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    A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest J. Gaines takes place in the 1940’s, a time period of segregation. This was a time when blacks were often at fault for a crime they did not commit, such as what transpired in this book. A man named Jefferson was convicted of a crime he did not commit and was insulted during court. Now his family, friends, and even Jefferson himself were trying to prove the white community wrong about their beliefs that a black man is unequal and lacks dignity for both Jefferson…

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    Multicultural Lesson Critique My neighbors in the apartment building I live have a lot of little kids, so I went around asking parents for their consent if their children could participate in a mini lesson regarding body image. I came across my lesson on ww.tolerance.org regarding body image, it is called “What is Body Image”. This lesson is designed towards the grades of PreK-5th grade as long as you adjust to meet the standards in each grade level. Depending on the grade level the lesson can…

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    a.p. 27-task 14 Choosing content that relevant to pupils, is very important in a language lessons. This is based on 3 assumptions. 1. Pupils will learn language more successfully, if the subject of the lessons will be relevant for them, and they will feel that they will be able to use with the content in the near future or in their life in general. 2. Learning new language can be very embarrassing, especially during the adolescence. If we as a teachers can bring subject that appeal the pupils,…

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    ability in hopes of broadening my understanding of the arts. Now that the course is coming to a close, I am proud to have participated in this class because it exceeded my expectations due to the passionate teachers and the comprehensive and engaging lessons they taught in music, theatre, visual art, and dance. As a result, this course has greatly enriched my knowledge of arts, arts integration, and arts…

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    The two subject areas that I chose to complete my back to back lessons on were reading and writing. There were two major factors that went into my selection. The first was that there are only two times during the day when two lessons are taught back to back. The first is reading and writing in the morning and the other is social studies and science in the afternoon. Because I had already taught lessons in the science and social studies areas, I decided that it would benefit me more if I chose…

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    This lesson was very fun and engaging for all students, but after using it there are a couple things I would change to improve the inclusiveness of the lesson. The first thing I would add if I were to do this lesson again would be to have an exemplar that I have constructed on Lego Builder to show the class. The reason I did not make an exemplar was due to time constraints, this created time delays for some students who had difficulty visualizing what they were making. When this happened I…

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    Siddhartha Journey

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    such as knowledge and curiosity. Siddhartha’s journey of self- discovery was not only filled with setbacks, but with spiritual breakthroughs. Even though both setbacks and breakthroughs differ. Siddhartha was able to achieve enlightenment with the lessons learned from both setbacks and breakthroughs. Within the story of Siddhartha, there are many crucial misfortunes that divert Siddhartha from the path to enlightenment. One obstacle Siddhartha faces are due to his inability to focus directly…

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    activity as an informal assessment of knowledge, and other days we start with what the day’s objectives are and what I hope students will gain from the lesson. I follow our school’s Marzano method in regards to having visible objectives to students that are clear and concise. I have the thought process that it helps give guidance to the day’s lesson by having a clear direction and objective visible to all students and a helpful reminder to myself. For adapts pace by monitoring student…

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    we have completed this, we start with a daily problem from the lesson the day before to review. Then we begin our lessons. At the end of the hour, I give them time to make sure their planners are accurate and they mark the assignments finished or unfinished and put them in the correct subject area in their notebooks. Assessing student learning: Students will be assessed by written tests, oral tests, and classroom projects. Most lessons are structured in my classroom with the exception of Study…

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    Students then took a lesson quiz over the learning goal, and they received immediate feedback on their email. Those students who received feedback indicating they were non proficient on the learning goal were directed to the back table for reteaching. Since Ms. Yoder was absent, we planned for me to provide reteaching to the students, and the substitute to keep a close eye on the students who were working independently at their desks. During the reteaching, I followed a direct lesson…

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