I wanted to gain a better understanding of the strategy and find researched-based information pertaining to the following questions: 1. What are the benefits of the QAR strategy? 2. What is the role of both the student and the teacher when using the QAR strategy? 3.
Furthermore, I will share some instructional approaches I could implement in the classroom to accommodate diverse students. Finally, I will discuss the responsibility of educators in addressing the issue of how our o... ... middle of paper ... ...wn issues and prejudices while expanding their knowledge of the many cultures that make up the classroom. Educators who incorporate multicultural practices in their classroom promote strong cultural identities, positive self-worth, and effective and flexible learning options for all individual and cultural differences throughout their school experience and beyond into adulthood. Works Cited Curtin, E. M. (2006). Lessons on effective teaching from middle school ESL students.
The one quality that may be valuable to be successful in this specific career. As a Special Needs Teacher (S.N.T.) working with students with different disabilities are having to know that lots of understanding of children that are not able to speak. One of the challenges faced is understanding how the child interacts with their classmates and how they learn; what different types of strategies are needed more for each child in the classroom. The obligation as an SNT is to be knowledgeable about the different types of disabilities to assure that it may be taught to any child who comes into the classroom.
I wanted to dive into information on a topic that I was unsure of and learn more about how to handle it. I aimed to find information about ELL, English language learner, students and how I could assist them in the classroom. My Topic and What I Already Knew about My Topic I will explain in this section why I wanted to research within the topic of ELL students. I will also provide my past knowledge and experiences that include being with ELL students due to my observation in a public school for my F200 class. The few weeks I spent observing shed a new light on the subject for me.
Retrieved from ERIC. Hicks, D. , Doolittle, P., & Lee, J. K. (2004). Social studies teachers' use of classroom-based and web-based historical primary sources. Theory & Research in Social Education, 32(2), 213-247. doi: 10.1080/00933104.2004.10473253 Malkmus, D. (2010). “Old stuff” for new teaching methods: Outreach to history faculty teaching with primary sources.
Assessing students for morality education: A new role for school counselors. American School Counseling Associating, 7(5), Jan 30, 2010-356-362. Retrieved from http://www.schoolcounselor.org/files/7-5-356%20Rayburn.pdf Sink, C. A. (2010). Student spirituality.
Federal mandates allows the use of “response to intervention (RTI)” (Bender, 2008, p. 150) documentation as a way to monitor a student’s difficulty with learning in the classroom setting. Therefore, assessments administered to students in the classroom are part of the RTI process. Every student learns differently, and understanding how a student learns can help a teacher differentiate between students who require specific methods of instruction that will enable them to learn, and students who struggle because of a possible disability (Bender, 2008). Discovering how a student responds to interventions attempted in the classroom can provide documentation of successful strategies, and offers valuable information that can help reduce the need for special education services (Kuder, 2008). Lawmakers believe that the RTI process provides appropriate documentation for referral for special education eligibility determination (Bender, 2008).
Works Cited Hardy, D. (2008). Perceptions of school counselors and school administration with respect to the roles of school counselor as they implement the new york state comprehension counseling model (Doctoral dissertation, Western Connecticut State, 2008). Dissertation Abstracts. ProquestJuly 23, 2011, ProqQuest Web site: www.googlescholar.com
This chapter explains the methodology that will be used in this research. Chapter four will look at the results of the study and explain information found in the data analysis. Works Cited Georgia Department of Education. (2008). CRCT scores interpretation guide, 2009 Retrieved from the Georgia Department of Education website: http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/ci_testing Georgia Department of Education.
Questioning can also aid the educator by assessing the students’ comprehension and understanding, thereby allowing the modification of instruction if necessary (Chappell & Thompson, 1999). The form, content, and purpose of the que... ... middle of paper ... ...earned through this research that the questioning strategy I employ must be tailored to fit the goal of the lesson. My strategy must assess prior knowledge and constantly monitor student learning throughout the lesson. My use of proper questioning will facilitate deeper understanding of concepts and will enable the students to grow and expand their knowledge. References Chappell, M.F.