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Human Observation report
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...hours. Hypothesis In relation to a review of relevant literature concerning television watching among the school-going children in America, most scholars agree that television-watching mode in the American society has an immense implication in the society both immediately and compounded. Television watching especially among the children has a psychological command on the children impacting the need for the child to emulate certain characters in the television. Nevertheless, television watching among the school-going children can have both positive and negative implication depending... Television watching among schoolchildren and its social effects Introduction According to the American media...
Child Observation
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...Child observation In early childhood development and education, observation plays an important role as an assessment tool. Through the observation of a child, the learning and the effectiveness of the instructional strategies used are evaluated. Through the observation, information on any weak areas in the development of the child will be established. The study was administered through observation, because children of the subject’s age are less likely to respond well to written tests and examinations. Through the exercise and the interview to be held with...
Child Observation
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...child. This principle predetermines the corresponding approach to education, especially in the age of from 3 till 7 years. At first sight, all children of the same age seem similar to each other, but at detailed observation over each of them, we are able to consider born or got particular features or deviations in their development. Some of them may and should be corrected and, on the contrary, observers should provide the best development to positive qualities of a child. Not all adults working with children are involved in formal observation of the children. However, "all are observing and making judgments on a daily basis. Structured... The early years setting is the most responsible period of...
Child observation
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...observe my nephew for the observation hours in this project. The observations took place over several weeks. Luke is five years old. Heis the third child in a family of six children. His parents are both educated professionals that have provided a very comfortable, stable home environment for Luke. His mother is a stay-at-home mom, despite the fact that she has had a successful career as a manager and business consultant before having children. She and her husband both agreed that once they began their family, Mary, Luke’s mom would stay home to be with the children. Most of the observation activities involved everyday activities such as playing with various manipulative toys (blocks... I chose to...
child observation
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...observation Session Number Age of child: 3 years/ 2months Setting: Playgroup What I saw My thoughts My feelings Trish arrives at the playgroup holding on to a teddy bear. Her mother signs her up and gives her a kiss. Trish holds on tightly to her skirt and begins to cry. The caregiver tries to pry her away from her mother and she shouts, “No!”. Her mother manages to slip away from her and bids her goodbye. Trish begins to cry and screams, “Mummy!”. The caregiver takes her and brings her to the toy shelf. Trish stops crying and chooses a tray of blocks to bring to the table. Trish’s friend, Nate also arrived and took a seat beside Trish. Trish looked at him and the caregiver told her... s for Trish’s...
Child Observation
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...report the child’s is Jack. He is a 23 month, African male. He lives with his mother, father, four year old brother, grandmother and grand father. His family is of a middle class socioeconomic background. Both his father and mother work therefore he is left at home with his grandmother and grandfather. He is especially attached to his grandfather. For the period of my observation, Jack was involved in a physical confrontation with his four year old brother. At first he was playing happily with his toy and enjoying the full attention of those around him. After about five minutes of solitaire play with his toy car which was interjected with loving remarks from his mother... For the purpose of this report ...
Child Observation
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...observation was done for a period of 30minutes. It was a very successful observation process where I could watch different emotional and physical behavior of child. John being a child of 5 years has all the physical and cognitive development of a 5 year old child. He during the process of observation interacted with me and his mother in a healthy manner. This observation process has helped me to understand more keenly about the physical and mental development and behavioral process of a young child who is of 5 years of age. Altogether, it...
Child Observation
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...child development and summarized these stages through use of different theories. This essay is going to analyze the behaviour of a young child and try to explain it through use of these different theories. Overview This study looked into the case of an 8 year old boy by the name of Jerry, who was playing in the park with his friends while his parents were watching him. Children undergo different stages of growth from childhood to adulthood and this is best explained by theorists... ?Psychology Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts 14th March, Introduction In the process ofgrowing up, people undergo different stages and these stages are common in everybody. As a result, a lot of scientists have studied...
child observation
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...Observation of a Child in Middle Childhood Michael is a 7 year old boy with chestnut hair and adorable freckles on his face. He is medium built and is very agile in his movements. He was observed while playing in the playground. He seems to be a friendly fellow who has a ready smile for anyone. In the sand box, he started molding a “volcano” with his palms and while doing it, he kept talking about how hot the volcano is and what could be inside it. He poked his finger at the tip of the cone to make a hole and with a smile, said, “There, it’s done and it’s bubbling inside!” When his friend, Alvin arrived, he hurriedly ran to him and said, “Heyyyy!!!! You’re here!!!” then he signalled to Alvin...
child observation
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...observer because the boy is resisting, crying and trying to pull away from the mother’s firm grip. The boy is about four years old and just above his left eye, a white plaster is clearly visible, covering a wound that appears to be a minor graze. On his arms, there is a black scab on the right elbow and left knee, indicating that he could have fallen on a rough surface. The boy is in a white short-sleeved shirt that has black stains on the breast pocket and beige shorts. The stains are fresh, and they are oily and greasy. The mall... ?Introduction In a hot afternoon, a woman in mid thirties strolls in shopping mall towing her son in her left hand. Their entrance into the mall is noticeable to a casual...
CHILD OBSERVATION
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...Observation A woman in her 20’s approached a man who seems patiently waiting for her in a public park. The uneasiness and anxiety are evident in her face. She seems resistant to approach the man. Meanwhile, the man was preoccupied with time as he continuously checked his watch. He rose from his seat upon seeing her approach him. He smiled at the woman, but the woman failed to smile back. She bowed her head as she approached the man. She then uttered apologies to the man. The man reassured her that he had not waited long, and there’s nothing to worry, but the woman kept on apologizing. It is evident that her anxiety and uneasiness remained even after the man’s...
Child Observation
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...Child Observation: I found a 7 years child studying in the kindergarten to observe for 30 minutes. This child was the class fellow of my nephew who was his age. I went to drop my nephew at school, but did not let him know that I would stay for this task until the recess. I observed the unknown child for 30 minutes while it was 30 minutes break. I hid myself behind a good thick fat trunk of the Oak Tree. I was allowed in the school for I had formerly seeked permission from the principal regarding this and had taken her into confidence with respect to the project. For the rest of this paper, I shall call this child X. It was 10: 30 am, and was mid time break for 30 minutes... in the school in...
observation report
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...Observation Report A. Background Background of the Community, room Environment, Teachers The of the community is P.S. 17 Henry David Thoreau for providing education to the special care children. It is located in the Long Island City that is situated in the New York. The pin-code of the location where the school is situated is 11102. This particular community is a school that is centred in the heart of New York City. It is considered to be an elementary school that holds around 560 students till the 5th grade. Apart from this, the overall ratio of the students to that of the teachers is 13:1. Considering all the available facilities, it has been determined...
Observation Report
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...Observational Report Observational Report Introduction Assessment involves the evaluation of skills acquired by fromthe theory delivered in class. Assessment of practical skills such as presentation and interview skills requires proper consideration of the students’ use of language and nonverbal communication skills. Students were presented with two tasks that required them to use a diverse range of skills. One of the tasks involved playing roles in an interview and making a presentation to the members of the class. Successful assessment should involve giving of feedback highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the...
Observation Of Child Behaviors
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...Observation of Child Behaviors According to child development theory, children of preschool age are in the pre-operational stage of development. Pretend play replaces logic and children have difficulty seeing situations from the perspective of another, sustaining moderately egocentric thinking (Weiten and Lloyd 274). Therefore, observation of children playing together in a local playground expected illustration of self-centered behaviors and insensitivity toward others. The playground environment maintained rather standard equipment, including slides, romp houses, swings and merry-go-rounds. A community sandbox was also available in which some children had brought... HERE HERE YOUR HERE HERE...
A Child Observation Paper
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...observation was done for a period of 30minutes. It was a very successful observation process where I could watch different emotional and physical behavior of child. John being a child of 5 years has all the physical and cognitive development of a 5 year old child. He during the process of observation interacted with me and his mother in a healthy manner. This observation process has helped me to understand more keenly about the physical and mental development and behavioral process of a young child who is of 5 years of age. Altogether, it...
Child observation paper
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...Child Observation Paper Introduction A Day Care which is a Laboratory School in our community college is completely free from destruction; it is perfectly designed for children under seven years of age. Children are secured while inside the rectangular air-conditioned room. There are interactive materials available anytime for recreation or playtime purpose. Tables are situated at the center of the room when there are activities to do but they are put aside during playtime. The room is very conducive; the environment is safe for very active children. There are about 20 children interacting with each other and two adults that serve as teachers and...
Week 6 - Observation Journal
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...Week 6 – Observation Journal Week 6 – Observation Journal This observation journal will discuss about one’s experience while observing an ESOL student, Mark conversing with Leo, another ESOL student. Mark is a Chinese national while Leo is an Indian national. One would like to observe the use of BICS or CALP in their conversation. BICS stands for Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills which are the day-to-day language skills needed to interact socially with other people (Haynes, n.d.). On the other hand, CALP stands for Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency which...
observation of a biligual child
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...report published by the DFES (Department of Education Skills), English as an additional language (EAL) teaching and learning in UK schools, and how it takes place within the mainstream. This essay will reflect on the effects of numerous policies on bilingual education. The observation of a bilingual child took place in an East London primary school, where ninety three percent of the pupils are bilingual, with each class containing on average twelve to fourteen different ethnic groups. The aim of this essay is to describe and critically analyse the context in which the child was observed and addressing issues such as the recognition given... Introduction Following the introduction to the Swan report...
class observation report
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...OBSERVATION REPORT here] of [Due paper] room Observation Report This room observation report summarizes the results of observations of a beginning level adult ESL class. The observation was conducted at Forsyth Technical Community College in the react center. The observation underwent for a total of three consecutive class periods in which each class consisted of three hours time period. The class met every day from 6 pm to 9 pm. In this class, all students were adults and already had a basic knowledge of English....
Reflection paper on a five-hour kindergarten observation
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...HOUR KINDERGARTEN OBSERVATION This reflection paper aims to record the observation and teaching in a K-3 room. It ismainly based on the most effective strategies for addressing the cultural and linguistic needs of young children. In order to do this, logging the activities for a five-hour session in a week is important. This reflection paper likewise links the necessary readings for this course and the activity, and generates a certain level of congruity between them. The class observed for this purpose is a Kindergarten class of 15 pupils. Classes are held every morning from 8-10. My visits transpired on a Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, staying for the duration of five... REFLECTION PAPER ON A...
report - classroom observation
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...Observation Report Observation Report I observed various es in order to analyze different concepts, techniques activities and form the various evaluation of each given class. The first class was an English listening class that lasted for one hour (11a.m-12p.m). The class had one teacher and three students. The main topic was “Television”. Apart from the desks and the chairs in the room, the class was equipped with other facilities, which facilitated the learning process. The facilities improved the classroom from the usual traditional form to a class that enhanced the dynamic exchange of...
Fieldwork observation report
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...Observation Report Introduction Fieldwork observation is an approach or technique used for the collection of data required to accomplish the determined objectives of any research work undertaken. The fieldwork observation process emphasizes gathering relevant information by observing and interacting with people in the natural setting. Observation approach requires researchers to monitor the behavior of the selected respondents and other attributes relevant to the research. At often instances, fieldwork has been selected as a beneficial method of observation, which possesses many advantages, apart from a few lacunas (Geddie, n.d.). With due consideration to these factors, an observation... Fieldwork...
A Report On Observation
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...Report on Observation Early childcare programs provide formal teaching and basic care of young children in settings away from their parents and homes. The children in these institutions are mostly between early childhoods to eight years of age. Children here learn and extend their familiarization with a wide variety of materials, ideas, and people around them. The children are helped to develop mentally, physically and socially. These care programs are usually buzzing with activity, as children tend to be very playful, active, and full of life. Introduction I spent about 10 hours observing at the SAY San Diego After School Program at Hearst Elementary in San Diego, CA. The children ranged... ? A Report...
Fieldwork observation report
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...Observation Report Fieldwork Observation Report Recent reports focused on school set up and the activities that go on within it. The report covered school information, classroom setting, and daily flow of activities. The report established pedagogical, epistemological, socialization, multiculturalism, and political issues surrounding the school setup. Introduction The school that helped in the research is a private special school. The school is located on long island and the study mainly covered five students from grade four, five, and six. The students interviewed cut across four disciplines including Hispanic, African American, Caucasian, and Jewish. Present Study Classroom Structure... Fieldwork...
HS Class Observation Report
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...Observation Report One of the best ways to determine what best practices exist in any given field beyondreading the literature and studying various texts in order to understand key theories and means of practical advancement is to observe the application of the knowledge in a firsthand setting. This type of practical application of theory, skill, knowledge invariably helps the would-be practitioner to gain a more nuanced understanding of how the theories and skills that are learned in the classroom. For purposes of this brief paper, the author will analyze the classroom experience that was gained via an observation of insert name here and date here. As a function of this observation... Section/#...
math observation report
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...Report on Special Education Teacher Support Services: Observations Made on Learning Differences between SETTS and Regular Methods of Delivery in Mathematics Name: Abdullah Almulla Institution: Adelphi University Course: Math, Science & Technology for Special Education PART A (I) A. Name of School: Nellie K. Parker School Phone Number: 201 646 8020 Address: 261 Maple Hill Drive Hackensack, NJ07601 B. Grade level: Second grade; taught by Ms Hughes; Number of students: 4; males: 3, females: 1 Third grade; taught by Mr. H. Jacob; Number of students: 5; males: 1, females: 4... to certain students...
fieldwork observation report
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...Observation Report Field Observation Report I went to Murrell Taylor Elementary school to make an observation on how the teacher teaches mathematics. My main concern was to observe the interaction between the teacher and the pupil. The first thing that I observe was that there was a very good relationship between the teacher and the pupils. The class was lively and the communication process was well organized. The teacher was delivering the content but he did not dominate the lesson. This means that he had not assumed the role of know it all. After introducing the topic he gave a lot explanation and examples that can be used to understand the multiplication process. In order to ensure... Observation...
Field Experience Observation Report
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...Observation Report Field Experience Observation Report Learning is a cognitive process whereby gain the ability to convert words, statements, and examples from a text or given to them by a teacher, into utilizable skills such as answering questions or solving problems. Therefore, students need to engage themselves in certain practices during the learning process so as to enhance their understanding. In this classroom, I have observed students using self explanations during their studies. This method involves talk-aloud protocols that students use during studying and when they participate in problem solving (Bassok, 2009). They use this method to gauge their understanding... explanations of...
Ethnographic observation report
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...observation report Describe the location you used for your observation: New York City Street Collection of data along New York City Street typically qualifies the requirements of public place having shared group culture amongst adults. The region has unrestrictive and public means for anyone to have an access. In the process, the research dwelt on unobtrusive scenario hugely. An interactions or participate in the interactions were highly considered. Describe the population you observe. The description of the population observed was characteristically segmented into various forms with the notable models accepted in the ethnographic principles. The derived... information refers to the...
Field Experience Observation Report
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...Observation Report” Field experience observation report It has becomeincreasingly more important to make topics and students in alignment with differences and diversity, be it with regards to gender, culture, race, etc. This encompasses the variety of students in the class, and everyone can relate to it; also, it provides a holistic approach to an aspect even if there isn’t diversity in the classroom because there is diversity in the world and the world is becoming an increasingly globalized place. I believe that my teacher is dealing with student differences due to the readings and aspects that we have learned and the way class learning takes place. Such as the concept of self... ? “Field Experience...
Observation Report. Observation of a group
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...Report Structure3 Part 2: Collaborative Learning 3 2.1 Study Groups 4 2.2 The Structure of Study Groups. 5 Part 3: Conclusion 8 Part 4: References 9 Part 1: Introduction The first assignment, whose primary foci were group membership, leadership and learning within the context of groups, was a learning experience in itself. Comprised of four members whose collaborations were confined to online interactions and communications, the completion of the assignment, let alone its quality, were ultimately dependant upon group members’ arriving at a workable format for collaboration... Table of Contents Table of Contents Part Introduction 2 1 Group Composition 2 2 Group Task 3 3 Collaboration Format 3 4 Report...
QF4010 CHILD DEVELOPMENT, OBSERVATION AND ASSESSMENT
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...observe not only because she is as cute as a doll but her independent personality shines through. She is full of spark and exudes a happy disposition. A very pleasant personality, her peers and the adults around her are drawn to her. The observer is an additional admirer of this little girl. Part 2 Report Child’s profile Natasha is an adorable two and a half year old toddler whose mother started with her new office job... Part Collection of Observations Observations involve carefully watching and systematically recording what is seen and heard in a particular setting(Schmuck, 1997 in Mertler, 2006). Observation is a useful method for use when researching children and their experiences. When the...
Observation Report On Special Education
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...OBSERVATION REPORT ON SPECIAL EDUCATION In an effort to enhance equality within the education sector, stakeholders adopt special education techniques in facilitating learning for students with special needs. These educational techniques are meant to help students with varying levels of challenges including physical disabilities, behavioral disorders and communication problems among other challenges. Relevant research findings indicate that these challenges compromise on the intellectual capacity of learners. Consequently, teachers needs to employ special approaches including modified teaching techniques in delivering course content to disabled learners. This essay covers on actual status... ...
Child Development through Interaction, Observation and Conversation
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...CHILD DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTERACTION, OBSERVATION AND CONVERSATION and number: submitted:Part A: Student Profile: Observations and Conversation Development Chart Physical Development: fine and gross motor development, safety and play needs, gender differences Classroom Setting Playground Setting Library Setting Within the classroom setting, the child whose age was 8 years showed pattern of development in terms of mastery over both fine and gross motor skills. As far as the fine motor development is concerned, the child could use small muscles in undertaking activities such as playing piano, flipping over...
fieldwork observation report - special education
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...Observation Report Fieldwork Observation Report In Vincent Smith school snow day begins at 10:30. At first the principletakes attendance of the students and let them go back to the classroom. Class grade 3-5 has 5 students but all of them are not always present. In the first day the regular teacher was absent and the substitute teacher was forced to lead the students. The science teacher had the students do their home work and respond to some question which they did not know. The math also was taken by a substitute teacher because the regular math teacher was sick. The math class had problem because all the students were in need of help. In the social study class students had problem... Fieldwork...
The Aesthetics of Parent-Child Shared Reading Wordless Storybooks
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...child’s lesson was averaged at thirty minutes. During this time the parent was able to provide the child with explanations and to help the childin developing awareness and creative skills. The time of exposure of the child to learning materials was five hours in each week and the child reported that the lessons were interesting. In addition, the child was exposed to a variety of text materials and that seems to be the main reason why the child has developed the ability to be creative and the courage to interact actively with its peers. The mother encouraged the child to participate in peer games, plays and role play as a way... ? Parent-Child Shared Reading College: The Aesthetics of Parent-Child Shared...
fieldwork observation report - Math summary
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...Observation Fieldwork Observation Report - Math summary On April24, I went to Golden Lion high school and observe the interaction between the teacher and the students during the mathematics class. The teacher prepared the list of material that were nee for the lesson and set them in time before the lesson began. The material included but not limited to papers, crayon and the ruler. While on the other hand the students were required to have wiring exercise books, text books, pen and pencils. The lesson was purposely for mathematics with the main goal of equipping learner with multiplication skills used to in class and...
Course: Observation of Teaching English/ Observation Report #2
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...Observation Report #2: Focusing on Teacher as well as Interactions and Lessons, Activities, and Group Work Ahmed Alzahrani ENGL 694: Observation of Teaching English Dr. Gloria Park November 2, 2012 Observation Report #2: Focusing on Teacher-Student as well as Student-Student Interactions and Lessons, Activities, and Group Work Description of the Classroom Setting The professor, Mike O’Bryan, was observed for the second time in his class Advanced English Grammar (ALI 345). He started the class by advising the students to open their course material to a particular page. It could be...
Child Protection Assessment Report
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...CHILD PROTECTION ASSESSMENT REPORT Introduction The child assessment report contained in this paper has beenrequested by the Team Leader in the child protection assessment of the Smith Family. The purpose of this initial assessment report is to highlight the risks that are associated with child protection history in regard to the provided case study. The report is aimed at evaluating children needs and highlighting the areas that may require further assessment and information. Family constellation The family under assessment comprises of Mr. Ian Dawson and...
an observation report of a tutor
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...Observation Report of a It is said that writing is the most effective form of expression. That is because even a person with speech difficulties can use the art of writing to effectively express himself. By writing, people can better understand one another because there is a permanent reference that can be constantly re-read in order to get the true essence of the written statement. Knowing these facts, I really looked forward to going down to the local writing center in order to observe the student assistants in action. What I discovered was an interesting study in the way that verbal and written communication skills have a direct impact upon the writing ability of a person. A student came... ?An...
Observation report project on early childhood facility
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...OBSERVATION REPORT ABOUT THE CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE: This observation report ison a Childhood Development Center in Misawa air base, Japan. The 35th Force Support Squadron Child Development Program provides very good child care to children of active duty and Department of Defense Civilians which has been assigned to Misawa Air base. This childhood development center is run by the military air base in Japan offering child care for children who are between ages about six weeks to 5 years old. The child care is generally available in weekdays. In this center all the programs conducted are accredited by a national accrediting body which are Department of Defense (DoD) and National... types of...
Course: Observation of Teaching English/ Observation Report 1
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...Observation Report General ENGL 694: Observation of Teaching English Dr. Gloria Park September 27, Observation Report General Description (1) Description of the Course The course that was observed was Advanced English Grammar (ALI 345) and the professor’s name is Mike O’Bryan. According to the course syllabus, the general description that were presented focused on developing the skills of the students in terms of proficiencies in standard English as used in both oral and written communication. The thrust is on grammatical structures. Likewise, a view of the course syllabus specifically...
Report Child Labour
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...child labour force was for 5-14 and 15-17 were over 211 million and 141 million resp., of which over 97% were from the developing world. More than 180 Million children below 18 were involved in the "worst forms" of child labour. Poverty and the various economic disparities flowing from it are at the root of child labour. It was reported (UNICEF, 2005) that In the 43 countries of the world with an annual income of $500 or less per person, the percentage of children in child... CHILD LABOURS AND ITS UPS AND DOWNS FOR THE WORLD AND UK The United Nations defines (UNICEF 2005) any person belowthe age of 18 as a child who is entitled to the rights under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child...
an observation report of a faculty member
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...Observation Report on a Faculty Member As a future educator, part of my job will rely on the currently existing teaching styles and techniques that has found its way into active practice in the modern school setting. Therefore, the act of observing a faculty member in action at this point in time is something that I consider to be a highly important part of my educational and training process. I will admit that I was highly excited to be able to witness such an observation and truly looked forward to the lessons that I knew would be imparted to me by the educator I would be observing. It is important to note though that although I expected to have a thoroughly positive learning experience... ?An...
OPENING DOORS A study of the Read To A Child program in the South Bend School Corporation
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...hour a week with a single student during their school lunch hour. Over the years, the school corporation has added Read to a Child program... Abha Mittal 15th February 2008 OPENING DOORS: A study of the "Read To A Child" program in the South Bend School Corporation Reading is the most important tool for any learning and plays a vital role in the life of a person opening doors for him for a large plethora of opportunities and is of special significance particularly at a time of globalization when brushing with time has been all the more important . Moreover, reading is not just a tool our children need to succeed in life. Having access to information through the printed word is an absolute necessity....
Child Assessment Report
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...Child Protection Assessment Report By The of the The of the School The and where it is located The Date Child Protection Assessment Report The Sampson family comprises Chloe Sampson, a 27 year old indigenous lady and her children – 11 year old Tess, 7 year old Tom, 6 year old James and Anthony, the 4 month old baby. The only other immediate family member is Chloe’s older sister who lives two hours away. The non-indigenous father of Tom and James had been supporting Chloe with his children until a child abuse incident involving his brother and Tess came to light which resulted in the breakup of his relationship with Chloe. The father of baby Anthony is not known so far. Chloe Sampson has had...
Observation
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...observed and the amount of time spent on each activity. Insert your comments here: 1. Small Talk & Motivation Video (5min): Students listened to a song “What time is it, Mr.Wolf?” 2. Introduction PowerPoint slides (10min.) – 2 slides of vocabulary introduction, 2 slides of clock hands review, 10 slides of random clock images requiring student’s answers. During the practice, it was difficult to tell whether everyone understood the concept because students with higher language proficiency outshined other students. Their voice was much louder than others. 3. Textbook CD (10min.) – Students listened to a chant and repeated after every phrase. When they were done... Observer: Low and high intermediate...
Multicultural Field Experience Observation Reflection Report
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...observation group focus. The children were present in the observation room most of the time. Number of students The number of students I observed differed tremendously since I did not conduct the observation at once. I divided the number of hours of observation to two different days which were a Monday and two different Fridays. I conducted both these observation hours in the month of February. I observed the children on a Monday from 4:30 to7:00pm. On the two Fridays, I observed them from 4:30 to 8:00pm. Time division...
cal report week 3
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...Report- Week 3 Reflecting upon my experience as we have neared the end of our third week together I have found the time very informative. I have been introduced to a wider understanding of what nature and sociology have to say about creating knowledge which is acceptable and useful. We were able to explore various ideas about positivism and interpretive roles with regard to knowledge when it comes to organizations. Four patterns or paradigms were identified by Burrell and Morgan in 1979, said again by Morgan in 1980 and restated by Johnson and Duberley in 2000. These were named as radical humanism or subjective change ; radical...
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