Field Observation: You must log your hours into LiveText as your teacher will verify your hours via LiveText. During your field placement you are required to complete the field log journal (see Field Template).

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Field Experience: Students (students not cleared by the school district must apply for clearance on-line )-ALL students must be cleared for the field component of this class!

Education majors: are required to complete 5 hours of field observation physically in a middle school placement and 5 hours of video feed observation.

  1. Field Observation: You must log your hours into LiveText as your teacher will verify your hours via LiveText. During your field placement you are required to complete the field log journal (see Field Template).
  2. Virtual Observation: Please see the folder-virtual videos for the virtual observations. You are to watch each video and make connections to the text for each video. Non-education majors: are required to complete 5 hours of video feed observation and 5 hours of educationally related media.

Non-education majors are required to complete 5 hours of video observation and two educationally related media.

a.5 hours of video feed observation Please see the folder-virtual video for the virtual observations. You are to watch each video and make connections to the text for each video.

b.Educationally related media project. Choose from two of the following movies. After watching the movie you are to relate the movie to at least 5 theories or themes discussed in the textbook. These theories or themes must come from different chapters.

a.Ron Clark Video (Youtube)

b. Freedom Writers (on Netflix)

c. Stand and Deliver (Amazon)

d. Lean on Me

e. Dangerous Minds

f. The Great Debaters (Youtube-2.99 rental)

g.Dead Poets Society (Youtube-2.99 rental)

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teacher video #1

The other videos will be sent via Drive using a link

 

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EN 255 FIELD EXPERIENCE – ASSIGNMENT I 1. Describe the composition of the class (i.e., males, females, ethnic groups, exceptional students.) 2. Describe the physical arrangement of the classroom. 3. Describe the atmosphere found in the classroom. 4. Does the physical arrangement influence the atmosphere? If so, explain. 5. How does the physical arrangement influence learning? 6. According to Piaget’s theory of cognitive development, at what stage(s) are the students? Is the teacher using appropriate strategies for the stage(s)? 7. Describe the grading system used. 8. What did you learn from this observation? THE ESOL EXPERIENCE – ASSIGNMENT 1A Interview your teacher about his or her experiences with ESOL students. • How much experience do you have teaching ESOL students? • What type of training have you had to work with ESOL students? EN 255 FIELD EXPERIENCE – ASSIGNMENT II DIRECT OR INQUIRY LEARNING 1. MOTIVATION AND BACKGROUND: o What background information given? o Was the goal of the lesson communicated to the students? o Was a purpose established for completing the lesson? o Were students motivated to take an interest from the beginning? 2. TEACHING: o Was the objective explained adequately? o Were sufficient examples and illustrations given? o Were the teaching materials adapted to the students’ needs? o Was a sufficient variety of activities used? o Were occasional summaries provided by the teacher? o Was progress assessed and rewarded? o Were all students involved in the lesson? o Was the teacher sensitive to wait-time? o Were task-related comments and probing questions used? 3. SUPERVISED PRACTICE: o Did the teacher go over a few examples with the students? o Was any reteaching necessary? o Did the teacher summarize important points? 4. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: o Was the practice understood by the students? o Was enough time allocated for students to complete the practice? o Was there enough practice for students to master the intended goal? o Did the teacher monitor the practice? o Did the teacher recap main points? 5. EVALUATION: o Did the teacher evaluate the intended goal? o Did the students seem satisfied with the lesson? What grouping patterns did you observe (e.g., cooperative learning, peer tutoring)? EN 255 FIELD EXPERIENCE – ASSIGNMENT III 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Use the questions on the back of this page to guide your observation(s). What motivational techniques are used? Are they effective? What would you do? As you observe, note the ways students are motivated intrinsically (from within) and extrinsically (from factors outside themselves). INTRINSIC MOTIVATION • What things seem to interest students at this age? • Which activities and assignments seem to give them a sense of pride? • When do they seem to be confused? bored? frustrated? • What topics do they talk about with enthusiasm? • In class discussions, when are they most alert and participating most actively? • What seems to please, amuse, entertain, or excite them? • What do they report as being their favorite subjects? favorite assignments? • What do they report as being their least favorite subjects and assignments? • How do they respond to personalized lessons (e.g., using their names in exercises)? • How do they respond to activity-oriented lessons (e.g., fieldwork, project periods)? • How do they respond to assignments calling for presentations to groups outside the classroom (e.g., parents, another class, the chamber of commerce)? • How do they respond to being given a choice in assignments? EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION • How do teachers show their approval to students? • What phrases do teachers use in their praise? • What types of rewards do teachers use in their praise? • What reward programs do you notice (e.g., points accumulated toward free time)? • What warnings do teachers give? • What punishments are given to students? • How do teachers arouse concern in their students? • How do students motivate other students? • What forms of peer pressure do you observe? • How do teachers promote enthusiasm for an assignment? • How do teachers promote class spirit? • • • • • How do teacher catch their students’ interest in the first few minutes of a lesson? Which type of question draws more answers: recall or open-ended? How do teachers involve quiet students in class discussions? How do teachers involve inactive students in their work? In what ways do teachers give recognition to students’ accomplishments? EN 255 FIELD EXPERIENCE – ASSIGNMENT IV RULES AND PROCEDURES 1. Identify the classroom rules. 2. Describe some classroom procedures that help to enforce these rules? 3. Are there classroom procedures that do not seem to fit with the stated rules? Discuss. 4. When do transition times occur? Describe what the teacher does. Describe what the students do. MONITORING A CLASSROOM 1. What kinds of “appropriate” behavior do you see (may be academic and/or social)? 2. What type of feedback does appropriate behavior get in this class? 3. What kinds of “inappropriate” behavior do you see? 4. What type of feedback does inappropriate behavior receive? 5. Describe the classroom’s climate. MAINTAINING STUDENT BEHAVIOR 1. How do students respond to praise? 2. How do students respond to corrections? 3. What do you think are the causes for misbehavior you observe? …
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