1 Observation 3e

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ED 245 Early Field Name ____Yen Tzu Chang____________ Sister Nichols Component 3e: Demonstrating Flexibility (read pp. 77-79; 'The Framework for Teaching') I. Consider the level of flexibility of the teacher and students of each learning activities that you observe in today's class. Use the following format to report your observations. Activity #1 Min Description of activity Grouping of students Materials/resources 2 The teacher values students' understanding. Whole class Using hand signals Activity #2 Min Description of activity Grouping of students Materials/resources 3 Beside oral instruction, she also uses kinesthetic method to help students memorize the concept Whole class Using hand Activity #3 Min Description of activity Grouping of students Materials/resources About 20 Put the math material on the projector to teach students Whole class Projector Activity #4 Min Description of activity Grouping of students Materials/resources 3 Incorporation of students' daily events into a lesson. For example, eating pizza Whole class No Activity #5 Min Description of activity Grouping of students Materials/resources 12 In reflecting on practice, the teacher provides several Whole class Projector
learning opportunities. II. Select one of the Activities listed above and respond to the following prompts. Beside oral instruction, she also uses kinesthetic method to help students memorize the concept a) Note the evidence that you observed indicating that the activity was relevant to students. Generally, most teachers just "tell" the students, and some students get bored and not learn. Ms. Ainge taught the lesson vividly and all students were engaged. She made the adjustments on her lesson. b) Identify how the grouping of students enhanced learning. It's better to show the example to the whole class first, then let them practice with their partners. c) What types of different and/or additional resources might further contribute to a lesson's success? Overall, the lesson is good. Nevertheless, I would have students share their own idea that connects to the lesson. For example, how do you present fractions in your life? d) Indicate cues from student behavior that the limits of pacing were reached. Students quickly understand what they should do next.
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