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Exploratory Teaching I

Exploratory Teaching I

Syllabus 2nd nine weeks

 

Day
Date
Procedures
Assignment
Due

1

3/29

We will begin Modular 3, Social Issues in Education.

The goal of this section, Schools as Social Institutions, is to provide the students with an overview of the social problems/issues that face schools today, and how we as educators deal with these problems/issues.

The student will:

  • Analyze problems such as child abuse, substance abuse, teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease that place children at risk.
  • Identify educational initiatives aimed at at-risk students.
  • Describe the effects of changing family children and schools.
  • Discuss the role of the media in shaping students attitudes and influencing their behavior.

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

Read What are the aims of education today?

(3.1)

Journal Thoughts: How could your participation in the Exploratory Teaching Program provide "social change"?

 

 

 

Read What are the aims of education today?

(3.1)

Complete activities I and II

Journals due

2.7 due

2 3/30 In field Learn vocabulary  
3 3/31 In field Complete activity I  
4 4/1 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.  
5 4/2 In field    
6 Week 2 4/13

Read 3.2 Describing Schools

 

Journal Thoughts:Describe the "classroom culture" of the class that you mentor in

Complete activities 3.2 1.2

Journals Due

activities I and II for modular 3 are due.

7 4/14 In field Learn vocabulary  
8 4/15 In field Complete activity 1 and 2  
9 4/16 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.  
10

Week 3

4/19

Read 3.3

Journal Thoughts:What "social issues in education" must your teacher deal with, if any....or does your teacher strictly deal with "academic growth"?

 

 

Journal due

3.2 due

11 4/20

In field

   
12 4/21

Learn vocabulary

In field

   
13 4/22 Complete activity 2 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.  
14 4/23

Journal thoughts: Examine classroom events or student behaviors that make you and/or your teacher angry?

 

 

Journals due

activities foe 3.3 due

15

Week 4

4/26

Read 3.4 for meeting

Work in field

 

 

16 4/27 In field 3.4 activity 1  
17 4/28

In field

Journal thoughts: Journal thoughts: Examine classroom events or student behaviors that make you and/or your teacher angry.

 

Holiday Project!

3.4 activity 2

 

 
18

Week 5

4/29

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.

 

 

19 4/30 In field  

 

20

5/3

 

Meeting 3.5,3.6,3.7

Complete 3.6

 

3.4 due

Journals due

21 5/4

complete 3.7

In field

   
22 5/5

Complete journal

Journal Thoughts:Examine ways that your classroom exemplifies characteristics of a successful school.

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

3.5,3.6,3.7 due

23

Week 6

5/6

 

In field

meeting

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

3.5,3.6,3.7 due

Journals due

24 5/7

Read 3.8 Hazing

complete the assignment

In field

Journal thoughts: How is hazing relevant to specific school programs?

 

3.5,3.6,3.7 due

Journals due

25 5/10

complete the assignment

In field

   
26 5/11 In field    
27 5/12 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  
28

Week 7

5/13

 

Infield

 

 

29 5/14

 

Read 4.1

The students will organize and write a simple lesson plan.

II. Specific Learner Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of the unit, the student should be able to:

Understand the purpose of a lesson plan
1. Be able to write objectives
2. Be able to list materials needed
3. Create an opening exercise
4. Create a motivator
5. Write questions following the methods of Bloom's Taxonomy
6. Check for understanding during the lesson
7. Summarize and assess the lesson

ESOL Strategies:

A7,B3,C1,C2,C6,C7,D2, D5, E3, E6, E24,G11

complete the assignments

Work in field

Journal Question: Elaborate ways that planning the lesson enhances classroom control.

 

Journals due

308 due

30 5/17

 

Work in field

5.2  
31 5/18

Learn the vocabulary

Work in field

   
32 5/19      
33

Week 8

5/20

Read 4.1

The students will organize and write a simple lesson plan.

II. Specific Learner Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of the unit, the student should be able to:

Understand the purpose of a lesson plan
1. Be able to write objectives
2. Be able to list materials needed
3. Create an opening exercise
4. Create a motivator
5. Write questions following the methods of Bloom's Taxonomy
6. Check for understanding during the lesson
7. Summarize and assess the lesson

ESOL Strategies:

A7,B3,C1,C2,C6,C7,D2, D5, E3, E6, E24,G11

complete the assignments

Journal thoughts: What would happen if the teacher did not plan the lesson?

Work 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  
34 5/21

In field

 

 

Journals due

35 5/24 Exam I/projects seniors   Journals due
36 5/25 In field    
37 5/26

 

 

 

   
38

5/27

Week 9

Read 4.2

Complete the questionnaire

using the answer sheet

In field/senior exams

Journal thoughts:Do you believe that people have different learning styles?

 

Lesson Plans due

journals due

39 5/28 In field/Senior exams    
40 6/1 In field/Make-up Exams    
41 6/2 In field    
42 6/3      
43

6/4

Week 10

Exams    
44 6/7 Exams    
45 6/8

Read and complete 5.2

Upon completion of this module, the learner will have a better understanding of what impact multicultural education has on teaching.

 

Esol strategies:

A7,B3,C1,C2,C6,C7,D2, D5, E3, E6, E24,G11

Read and complete 5.1

Work in field

   
46  

 

   
47   Recruiting project    

 

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