Category Archives: L2: Classroom/school centered

Student Teaching Internship Reflection – Week #11

  This week was fairly typical. My students did well, and the lessons were effective. We let the students have input on rearranging the classroom with the forethought that there wasn’t too much time left in the year, but it … Continue reading

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Student Teaching Internship Reflection – Week #9

Welcome to week 9 of my student teaching. After the adrenalin rush of last week’s job fair I waded into the online application bog. I applied for a position at the school I had been working at for the last … Continue reading

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Student Teaching Internship Reflection – Week #8

Welcome to week 8 of my student teaching. This week was a good solid week with my students. We continued our abstract non-fiction trend for writing by working on dragons as a topic. I used several vantage points, such as … Continue reading

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Student Teaching Internship Reflection – Week #7

I was able to get a lot accomplished this week. After working on my TPA for two and half weeks I was able to submit it, and I’m looking forward to the response. Overall it was a positive experience, and … Continue reading

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Handwriting/writing Lesson Plan

This is a lesson plan for using the 5 W’s to brainstorm for writing. Handwriting/Writing using the 5 W’s and one of the student’s work from the lesson:

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Student Teaching Internship Reflection – Week #5

This was my TPA week, and of course my first day was the perfect storm. It was a Monday and it seemed like every student had a rough weekend. The five students in my group had a tough time concentrating, … Continue reading

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Student Teaching Internship Reflection – Week #4

This week was definitely a test to see how much I could handle. The week started well, and I felt like I was getting a handle on all the lesson plans and curriculum. Then I received the news that a … Continue reading

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