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"Conceptual Model for Becoming a Teacher" ET II Module 3.1
Day
Date
Procedures/Assignment
Due
1

 

Week 1

11/3

Module 3

"Conceptual Model for Becoming a Teacher"
ET II Module 3.1

Objective/Goal:

  • Identify four broad areas of teacher development leading to a conceptual model for becoming an effective teacher.
  • Review Florida's twelve Educator Accomplished Practices-Competencies for Teachers of the Twenty-first Century.
  • Place the twelve Educator Accomplished Practices under the four broad areas in the Conceptual Model

ESOL strategies used in this module:

B11, B14, C1,C2, C3, D5, E6, E22, E23, G11, F3, F4

Journals due
2
11/4

Learn vocabulary

In field

 
3
11/5

Read 3.1

Objective: students will learn where the Florida educator accomplished practices came from.

In field

 
4
11/6

Complete the assignment 3.1

Complete your journal: The journal thoughts for the week is "Examine the teaching atmosphere of your classroom. Do you observe any of the learned INTASC standards?" Write a paragraph about your internship this week. Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.

 
5
11/7 Work in field  
6

Week 2

11/10

Workshop: Educator Accomplished Practices mod 3.2

objectives: students will review Florida's twelve educator accomplished practices.

 

 

Journals due

3.1 due

7
11/12 In field, complete lesson plan.  
8
11/13 In field , complete lesson plan  
9
11/14

In filed, complete and implement lesson plan

Journal thoughts: Identify one way that your teacher demonstrates one of the twelve "accomplished practices".

Complete your journal: Write a paragraph about your internship this week. Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.

 
10

Week 3

11/17

Four Broad Areas of Teacher Development (3.3)

 

Journal thoughts:Review the four broad areas of teacher development. What would motivate a teacher to participate in one (or all) of these areas?

Lesson Plans due

Journals due

11 11/18 In field, complete 3.2  
12 11/19 In field, study 3.2  
13 11/20 In field, complete 3.2  
14 11/21 In field  
15

Week 4

11/24

Complete the lesson plan

objective: students will practice creating and implementing a lesson plan.

or come to the "lesson plan workshop"

objectives: students will review Florida's twelve educator accomplished practices.

The purpose of this lesson is to have students think about what a teacher roles, competencies, etc., are needed to become an effective teacher.

Journal thoughts: Elaborate on why it is important to plan the lesson being taught.

Journals due
16 11/25 In field  
17 11/26 In field  
18

Week 5

12/1

Plan the lesson

Ornament Project!!!

Discussion

Complete your journal: Write a paragraph about your internship this week. Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.

Journal Thoughts:If you constructed a lesson plan model, what would you include?

In field

 
19 12/2 In field  
20 12/3

Work on your lesson plan

In field

Journals due

3.3 due

21 12/4 In field  
22 12/5 In field  
23

Week 6

12/8

 

Teacher Characteristics, Reflection and Self-Assessment

ET II

Module 3.4

Complete your journal: Write a paragraph about your internship this week. Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.

In field

 
24 12/9    
25 12/10 Complete the unit on Hazing  
26 12/11 In field  
27 12/12 In field  
28

Week 7

12/15

Complete your journal: Write a paragraph about your internship this week. Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.

In field

 
29 12/16 In field  
  12/17

Read 4.1 and complete the assignments

 

OBJECTIVES/GOALS:

1.      The student should be able to identify and discuss the 3 types of curriculum taught in schools.

2.      The student should have an understanding of how curriculum is selected and who selects it.

3.      The student should be able to discuss curriculum trends in U.S. education from 1600-2003

4.      The student should be able to identify and discuss some current subject-area trends.

In field

 
  12/18 In field  
  12/19 In field  
 

Week 8

1/5

Complete your journal: Write a paragraph about your internship this week. Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.  
  1/6    
  1/7 Exam/projects  
  1/8    
  1/9    
 

Week 9

12/20

   
 

12/21

 

   
  12/22 Senior exams  
  12/23 Senior exams  
    In field  
       
       
       

 

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