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    Teacher-Centered Teacher-centered instruction/planning is strategies that reflect direct instruction to students. The lesson planning for teacher-centered comes from behavior objectives, task analysis, and instructional taxonomies. Bloom’s taxonomy classifies educational objectives into three domains: cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. For the instruction part of this system, it can be done in three different ways, advance organizers, expository advance organizers, and comparative advance…

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    Lessons from the Classroom Introduction “For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” Aristotle summed up well what the reflections that follow are about. The Cambridge CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) course introduces many important lessons. However, the most significant ones are learnt by putting the theory into practice in the classroom: 1. My teaching strengths To build a good rapport with the students I am learning to establish…

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    traditions or heirlooms that have a great significance? Maybe a great-great grandmother’s ring or an instrument that has been in the family for years. These parts of your history help shape who you are and who your family is. In August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson, Berniece Charles denies and avoids her family’s history by not playing the piano and rejecting the existence of the Ghosts of the Yellow Dog. This reveals how embracing the past can be beneficial to present and future actions. The…

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    On August 23, 2015 I taught a preschool lesson with a Co teacher about “God Made Me.” I volunteer at Eagles Landing First Baptist Church in McDonough. During the lesson I read the story God Made You. We also read a scripture from a kids Bible the scripture was Psalm 139:13-14. The lesson lasted for two hours. After reading, I would ask the toddlers questions from the book. For example, who made you? And are you loved by God? After reading we would have song time and then craft time.…

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    The lessons learned in life are what guide the path for future success and allow mistakes to be avoided. One prime example of this is with the character Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird. Scout’s life is filled with controversy, hatred, and fear of the unknown, but she grows to understand all of this with the help of her father, Atticus. He--with the help of others--teaches Scout and her brother Jem very important lessons that will stay with them forever. Three of the most important life…

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    really glad we got to plan for and execute this lesson before we actually teach a lesson in our classroom with the students. I not only was able to learn what went well and what I could work on but I also was able to learn from my peers and things that went well and what could be changed in their lesson. It was less pressure to do them with our classmates first than it will be to teach it in a class full of 4th and 5th grade students. For my lesson, I choose to do the topic of immigration…

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    address political topics, express his emotions, and do things he would never be able to do out in the “white man’s world.” Decades after the Civil Rights Movement, in 1990, August Wilson wrote one of his more noteworthy productions called The Piano Lesson. This play is the fourth book in Wilson’s Pittsburgh Cycle which is a series…

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    What is an Effective Mathematics Lesson Plan? An effective mathematics lesson plan entails a teacher beginning with opening activities that will activate learner’s prior knowledge of the subject. The teachers will present clearly defined objectives and the reason why students need to learn the lesson. This will help students as well as teachers to concentrate on the important aspects that are implicated within the lesson. Additionally, teachers should choose problems that promote learning and…

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    Lessons of a Childhood Graduate Childhood means something different to each person. For some, their youth meant family and community; for others, being a youth meant self-discovery and independence. Regardless, everyone has a few core values they have learned from their childhood. For me, the most important parts of my childhood was adventure, sports and family. Adventure encourages risk-taking and new experiences. It allows individuals to discover their passions and a zest for life. Sports…

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    Playwright August Wilson uses his plays to display the struggles of Black Americans living throughout the twentieth century. In fact, August Wilson uses The piano Lesson to uncover the hardships Boy Willie and his family face focusing on a time when his family was held captive as slaves to a chance to own his own piece of land. The Piano Lesson demonstrates the importance of family heirlooms and how no amount of money could ever replace the sentimental value they hold. Berniece and Boy Willie…

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