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OBSERVATION 5 OBSERVING KINDERGARTEN CLASSROOM
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...kindergarten classroom and the average age of the children was 5... 24 October Observation It was early morning. The school had a rule according to which, the children were required to do exercise guided by the teacher for 15 minutes before the commencement of the first class. The children were in the school’s playground, and 15 minutes of exercise were over. The teacher needed to move them to the class. The teacher blew the whistle to gain the children’s attention, and asked them to make a line and move toward the class in that pattern. The children started moving toward the class and within 5 minutes, they had occupied their seats. The teacher followed them. Inside the class, the children were gossipi...
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Kindergarten Classroom Design and Child Development
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...classroom design that conforms to the technological changes. Best practices and new technology learning standards for incorporating technology into the early learning classrooms design. Teachers from all corners of life have shown interest in innovating ways to integrate technology into their curricula (Montessori, 1964). Dr. Maria Montessori, an Italian, experienced educator, and trained physician came up with an educational pedagogy about 100 years ago. The system adopts a child-centred approach to education where the children undergoing the study are subject to scientific observations from childhood to adulthood. The method has been quite a success in diverse cultures across... Kindergarten room...
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Classroom observation
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...Observation By Introduction My room observation took place at Saint Vincent, a Catholic primary school. I observed year three. Overall, I observed three methods used for engaging children in the classroom. The three methods were learning objective and targets, visual aids and actions and activities. Each of the three methods observed will be explained and described in this paper. Method One: Learning Objectives and Targets Learning objectives and targets refer to the lesson or end result that teachers establish for the day’s lesson (Moss and Brookhart, 2012). According to the learning target theory of action, the learning objective and target should be established in a way that includes... room...
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Classroom observation
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...Observations Summary: Most EFL/ESL English mentors in both government and private educational institutions are familiar with the concept and significance of classroom observations. Classroom observations are frequently conducted in schools because they provide the people in charged with all the information that is required to upgrade the educational setup. However, from the perspective of the teacher being observed by the supervisor or the director of studies in a classroom, there is too much that gets at stake in such visits. Classroom observations raise the level of teachers’ consciousness and anxiety no matter how casually a director may perform them, because... the teachers know that...
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Classroom Observation
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...Observation Reflection Paper room Observation Reflection Paper Lev Vygotsky’s concept of assistance within the student’s zone of proximal development (ZPD) is based on the thought that development is elaborately described by what a child can achieve when assisted by a competent person or an adult and by what the child can do independently. It is paramount for the teacher to know both levels of Vygotsky’s zone since they do assist in knowing the true position of a child at a particular moment. It also shows where the child is going. The proximal development zone has several influences on classroom teaching. Vygotsky’s concept suggests the teacher must plan activities encompassing not only... ? room...
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Classroom Observation
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...Classroom Observation For this essay, I observed a third grade classroom of nine children at Theills Elementary School on May 2, 2006. Of these children, seven were boys, and two were girls. They varied between the ages of eight and nine, with most being eight. Each child showed varying degrees of development, although all were near expectations for grade level. These children were Anthony, Conner, Dhruv, Eric, Jarrett, Jason, Lori, Richard, and Vee. Anthony was a very quiet child, who tended to choose one activity and remain focused on it for extended periods of time. He did not tend to interact with other children, was not interested in trying new activities, which I found very... ...
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Classroom Observation
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...Studies- map skills; math- formulas for speed, time, reading charts and graphs; ELA- writing conclusions and coming up with hypothesis were all integrated by her. This made her teaching very interesting to the students. Cole et.al rightly pointed out that " children need to be challenged, the activities exciting and dynamic." (2) It has been found that students perform better when skills overlap in each area of their curriculum. The school that the observer visited believes in team teaching where policies and procedures remain constant for all content area classes. How does the teacher influence the classroom atmosphere In order to promote a congenial... room Observation Introduction Teaching is not ...
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Full Day Kindergarten. It is effecitve Does it allow for higher academic acheivement in the elementary grades
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...studying early childhood and kindergarten have long put emphasis on the crucial role of playing in the learning process of young children. In their daily course of experience with young children, teachers can easily detect that spontaneous play is an innate manner of learning. Learning through spontaneous... RUNNING HEAD: Full Day Kindergarten Effectiveness of Full Day Kindergarten: An Empirical Inquiry on Its Correlation with Academic Acheivement in theElementary Grades? Introduction Children are born into the world carrying the greatest eagerness to learn. As findings in neuroscience and brain development claim the far and wide time-honored research that illustrates the early brain is a breeding grou...
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Observation in kindergarteners classroom
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...Observation of Kindergarteners’ room Introduction Normally, kindergarten children are in the beginning of their schooling life. For many, kindergarten plays as the first separation point from parents to school. The children thus need an environment that would support growth and self-confidence. However, different children take the changes differently. I had not realized this before my third born went to the kindergarten. His behavior changed from being friendly to being hostile and protective. I therefore developed an interest to visit the school even after calling the teacher concerning his behavior. On...
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Classroom Psychology Observation
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...Observation The observation was made in a classroom in the pre-school setting. Two children, Bob and Sam, were fighting over a broken pencil. The pencil belonged to Bob and had a rubber at one end. Bob had lent the pencil to Sam for a while during which Sam unintentionally happened to tear the rubber and the pencil apart. Bob slapped Sam in the face for having broken his pencil, and was holding Sam’s shirt by the collar. Sam was protesting in self-defense and was trying to explain that it was just an accident. Bob was abusing Sam and would not listen. Other children in the classroom were showing different kinds of responses, with some of them laughing out loud, some doing commentary... observation was...
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Classroom Observation coursework
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...observation and experimentation. He also makes... ?Math While reading math lessons, the math teacher emphasizes upon the practical applications of the lesson much more than the theoretical concepts. This makes the students grasp the concept very easily. He makes them learn how math is involved in our daily routine, in smaller tasks and in bigger ones. He teaches scientific notations and powerful mathematical, geometric and algebraic functions through the use of white board. He then conducts discussions with the students in groups and individually so that the lesson is clear. He teaches figures and other geometrical shapes through real objects. He facilitates his reading through the use of charts and...
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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 perceptions, ideas and other...
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Observation study
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...Observation study Grade Name (9th, Nov 2013) The effectiveness of customer service at Tim Hortons cafe Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY: An Observation study Abstract The following qualitative study, in the form of an in-the- field observation, focuses on the customer service delivery to the customers of Tim Hortons cafe. The study aims at assessing how the employees of the cafe interact with the customers in their premises, while evaluating the level of satisfaction of the customers. The main aim of this study is to assess why customers like Tim Hortons cafe, Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY. Introduction Tim Hortons cafe is one... ? The effectiveness service at Tim Hortons cafe, Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY: An...
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ESOL Classroom Observation- Language w7
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...Observation Cummins Quadrant Worksheet Cummins’ Model Context Embedded Context Reduced Cognitively Undemanding Participation in art classes Recess time playing with friends Following or copying directions that have been modeled Playing games during physical education (PE) lessons Compiling a list Chatting with friends during PE Copying notes from the board Filling in a form Cognitively Demanding Reading a textbook that has visual graphics Listening to a lecture with graphic manipulations Essay writing using information from a discussion or graphic organizer Participating in a standardized test Lab report writing Persuasive essay writing Reading textbooks Listening to lectures... Topic: ESOL room...
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Reflection paper on a five-hour kindergarten observation
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...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 FIVE-HOUR...
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Understanding the Special Needs of Children. Building Patterns of Kindergarten Teaching from Student Assessment
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...classrooms for six classes, plus additional rooms for group activities, events, and administration. The school has only a limited outdoor play area, but is near to a local city park in Akron. Source: Council of Chief State School Officers, 2011 The Kindergarten class I was assigned to observe in had all of the students sitting at four big tables in the room... ? Understanding the Special Needs of Children Building Patterns of Kindergarten Teaching from Assessment Submitted by: 4/29 Edge Academy 92 North Union Street, Akron, OH, United States "The Edge Academy is a community school that serves children living in Akron, OH. A community school is defined, as a public school that is separate from any other...
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Observation of a 2nd grade classroom
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...Observation of a 2nd Grade room The purpose of this paper is to provide insight into eleven separate observations of a 2nd grade room with specific reference to the teacher, classroom setting and the students. The format that this paper will utilize is to first identify the topic 2nd grade framework that was observed. After this point, I will outline each of the eleven observation points and provide my insight into them. The classroom that I observed was following the Mississippi 2nd grade earth and space competencies course in which students were learning about all nine...
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Naturalistic Observation Study
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...Observation Study Research Question How a kid aged less than 5 behaves in a different setting, especially away from the parents but accompanied by the mates of the same age group. How the kid’s learning process molds in the setting of a kindergarten school. Location of the Observation Location for observation chosen is a kindergarten school in downtown. Observation Date November 5 2011 Subject’s Age and Gender Below 5 and Female Length of Observation Around 3 hours An observation is aimed at finding about some of the behavior aspects of the kid when he or she is not with the parents and performs several functions of learning. Permission Granted Permission was granted by the Proprietor... ? Naturalistic...
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Naturalistic Observation Study
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...Observation Study Research Question How a kid aged less than 5 behaves in a different setting, especially away from the parents but accompanied by the mates of the same age group. How the kid’s learning process molds in the setting of a kindergarten school. Location of the Observation Location for observation chosen is a kindergarten school in downtown. Observation Date November 5 2011 Subject’s Age and Gender Below 5 and Female Length of Observation Around 3 hours An observation is aimed at finding about some of the behavior aspects of the kid when he or she is not with the parents and performs several functions of learning. Permission Granted Permission was granted by the Proprietor... Naturalistic...
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Observation Mini-Study
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...Observations Research Number Observations Research The aim of this observation mini-study was to collect data from a fast food restaurant on sitting arrangements by race. The research was carried out following reports that sitting arrangements in fast food joints is normally based on the ethnicity of the patrons, in which case, the mainstream whites occupy comfortable seats placed spaciously and closer to the counter, while the rest of the population are forced to take back seats, most of which are less luxurious and are packed close to each other. This research was conducted to determine whether the hypothesis of racial...
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Naturalistic Observation Study
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...Observation of Self-Defense Coping Mechanisms My friend’s neighbor woman always seems exhausted from looking after her two young children. She is a young mother, whose husband works long hours, and she seems anxious about her parenting responsibility. I was visiting my friend on November 7, 2011, when I heard her shouting at her three year old son. My friend and I went outside to make sure everything was alright, and I thought this might be a good opportunity to do my naturalistic observation assignment. We asked the mother if it would be okay for us to watch the children play together, to get an idea about their social interaction, for my school...
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Super sleuth supermarket observation study
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...Observation Study Introduction Tesco Plc has been selected for discussion of the topic “super sleuth super market study”. Tesco has designed variety of store format suitable for the customers depending on their shopping pattern. While designing the store Tesco conducts a survey for finding out the needs of the local customers. The improvement and development undertaken by Tesco has helped them to expand their operation and cater the needs of the people which were very difficult to serve previously. Tesco main objective as a supermarket is to fulfill the needs and requirements of its customers. Tesco possess a wide portfolio of its store which includes: Tesco super store... Super Sleuth Supermarket...
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Kindergarten Scenario
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...Kindergarten Scenario Use of Positive Reinforcement to assist in Behavior Change Apparently, most children who begin school at an earlier age tend to experience and exhibit associated with school phobia such as crying and clinging to their mothers especially when they attempt to leave. As such, a teacher I have the responsibility of ensuring that the child is able to adapt to the school environment in the best way possible. Three strategies namely ; positive reinforcement, systematic desensitization and use of punishment could be used in behavior change. In that case, positive reinforcement is one of the numerous ways that could change ...
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Observation
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...Observer: Low and high intermediate elementary 4th grade. Teacher: (the person you are observing) (the your observation) May 29, 2014 1. What is the objective of the lesson you are observing? Insert your comments here: 1. Students will be introduced to new vocabulary i.e. time, O’ clock, minutes, breakfast, lunch, dinner 2. Students will be able to review short and long clock hands i.e. one, two, three, fifteen, twenty, twenty-five, thirty, thirty-five, forty, forty-five, fifty, fifty-five. 3. Students will be able to tell time using key expressions from Unit 5: “What time is it?”; “It’s _________.” 4. Students will be...
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Childrens daily problems can be recognized by their arts: analysing childrens drawings in a psychological way
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...kindergartens. Observation will be also conducted on children’s drawing activity at preschools for many reasons. Firstly, the key element of this study is to see the interaction between children and the device, and the impact of this relationship on their talents. Secondly, to see whether this iPad contributes to produce a well piece of work or not, as ‘the researcher need to be much more involved in the lives of the people being observed’ (Dawson, 2009). Thirdly, there are some limitations of questionnaires method, as Tashakkori and Teddlie (2003) state some significant limitations of the questionnaire that (1) some information might be lost; the possibility of missing... Topic Children’s daily...
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Effective teaching methodologies that reflect the need of the learner,what are the particular constraints in the classroom,is th
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...classrooms. The research investigates the effectiveness of various methods and approaches and how these methods satisfy the learner requirements. It also discusses various problems that affect ESL classrooms. So the study entitled Effective teaching methodologies that reflect the need of the learner, is the current teaching approaches equipped to effectively teach English as an L2? • 2. Literature Review (1) Methods of teaching /learning Methods of teaching/learning have always been subjected for the minute observation of educationalists, teachers, pupils, parents and even the general public. Implementing various teaching/learning methods... without his or her own interest. . Celce-Murcia’s...
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Observation Study of a Coffee Shop
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...Observation Study of a Coffee Shop OBSERVATION STUDY OF A COFFEE SHOP Observation This observational study is focused on the behavior of patrons in at a Starbucks coffee shop. One of the reasons for the study of this location is that I have a passion for coffee, as well as the coffee experience. The second reason had to do with the practicality of the study; behavior of students in a coffee shop near a school can be observed easily and readily. This also occurs in a short time interval as people normally take coffee for...
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Reflection on a pretend observation of a k-3 classroom with children of diverse backgrounds
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...OBSERVATION OF A K-3 ROOM WITH CHILDREN OF DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS This paper depicts of a reflection about a pretend observation of a K-3 classroom for 5 hours a week. It aims to present a log of activities within this week, constituting 5 hours. The reflection is for one-week attendance of this K-3 classroom. An Observation Log for the First 2 ½ Hours: Upon the teacher’s entry, children were noisy and playful, with stories to tell each other. Students are of different ethnic backgrounds. Three of them were blacks, one was a Korean child, another one was a Japanese girl, one boy was a Filipino, three were British, and six were Americas. There were a total of 15 children... REFLECTION ON A PRETEND...
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Observation
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...Observation The Coffee Shop located in the St. Richard Street happens to be a very popular place that attracts people of all age groups. It is a nice place to have a cup of good coffee, to sit down and talk to friends, to work on some short assignment or just to observe the general flow of humanity as people enter and leave the shop. The shop is an ill maintained but spacious place, poorly lit and somewhat shabby with old and creaking chairs and benches. Yet, the good thing is that the coffee and the sandwiches served by the owner happen to be really awesome. The place is run by old Joe, a middle aged man in his early fifties. He is one of those people who... of the English of the Teacher 19 January...
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Observation
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...Observation Introduction Education with various needs is a tough task especially is the teaching of math and English studies. Apart from the tedious work that comes with teaching a student with special needs is the issue of regular students. Therefore, the successful teaching of students with needs is to also intertwine with the assistance of the regular students who have to respect and understand their colleagues. This notwithstanding, math and English has been a challenge even to regular student therefore, teaching students with special needs is even more difficult. However, there are means and ways put in place to aid in teaching this group of students....
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OBSERVATION
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...study of his 35 years of military experience, we find a galore of instances where Powell used the basic human emotions of trust and belief in order to get over tricky situations. Powell rarely proposed military intervention as the first solution to any dispute, and instead advocated compromise. In the 2000 U.S. Presidential Election, Powell served as the key foreign policy advisor to the Bush campaign. After September 11, this public icon... If we happen to run through the history of leaders in the contemporary world and think of all their leadership capabilities, very few shall come at par with Colin Powell. The 65th United States Secretary of State, United States Army (Ret.), Powell became the highest...
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Observation
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...Observation Early childhood entails a period of extraordinary cognitive, physical, social, as well as, emotional development. At birth, an infant has limited abilities and skills. However, the range of skills and abilities do change as the child grows and develops novel, cognitive, motor social and language skills (Feldman, 2012). These tremendous changes astonish parents and caregivers. Therefore, it is important to study, learn, and observe child development since it enables people appreciate the physical, emotional, social, cognitive, as well as, educational growth stages children pass through from birth to early adulthood stage. In...
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Observation
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...observed that the classroom level is ideal for the children. The children sit in groups of six and the furniture is arranged in a rectangular fashion such that the teacher can monitor each child at any given time. The teacher mainly uses teaching aids such as charts and pictures and other drawings to explain different things to the children who are still in the early stages of development. The teacher uses the chalk board to illustrate different things to the children. I also... This paper is outlines my volunteer experience in a preschool, called Kinderland. I worked as a teacher assistant at this child development center which is a privately owned child care facility. My first impression when I...
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Observation
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...Observation This observation has been carried out in a coffee shop situated near a local college. The area is a commercial area with other shops around but this is the only coffee shop around. It is a local chain of coffees offering coffees, sandwiches, pastries, and other bakery items in low prices. The observation has been carried out for three days, each for thirty minutes, and different social groups and their interactions have been observed. Since most of the customers were college students who visited the coffee shop daily for group studies, relaxing after college and for short visits in their break times. The interactions were thus, mainly between the coffee shop waiters... and the...
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Observation
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...Observation In the mall under observation, I observed mental models of two groups: the elderly and the children. There were a few elderly in themall, mostly couples. Most of them were sitting on benches, sipping cups of coffee with their partners, and having a chit chat. They did not seem to have any responsibility on their shoulders, and all they wanted to have was some time out with their life partners. There were a lot of children in the mall, running around and having fun. Some of the infants were in their prams, and the toddlers held their mothers’ fingers. Elder children pointed at stuff of their interest which they showed to their...
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Observation
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...observation essay about Whole Foods and the people who partake of whole foods (Steve, 2002). Nutritionists and health professionals recommend that foods are best taken in their natural form or when they have been minimally altered to derive maximum benefits from the nutrients. The human body works best with natural foods and consumption of processed foods means that the body has to go the extra mile so as to digest the food. Consumption of such foods means that the body derives maximum nutritional value from the foods which translate to better health. Another reason as why people opt for whole foods is due to health reasons such as vegetarians or heart conditions that could... Number: Whole foods This...
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ELL Classroom Observation
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...Learning and applying that knowledge is a fairly non-trivial challenge for the average American. But what of non-natives who are required to learn and master one of the most grammatically complex languages? This is a struggle which is unquantifiable and difficult to overcome. Because I speak from experience, I can sympathize with non-native English speakers who often feel confused, frustrated and pressured to achieve in an environment of native English speakers. still remember the countless hours of practicing drills and grammar with my tutor from whom I gained the confidence to overcome the challenge of mastering a foreign language. Without a doubt, I acknowledge that I am still learning... and...
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Learning and study skills
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...classroom. In this way all children have a chance to learn. Interpersonal communication showed that I was more data oriented which did not surprise me because I am in the area of IT which is dependant on data. I am auditory in modality, prefer being the thoughtful observer... Reflection Paper Regarding Learning Styles LEARNING AND STUDY SKILLS I am a visual learner so I need to be able to "see" whatever it is that I am doing. This means that I learn the bet through analogies and application. I am one of those learners that are intrinsically motivated to learn because of my thirst for learning everything I can learn. I struggle if there is no way to see what I am learning or when there is only lecture...
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Home and School Relationship
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...Kindergarten room Case Study Kaneshia Conner-Goodgame of Alabama at Birmingham This case study is based on an observation at an elementary school in Birmingham, Alabama. The forty hours of observation were completed in a kindergarten classroom. The teacher has over twenty-eight years of experience. The class has 17 students: 8 girls and 9 boys. While observing the classroom, I focused on six concepts: parental communication, diversity in the classroom, parent involvement, classroom volunteers, parental instruction, and homework. In order to obtain detailed information concerning classroom processes I interviewed the teacher. She provided... ? The Relationship of the Family and School for Education: A...
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A qualitative study of early childhood educators beliefs about key preschool classroom experiences
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...study seeks to establish an early childhood educators’ beliefs about how to work with children gettingready for kindergarten in an effective manner. 2 Previous researchers established a direct relationship between classroom quality and children’s cognitive and social development. The researchers also reported that the beliefs of early childhood teachers influence children’s development. Specifically, previous researchers found that early childhood educators hold beliefs and practices that relate with developmentally appropriate practices more than teachers in kindergarten through third grade do. 3 The purpose of this study is to address the literature... Answers to Questions about the Article The...
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Teacher's Perceptions on Kindergarten readiness
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...kindergarten programs that focus on the capacity of children to follow instructions, socialize, express themselves, and relate to others. Furthermore, as discovered in this study, teachers highly expect students to show self-discipline in the classroom, raising issues about precise task determination and self-discipline like problem solving, completing activities, and sitting silently that can positively impact academic performance. On the contrary, very few teachers identified several major academic areas as being crucial, such as using a pencil, identifying different properties of an object, and knowing most numbers and alphabets (Lin et al., 2003, 223-233). The findings from the study... ?Chapter...
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Social Theories of Development and Learning
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...Observation Analysis Social Theories of Development and Learning Introduction The aim of this paper is to provide a brief analysis of the kindergarten classroom which has been observed. It will also discuss Dual Language Program which has been being employed by the teachers, Ms. Leino and Ms. Congreins, for over 7 years now. This program is considered to be one of the most effective in terms of meeting needs of greater number of learners, besides it has been proved as one of the alternatives to master a second language well. The paper will also discuss some aspects of classroom and behavioral management and social theories of development... , but the major one would be that of an instructional...
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Preschool Childrens Reading
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...study aims to explore the way how and what do preschool teachers manage to create an aesthetics appropriate environment through 12-week reading activities to enhance children’s reading motivation. There are four regular activities including arranging children’s aesthetics reading time, designing borrowing books home activities, promoting peers and parent-child shared reading, and classroom hot-popular reading books selection ballot. This study adopts qualitative research for observing, interviewing, and relevant documents collection for 16 mixed aged children from 4 to 6 years old... . With the professional scholars’ analyzing observation, interviewing, videoing data and...
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The Benifits of Quality Early Childhood Education by using curriculum and literature
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...study, two families moved out. The completed data was based by the ten middle class children and seven working class children. The author used three different methods to gather the data. The children were observed during ‘Wave One’ of the studies. Each child was observed for twenty hours over the course of one week. Observation times were set by the observer so that it was equivalent for the entire study. These children were under five years and did not enter kindergarten. In addition, observations documented... ? "The Benefits of Quality Early Childhood Education by using curriculum and literature" Acknowledgement Childhood is the formative phase oflife. Foundation laid during this period carries its...
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Visiting a kindergarten
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...kindergarten I love kindergarten except when I get in trouble. Sister Mary Joseph can get very huhu if you visit too much and I like to visit a lot. Sometimes I get a smack on my hand with a ruler for visiting. My mom says it’s because I’m lonely, cuz I don’t have any brothers or sisters; she says that I have to try not to visit so much. But I don’t feel lonely and I don’t know how Sister Mary Joseph would know that anyway. I just know that I love kindergarten because I really love my friends - especially Sarah. I met Sarah after a few days of school and when I first saw her I thought that she was very, very white. Like a real Snow White but with yellow hair not black. Most... in that...
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Kindergarten Language Lesson Plan
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...kindergarten 2. Action Verb Conditions – involves reciting alphabets, construction of syllables, letters and sentences until students are able to read simple sentences 3. Measurable - systematic assessment such as simple recitation and oral assessment will be made to determine the progress and instructional need of students. 4. Resources – cue cards, technology (internet and computer), letter blocks, paper and pencil 5. Time Frame – two months 2. Sunshine State Standards You have to provide this. 3. Goal 3 Standards Refer to your copy of the Goal Three Standards. List three(3) appropriate standards and describe the activities provided for students... RED 4308 LESSON PLAN FORMAT...
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Reflection-Kindergarten Child/Teacher/Curriculum
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...classroom in an effective manner, providing nurturance as well as guidance (Edwards, n.d.). I have discovered that the article relevant to the teaching kindergarten has been Children’s Literature. It reveals that good books can help to develop the children’s brain. Books can be used to share information and entertain a group of children. Stories help to build a connection with the reader and the children try to relate the characters of the stories with the real life people. It has been argued that there is tremendous power in stories. Therefore, I believe that children must be encouraged to read stories. Innumerable... ?Reflection-Kindergarten Child/Teacher/Curriculum A reflective report tries to explore ...
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ADHD and the treatment
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...kindergarten – through a brief description of Mark’s background establishes a reasonable tone and the suggestion that the information presented is as factual as it can be. The description of Mark’s behavior patterns in the classroom also follows along the lines of unemotional, straightforward presentation... Reflection Paper This reading presents, in a rather straightforward, unemotional way, the series of events and perceptions leading to the diagnosis of a single case of ADHD as well as the initial stages of the treatment planning. The way Mark’s case is presented, proceeding logically from the initial cause of the question – the need to determine whether or not to have Mark attend a third year of...
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The Effects of One-On-One Intervention on Letter Recognition in Kindergartners
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...study is two months in the context of kindergarten schools with the same intervention methods but different instructors, there will be collection of data through the study times, the assessment times and the evaluations for the final tallying. The data collection methods at this juncture will include observations and recording of the pupil’s responses, document reviews, of the students’ progress and interviews from the instructors.        After the data is collected a compilation and submission will be made to the secondary data analysts... ?                 The Effects of One-On-One Intervention on Letter Recognition in Kindergartners Introduction        Problem Statement A letter of recognition by many ...
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Is there a relationship between early education and the development of social and emotional skills of children
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...Study The purpose of the study is to explore the relationship between early education and the development of social and emotional skills in young children. This study will be conducted through observations of students in kindergarten and first grade classrooms in a title 1 school. Teachers and parents will be interviewed. This is an attempt to find out if emotional and social skills improve student’s achievement in grade school. The hope is to add to the research about quality early education that addresses the full range of social, emotional and academic needs of children... Is There a Difference in the Social and Emotional Development of Children in Preschool and Children that do not Attend Preschool? ...
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