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Exploratory Teaching II, Executive Internship First nine weeks

 

Syllabus

Day
Date
Procedures/Assignment
Due
1

1/26

Week 1

first day procedures

have parents read and sign all forms.

 
2
1/27
*in field assignments
 
3
1/28
*in field assignments
 
4
1/29
*in field assignments
 
5
1/30

Complete your journal: Write a paragraph about your internship this week.

Journal Topic:

Relate some of your classroom experiences this week as to why you would or would not like to become an educator.

Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.

all signed forms must be submitted:

photograph form, student information (with picture!)

Teacher information form, and

classroom rules

6
2/2 Week 2
In field Journals due
7
2/3
In field  
8
2/4

Meeting

Go to Who Controls the Schools in the United States? Mod 1.1

Objectives/Goals:
1. Identify, describe and discuss the various parties who are involved in the struggle for control of schools.
2. What is the role that policies play in U.S. education?

ESOL strategies used during this module: A6,A7, B5, B17, C1,C2, C3, C7, C8, E6,E16, E18, F2, F3, G11, D5,B1,B3,B4,C8,,G5

module 1.1 Complete all of the activities

In field

Journals due
9
2/5
In field  
10
2/6

In field

Complete your journal:

Journal Topic:

Relate your classroom experiences to inform the reader (Ms. Brady) how you influence your school.

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

 
11
2/9

Journal Topic

 

"Describe how you might use the learned computer strategies in the classroom."

 
12 2/10

 

Who Controls the Schools in the United States?module 1.1 due, journals due
13 2/11

 

In field

 
14 2/12 In field  
15 2/13

In field

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

 
15 2/17

Reading Strategies meeting with our guest speaker

 
16 2/18

Complete paragraph

Journals due

Journal theme Describe how you would use the learned reading strategies in the classroom.

What role does the Local Community Play? Module 1.2 due

Journals due


17 2/19 In field  
18 2/20 In field  
19 2/23

In field

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.

 
20 2/24

In field

What role does the Local Community Play? Module 1.2

Objective/Goals:
1. Describe how local school districts differ.
2. Describe the makeup and function of a typical school board.
3. Identify the responsibilities of a school superintendent.
4. Explain how parents can influence education.


ESOL strategies used during this module: A6,A7, B5, B17, C1,C2, C3, C7, C8, E6,E16, E18, F2, F3, G11, D5,B1,B3,B4,C8,,G5

In field

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: "Identify ways that students respect you as a TA"

Complete paragraph

Journals due

 

21 2/25

The Hidden Government of Schools (1.3)

ET II

Goals/Objectives:
1. Define school restructuring.
2. Discuss school-based management.

ESOL strategies used during this module: A6,A7, B5, B17, C1,C2, C3, C7, C8, E6,E16, E18, F2, F3, G11, D5,B1,B3,B4,C8,,G5

In field

 

 

Journals due

1.3 due

22 2/26

Complete the assignment for this module

In field

 
23 2/27 In field  
24 3/1

In field

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

 
25 3/2

In field

Read How Does the Sate Influence School Governance? (1.4)

Objectives:
1. Profile the roles and responsibilities of the state legislature.
2. Profile the roles and responsibilities of the state courts.
3. Profile the roles and responsibilities of the governor.
4. Profile the roles and responsibilities of the state department of education
5. Profile the roles and responsibilities of the chief state school officer.

ESOL strategies used during this module: A6,A7, B5, B17, C1,C2, C3, C7, C8, E6,E16, E18, F2, F3, G11, D5,B1,B3,B4,C8,,G5

 

In field

Journal Thoughts: Theorize why a TA must be "responsible".

 

Journal

1.4

26 3/3

In field

Read How Does the Sate Influence School Governance? (1.4)

Objectives:
1. Profile the roles and responsibilities of the state legislature.
2. Profile the roles and responsibilities of the state courts.
3. Profile the roles and responsibilities of the governor.
4. Profile the roles and responsibilities of the state department of education
5. Profile the roles and responsibilities of the chief state school officer.

ESOL strategies used during this module: A6,A7, B5, B17, C1,C2, C3, C7, C8, E6,E16, E18, F2, F3, G11, D5,B1,B3,B4,C8,,G5

Module 1.4

In field

Complete the assignment for 1.5

 
27 3/4 In field  
29 3/5 In field  
29 3/8

In field

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

mentor teacher to sign it.

 

 
30 3/9 In field  
31 3/10

Read Module 1.5

Goals/Objectives:
1. Describe the role of regional education agencies.
2. Discuss how presidential policies influence education.
3. Describe how the U.S. Department of Education influences education.
4. Discuss how federal and state governments may be in conflict over education.


ESOL strategies used during this module: A6,A7, B5, B17, C1,C2, C3, C7, C8, E6,E16, E18, F2, F3, G11, D5,B1,B3,B4,C8,,G5

 

(workshop/meeting)

Journal thoughts: Elaborate on

on the ways that Jeb Bush and his educational policies has impacted education as related to the classroom that you are working in.

Journals due, 1.5 due
32 3/11

Learn Vocabulary

In field

 
33 3/12 In field  
34 3/15

Read 2.1

Goals/Objectives:
" Recognize and discuss three sources of funding for schools.
" Discuss the recent trends in federal funding for education.


ESOL strategies used during this module: A6,A7, B5, B17, C1,C2, C3, C7, C8, E6,E16, E18, F2, F3, G11, D5,B1,B3,B4,C8,,G5

(workshop/meeting)

In field

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

mentor teacher to sign it.
 
35 3/16 In field  
36 3/17

Other Trends for Funding Schools Mod 2.2

Objectives/goals:
" Evaluate various approaches for promoting educational equity and excellence.

ESOL strategies used during this module: A6,A7, B5, B17, C1,C2, C3, C7, C8, E6,E16, E18, F2, F3, G11, D5,B1,B3,B4,C8,,G5

In field/

Journals

2.1

37 3/18

Learn vocabulary

In field

 
38 3/19

Review for exam

In field

 
39 3/22

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

mentor teacher to sign it.

In field

 
40 3/23 In field  
41 3/24 Exam/projects due  
42 3/25 Exams  
43   Exams  
    Exam  
    Final  
 

 

 

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