2- As the teacher instruct the class, that particular student seem to be sick; his hands were holding his head as if he had a headache, he did not open his note book to write the new words as the other student were doing, he was facing opposite direction of where the teacher was and he kept on squinting his eyes. The other children engaged in the activity the teacher presented, Michael on the other hand was doing his own, nevertheless he did not interrupt the students seating next to him. He did not talk throughout the period I observed him. He played with his pencil, he closes his book and he stared out the window.
3- Michael is not active; Erik Erikson would have described this child as passive. "Erik Erikson's theory of identity development proposes that a child's personality and sense of identity are strongly influenced by his or her active efforts to master the psychological and social conflicts of everyday life" Pg 33. Here is this child not socializing in his class, he isn't... [continues]
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