Critical Analysis Of A Reflection On Exceptional Student Education

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In the summary that follows will be the main points including the techniques demonstrated by the teachers, the designs and arrangements of their classrooms as well as the special methods used by the “Exceptional Student Education” teachers and the “English for Speakers of Other Languages” instructors, that stood out to me as I did the fifteen hours of observations. The fifteen hours was disected into many different classes over many differnt days. Also, nine hours of the fifteen were spent in Exceptional Student Education and English for Speakers of Other Languages classes. This summary / reflection will be a synopsis based on the total fifteen hours as a whole instead of it 's individual pieces. First the techniques, all the teachers…show more content…
The “English for Speakers of Other Languages” students also recieved extra time and attenion from the teachers. The teachers would even call them over one at a time to her desk (during reading time)and administer evaluations to determine their levels of speech. For both classes the teachers would always made sure to speak in a clear voice, they also would make sure to explain things in greater detail. The following is my reflection about my fifteen hours of obsevations, the fifteen hours seemed liked an impossible task at first. Furthermore, I will admitt that I was also very nervous about doing this assignment. After my first few days in the feild, I managed to settle down and learned that all the students, teachers, and administrators were exceptionally supportive. At one point a student even thouhgt I was the husband of their teacher and made me a valentines day card with my first name and the teachers last name written on it, the little girl was very…show more content…
On many occasions students would bring their teachers gifts or hug them, showing me what a great bond the teacher and students can have. After spending time with the students and seeing how curious they are about everything around them, it is not hard to imagine myself as a teacher. Even when the students did get out of control most of the teachers had little trouble getting them back on track often using various techniques. One of the favorite methods that the teachers used was, the teacher would hold her hand up with a certain amount of fingers on it; then asking those that can see her to have the same amount of fingers on their hands also raised in the air. Another style that was popular among the teachers was to have some sort of poster with different color coded levels and the students based upon their behaviour could move up or down and would be rewarded or disciplined
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