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  • The Boy Who Would Be A Helicopter Book Analysis

    challenging to gain the necessary skills to develop their social/behavioral communication skills, whether in a classroom setting or at home. Jason is a young student in the book The Boy Who Would be a Helicopter that isolates himself from the other classmates in a world of helicopters. Through the teacher’s classroom management, our teacher…

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  • Summary Of Fish In A Tree

    Ally may not read or write very well, but her new teacher Mr. Daniels notices that she does think outside the box more than any other student he has had in the past. After reading this book I learned that if you don't try to fix your own problem, it will potentially hurt you or others around you. Ally can not read or write very well, so when her teacher asks her to write a paper about herself for her new teacher, she can't. When she finally starts writing it is not about her, she writes the…

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  • My Experience Of Reflectioning Autism In The Classroom

    I feel she displayed somewhat of a tough love among her students. She was firm when she needed to be, but very kind and caring at other times. Whenever a student did well she gave tremendous praise to that student. When a student was struggling and she knew that that student could do the task at hand. She provided the right amount of scaffolding to the student which allowed them to come to conclusions on their own. For example, during a class among my 2nd hour Mrs. Supple asked a student if he…

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  • What Is The Odd In Gryphon

    The Odd in Five Oaks Gryphon is a story by Charles Baxter made in Tommy’s point of view. In Five Oaks, Michigan, there is rarely anything interesting occurring. At his unenthusiastic school, Tommy’s 4th grade teacher, Mr. Hibler, gets terribly sick and calls in for a substitute the next day. Tommy expects the substitute teacher to be community college graduate moms who nervously cover material that the class has already mastered. To his wonder, the substitute is someone no one in Five Oaks has…

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  • Gryphon By Charles Baxter Summary

    Analysis of the Short Story “Gryphon” by Charles Baxter In the short story, “Gryphon”, the author, Charles Baxter, writes a story about a fourth-grader named Tommy who gets a strange substitute teacher, Miss Ferenczi, who tells “substitute facts” in order to expand students’ minds and make them wonder more (Baxter 253). The setting of the story is mainly in Tommy’s fourth-grade classroom at Garfield-Murray School in Five Oaks, “a rural community” in Michigan (Baxter 251). It takes place from…

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  • Reflection Paper On Substitute Teaching

    Introduction I assumed that substitute teaching would be a breeze. I asked myself how difficult could it be for a responsible, intelligent, a Christian teacher of adults and youth, 55+ year old career changing graduate student to enter a classroom and deliver pre-written lessons? Before making this statement of I can do this my field of study is in Addiction Counseling, graduating with a Master’s not knowing that the 3,000 intership hours are without pay. Working at a bank I quite so that I…

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  • Analysis Of Baxter's 'Gryphon' By Charles Baxter

    Conventional Meets Interesting Gryphons, or griffons, are mythological creatures with the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion. The new substitute teacher talks about these in the short story “Gryphon” written by Charles Baxter. This new substitute teacher comes in and disregards everything that the class had learned and done before that. Within the few days that she is there, she goes on to tell the class wild things about mythological creatures and angles that she claimed to…

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  • Restraint And Seclusion Analysis

    Within the special education setting, students can sometimes act out, or possibly do something that could harm himself or herself or another student. What do we as teachers do? Many teachers have found methods of restraint and seclusion when the student needs it. Over the years there have been many cases of using restraint and seclusion and having it turn into abuse. By more cases of abuse from restraint and seclusion there have been laws set in place in order to make sure the student, teacher,…

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  • The Featherless Chicken Book Report

    Mike Mulligan was so faithful to Mary Anne that he never left her side, even when she became apart of the town hall. I would love to have students think of two people who remind them Mike Mulligan and Mary Anne, it might be them and their parents or them and a teacher. I believe that God could easily take the place of Mike Mulligan, like Mike, God will always be by our side no matter what. Even when people say we can’t do certain things, God will always believe in us no matter what. Cronin, D.…

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  • Summary Of The Movie 'Detachment'

    Detachment is a movie that illustrates the lives of several high school teachers, administrators, and students as interpreted by a substitute teacher named Henry Barthes. Henry Barthes, a disengaged substitute teacher with a troubled past, ends up getting called to a public school where an apathetic student body and misguided parents have created a frustrated and angry group of teachers and administrators. Although he shuns emotional connections, and never stays long enough in one district to…

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