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    Several students shouted out “That’s me a fireman, I gone rescue people and put water on the fire.” No that’s me a police lady, I going to arrest people and put them in jail.” “I gone be that one a construction man and wear a yellow hat.” As, the lesson continued the story of Percy’s Neighborhood by Stuart J. Murphy was well received. The students began to ask and tell stories about their experiences in their…

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    Modification 1 [M]: An elaboration was added to the curriculum and content area to further clarify the direction of the lesson. M2: The link to the previous version 7.5 of the Australian Curriculum ACHCK027 was removed as it was not necessary because it was very much the same content descriptor as ACHASSK118. M3: The objectives were simplified and linked to the sequence of activities in the lesson plan to enable students to achieve the intended learning outcomes (Marsh, Clarke, Pittaway, 2014,…

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    A less comfortable path to explore is my weaknesses, yet I will press on. As silly as it may seem to an external eye, one of my major weaknesses in the first few weeks was that I doubted myself, the extent of my knowledge, and my ability to help my students. I felt somewhat out of place in my tutoring sessions considering the proximity in age and my lack of experience in tutoring reading comprehension and literacy skills. Within a few weeks, I realized that I had an academic knowledge base,…

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    During my fieldwork observations of the second grade in PS 119, I had the opportunity to observe some of their social studies lessons. One the lessons was based on a reading aloud of the fairytale Little Red Riding Hood as a medium to teach the students the importance of following instruction given by authority figures and the consequences of disobeying them. This lesson was part of the topics regarding the Civic Ideals and Practices, which is one of the inquires developed in second grade. In…

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    because if you do not follow through with your plan then students will not listen to all of the other steps again. I have to be considerable and consistent with the consequences as well. I need to remember to stay focused on the conflict and save lessons for later. Conclusion All of these steps and precautions will help me have great control over my classroom. The whole reason for having a good classroom management plan is so that I have more time to teach. When I have more time to teach, I…

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    deserve. Learning should be presented in different methods, and styles, filled with creativity, and life lessons. Each child is unique and learns in different ways. For example there are children who are visual, verbal, auditory-musical, mathematical, interpersonal, and interpersonal learners. As a future teacher, it will be my responsibility to incorporate all learning styles into my lesson plans, and always be prepared to present an activity in an alternative way, so each activity is age…

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    Chemistry Class Reflection

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    My improvements and lesson plans from this semester are going to be particularly helpful for one class. The class is Integrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC). I will be teaching the physics side during my semester of student teaching. Most students in this class have Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and struggle with math. In addition to the curriculum preparation through my practicum, I feel I have a better understanding of how to scaffold lessons which will help me be a more effective…

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    art lesson is also very different. This is because I had to look up art standards and each lesson had more steps and materials. When creating art lessons you had to come up with creativity ideas to get the supplies that you needed in the classroom. At first when I was writing my first lesson I was stressed because I have never done one, but as I started and went through it, it was actually fairly easy and just like other lessons, just more detail and standards. I feel that teaching art lessons…

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    Language Arts. This will allow me to observe lessons one week and assessments the following week. I am personally used to running a five-day block; I feel the seven-day block has both benefits and disadvantages. One benefit would be it allows students more time to grasp a concept. Another benefit would be having time to catch up if a student is absent. And last, teachers would be given more time to be flexible with slowing down or speeding up the pace of the lesson. The only disadvantage I…

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    high expectations and plan accordingly. 2. A lesson plan needs the following; a. An aim- This is essential in describing my purpose of teaching a topic. It will be the primary focus and a very critical part because it supports why the lesson is being implemented. In addition, it will help with assessment of the students…

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