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    Summary of Classroom Observations I conducted my observations at my Alma mater, Lakeside High School in Dekalb County, in Atlanta Georgia. About thirty minutes from Clayton State, some years back the student population was predominately Caucasian. But now and even when I attended, the minori
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    Fieldwork Report D: Classroom Interactions 1. Focus on one student for half hour during Language Arts a. Ernesto is the students I observed for 30 minutes during my observations. Ernesto is a struggling reading who can get distracted easily and keeps distracting the class.
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  • Reality in the Classroom
    Assignment 1 To what extent does the reality of classroom interaction substantiate the various theories of learning? Alison Weston Suffolk and Norfolk Secondary SCITT Sunday, 12 September 2004 Contents Page 1. Introduction: Aims and Objectives. 3 2. The Theorists and Their Theor
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  • Classroom Management
    Philosophy Paper My philosophy on classroom management is first learning and knowing the different rolls that a teacher plays on an everyday basis. I didn't know until this class that a teacher had so many rolls to play during the day. He or she may be the judge, parent, bad guy, social worker, c
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  • Observations and Strategies
    Grade 1 Classroom Observations Strategies 1. Has trouble remembering 1. Likes to use visual cues of the letters of the alphabet from one alphabet to copy from. Also day to the next, thus leading to benefits from a tactile approach difficulties with reading at the (shaving c
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  • Observations
    Class A Design: The format is casual and yet presented in a lecturing style. The room is limited in terms of seating options. Objectively the teacher is presenting material as a general overview of the complete content, trying to cover as much material as possible in each session. There is little t
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  • Philosophy of Classroom Management
    Running head: PHILOSOPHY OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Philosophy of Classroom Management My philosophy on classroom management begins with learning and being familiar with the various rolls that a teacher plays on an everyday basis. I didn’t know until taking this course that a teacher assumes
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  • Intructional Strategies for Ell Classrooms
    Instructional Strategies for ELL Classrooms Grand Canyon University SPE-523N English Language Teaching Foundations and Methods November 17, 2010 There are many different strategies that an instructor can use in ELL classrooms or in classrooms in which ELL students have been mainstreamed. As a
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  • Conducting Action Research in the Foreign Language Classroom
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  • Classroom Observaations
    KRK EDA 551 September 7, 2011 Classroom Observation Classroom observations are a vital part of the supervision and educational development process. A classroom observation allows the supervisor to get a clear picture of a teacher's classroom and what goes on in the classroom. By developing th
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  • Classroom Observation
    Properly conducted classroom observation is a powerful tool in the continuing professional development of teachers. The revised performance management arrangement for teachers, which came into force on 1 September, 2007, clearly set the expectation that classroom observations are to be developmental
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  • Qualitative Approaches to Classroom Research
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  • A Short View of Target Language Practices in the Classroom
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  • Language Acquisition in the Classroom: the Role of Digital Video
    Computer Assisted Language Learning 2001, Vol. 14, No. 3-4, pp. 305±319 0958-8221/01/1403-4±305$16.00 # Swets & Zeitlinger Language Acquisition in the Classroom: The Role of Digital Video Erwin Tschirner University of Leipzig, Germany ABSTRACT This paper looks at the potential of using
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  • Instructional Strategies for Ell Classrooms
    MODULE FIVE: INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR ELL CLASSROOMS Instructional Strategies for ELL Classrooms Angelica L. Tarver Grand Canyon University ESL – 223N SEI English Language Teaching: Foundations & Methodologies October 10, 2010 Abstract This paper takes a close look a
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  • Collaboration in the Classroom
     McClure, C. T. (2008). The benefits of teacher collaboration. District Administration, 44 (10), 82. The article titled: The Benefits of Teacher Collaboration seeks to establish collaboration as a valuable asset to the classroom. The article doesn’t give a direct definition of “collaborati
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  • Assessment Ell
    Assessments ELL Krystine M. Ngo Grand Canyon University ESL-223N SEI English Language Teaching: Foundations & Methodologies September 22, 2011 ELL Assessments Assessment is a valuable tool to measure students learning and achievement. It is an essential element for teacher to reflect on
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  • Investingating Ell Strategies
    Analyzing the Implementation of ELL Strategies Stacey Meyers Walden University Jen Xu Ph.D EDUC-66501 June 13, 2012 Analyzing and Implementing ELL Strategies The ELL strategies presented in the DVD were very informative, and I found myself intrigued with the lesson on St
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