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THE LEARNER’S DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT
THE LEARNER’S DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT
FS
FIELD STUDY

SOCIAL INTERACTION INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM
SOCIAL INTERACTION INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM
ACTIVITY 3
ACTIVITY 3

FS STUDENT: JOSE GABRIEL G. ARTATES

FS TEACHER: DR. RIZA B. LINTAG

BSED-2A

Target Competency:
At the end of the activity. I will gain competence of how to manage a classroom that have a learners with different behaviors of how the student interact inside the classroom and also to the outside of the classroom, and how to react on this different situations that affects the learning. I will gain competence in determining, understanding, accepting diverse 5 aspects of personality.

Specific Task:
1. Visit a school and observe a class.
2. Observe the interaction that arise inside and outside the classroom. 3. Describe the characteristics of the learners in terms of age, gender, social and cultural diversity. 4. Interview your learners by means of giving questionnares. (Questions related to the 5 aspects of personality). 5. Interview the teacher who are those students that are participative in the class discussion and very interactive with other persons.

Introduction

Interaction is a kind of action that occurs as two or more objects have an effect upon one another. One of the most common interaction is the social interaction or sometimes called social relation.

Social interaction describes the relationship of two or more individual. Social interactions refer to particular forms of externalities, in which the actions of a reference group affect an individual’s preferences. The reference group depends on the context and is typically an individual’s family, neighbors, friends or peers.

Everyday we see the interaction of the people, no matter where they are places like in the house, public vehicles, church, and specially in school. The ability to interact of each individual may vary depending where they are.

Social interaction in school specially inside the classroom encompasses all types of interaction. Student-Teacher Interaction, Student-Student interaction, small group interaction, and the entire classroom interaction. There are several different ways to categorize classroom interaction, but all of the types of interaction are important to engage learning and to create well rounded young people inside and outside the classroom.

The five aspects of personality which are the physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spriritual aspect can affect of how student mingle or interact with others. Social interaction is not defined by type of physical relation or behavior, or by physical distance. It is a matter of a mutual subjective orientation towards each other. Moreover, social interaction requires a mutual orientation.

Observation to the Interaction of the Student Inside the Classroom Observation to the Interaction of the Student Inside the Classroom

1.In the room, the learners who are occupying the classroom were approximately 60 students. There are 20 males and 40 in females. Most of them are Roman Catholic in terms of religious setting. Their ages 12, 13, and 14. Since they are in MATH AND SCIENCE CLASS many from them are achievers and some of them are valedictorian and salutatorian.Some of them are came from minority level and there are others also who were reared by an average level family.

2.Many of the students are very interactive when it comes to when they are talking their seatmates. The students on that class that I observed has a harmonious relationship with other classmates and to their teacher. Many of the student talked softly and talked in a low volume of voice when they were communicating with others specially to their seatmates. My eyes observing each individual on that class, accidentally I observed two students that catch my attention. This two students...
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