be completely appreciated, people change who they are. People alter the way they look and behave in order to be pleasurable to a certain person, but may act like themselves around another person. I have heard the phrase “let go of people who do not make you a better person”, but I viewed this quote as a joke.…

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    Lesson Observation

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    the fluency sprint when I entered the class. Students were asked to take out the place value chart and a marker. Teacher passed out a Kleenex to erase. (Students talked while this transition was taking place.) Teacher reminded students that the voice level in class should be 0. Students continued to talk. Dexter and Brandon were called from class. They missed the introduction and practice for the skill taught today. (I do, We do) Teacher moved to the anticipatory set part of the lesson…

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    Theme Of Injustice In A Lesson Before Dying

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    Injustice and the Importance of Being a Man in A Lesson Before Dying Justitia, the goddess of justice, is portrayed with a blindfold holding scales and a sword, but she, in applying her scales and sword, has never been colorblind in the U. S. 1[1] Ernest J. Gaines accuses the legal injustice against the black population through an innocent convict, Jefferson's death in A Lesson Before Dying. However, Gaines penetrates the fact that the legal injustice is rather a result than a…

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    Essay On First Grade Lesson

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    Out of the different lessons I saw, I chose to do a critique on a First Grade lesson called, ‘Teeth with a Bite’. I chose this lesson because I think that 1st grade is an appropriate grade to start teaching the students the importance of taking care of their teeth and what can happen if they do not. I tend to think that this lesson could be taught at a Kindergarten level but perhaps First grade is more developmentally appropriate because the students can understand the information more clearly…

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    INTEGRATED CURRICULUM APPLICATION LESSON REFLECTION 1. What were your concerns prior to teaching your Integrated Lesson? I had many worries that came with this integrated lesson, but I would have to say my biggest concern was that I was going to have a hard time controlling the volume during this activity. The activity was very interactive and involved a price for the winning team. I thought this might cause some tension and craziness but it ended up going just fine and the children were very…

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    Guided Reading Lesson Plan

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    Before reading this text, I will meet with my ELL students to develop lesson plan more specific than the rest of the group may need. I know that being able to summarize will help ELLs with reading, so I know this activity will be a great activity as they can draw and write what they read about the story. The students will be able to draw the main events in the story according to the timeline (boxes) of events they construct on their worksheet. If the ELLs struggled with reading, then there is…

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    Importance Of Lesson Plan

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    This process was significant for me because it helped me to see how lesson planning is vital when it comes to the teaching-learning process. Allowing me to properly plan ahead helped me to stay organized and keep on track, thus allowing me to teach more. Not only that, I was able to help students reach objectives more easily and spend less time on managing the classroom. This provided me to have a coherent framework for effective teaching, to be more confident when delivering the lesson, and…

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    Summary: The Piano Lesson

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    The Piano Lesson by August Wilson explores the conflict within a family to sell their long-held piano. The inciting incident occurs when Boy Willie tells his sister Bernice that he plans on selling the piano. Berniece is completely opposed to this prospect. The piano has a history through their family and she finds that it is a tradition that she must keep alive. The crises occurs when Sutter’s ghost prevents Lymon and Boy Willie from being able to move the piano. Boy Willie finds this…

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    Ip Lesson Plan

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    students are reading when completing these activities? Identify instructional groupings you would use within the classroom (based on the profile of students above): (may include whole group, small group, pairs, individuals, centers, etc.) This lesson plan relies heavily on small group activities. For the warm up portion of the class, students will be in tables that were assigned by me. Students with IEP’s will be grouped with students that are higher performing or that would be beneficial for…

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    Lesson Study Classroom

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    Lesson study is a professional learning tool where teachers collaborate to study standards, instruction, and how students learn, such that all involved can improve instruction and learning in the classroom. Lesson study is the core process of professional learning that Japanese teachers use to continually improve the quality of the educational experiences they provide to their students (Wang-Iverson, 2005, p. 3). Lesson study begins with a team of teachers and other professionals identifying a…

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