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Exploratory Teaching Syllabus

Exploratory Teaching

Syllabus

 

Day
Date
Procedures Assignment

Must be submitted

to Ms. Brady

1 8/25

first day procedures

Module 1-Why do you want to teach?

Students will complete the KLL on teaching. Discuss the 5 reasons why people go into the teaching profession. Content Mapping these 5 reasons.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Identify and discuss reasons people have for choosing to teach
  • Give examples of student variability and student diversity.
  • Explain the influence that teachers have on those who decide to become teachers.
  • Explain how a desire to serve can motivate some people to become teachers.

ESOL strategies:

A7,B3,C2, D2, E19

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

***week long lessons

have parents read and sign all forms.

Module 1-Why do you want to teach?(if you missed this discussion in class, then be sure to answer and reply to the discussion questions as outline in the curriculum, found on this website)

 
2 8/26

Module 1-Why do you want to teach?

*in field assignment

KLL form, fill in the first two columns only! It will be due at the end of this module, so don't lose it!You will fill out the last column at the end of this module.  
3 8/27

Module 1-Why do you want to teach?

*in field assignments

Read and reread all of the information in "Why do you want to teach?" Learn the vocabulary (the words in italic form) This information will be on your final exam.  
4 8/28

Module 1-Why do you want to teach?

*in field assignments

Complete the handout "Why Teach?"  
5 8/29 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.

All signed forms must be submitted:

photograph form, student information (with picture!)

Teacher information form, and

classroom rules

6 9/1

Meeting:

Module 1.2 What are the challenges of Teaching?

Module 1.3What is teaching really like?

Week two Journal Question: Discuss a "reality of teaching" that was demonstrated by your mentor.

Read

Journals due

"Why Teach?" handout

7 9/2

 

In field

Complete "Good Teacher VS. Bad Teacher" (1.2)

   
8 9/3

In field

Read "Classroom Management and Increasing School Violence" (1.2)

Know the vocabulary for this section

   
9 9/4

In field

Read "What is Teaching Really Like?" (1.3)

"six realities project"

Learn vocabulary

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 9/5

In field/meeting

 

 

 

Journals due

Good Teacher VS. Bad Teacher due

Six realities paragraph due

11 9/8

In Field

 

   
12 9/9

In Field

Media Training

   
13 9/10

In Field

 

   
14 9/11 In Field

Complete your journal:

The theme is "Describe how you might use the learned computer strategies in the classroom." Write a paragraph about your internship this week. Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.

 
15 9/12

 

In field

 

Journals due

 

16 9/15

 

Learn vocabulary  
17 9/16

Reading Strategies meeting with our guest speaker

Complete paragraph

Journals due

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

 
18 9/17

Complete Journal

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.  
19 9/18

 

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.

Journals due

 

20 9/19

 

In field

   
21 9/22

Read "How Do Good Teachers View Their Work?"

What Does Society Expect of Teachers?

Complete Activity 1

In field

  Paragraph on activity 1 in "How Do Good Teachers View Their Work?"
22 9/23

Complete Activity 2

In field

   
23 9/24

Complete Journal

In field

Complete your journal:

Journal theme: "Describe how your mentor teacher's attitude is related to their teacher-effectiveness."Write a paragraph about your internship this week. Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.

 
24 9/25

Makeup meeting: Reading and computer strategies

 

In field

 

Journals due

 

Activity 1 and 2

  9/26

 

In field

   
  9/29

Learn vocabularyModule 2

Module 2

Read Colonial Schools (1620-1750)

In field

Read Mandated Education Originates... (2.2)

In fieldModule 2

 

In field

In field

 

Complete your journal:

Journal theme: "Identify a similar characteristic of what education was like in the colonial schools with today's classrooms." Write a paragraph about your internship this week. Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.

Journals due
  9/30

Complete Activity 1 and 2

Meeting

In field

Complete comparison activity and answer the questions (fill in the blanks)  
  10/1 Complete journals 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.  
  10/2

 

 

Work in field

Pick up early presentation forms

discuss exams

 

Journals due

 

  10/3      
  `10/7

Read What Were The Goals of Education during the Revolution Period (1750-1820)? (2.3)

Learn vocabulary for the section State-Supported Common Schools (1820-1865)Read the overview

 

Complete your journal:

Journal theme: "Identify a similar characteristic of what education was like in the Revolution Period with today's classrooms." Write a paragraph about your internship this week. Fill in the information about your attendance, ask your mentor to sign your journal.

discussion for What Were The Goals of Education during the Revolution Period (1750-1820)? (activity 1 and 2)
  10/8 In field    
  10/9

In field

complete journal

 

   
  10/10

 

 

 

 

Early presentation/forms due

   

 

Read Modern US Education History, 1865 to 1920

Read Modern US Education History, 1865 to 1920

in field

   
   

Review for exam

In field

   
   

Review for exam

In filed

   
   

Review for exam

In field

 

activity 1 Modern US Education History, 1865 to 1920

Journals due

    Meeting to check grades    
    In field    
    In field    
    exam/in field    
    exam/in field    
   

in field

Progressive Era (1920-1945)

  Journals due
 

 

 

 

Review for exam

Learn vocabulary

complete all activities

   

 

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