I performed a running record right away and analyzed her results to get a better understanding about what type of reader she is and where she needs more support. She currently reads at a Level L, which according to Fountas & Pinnell, is a second grade reading level. As a standard procedure of running records, I tested her for the next level (Level M) to see if she has im...
... middle of paper ...
...ch helped her stay on task. She was able to write a great summary with details, proper sequencing, characters, and vocabulary. They only thing that worries me is that her reading and writing is not to par with her classmate, it is evident that she is very behind.
I would improve this experience with Jenniah by spending more one on one time with her. I would have liked to work on a math lesson plan with her. Overall, I do think it is right for Mrs.E to have her evaluated because she far too behind for a third grader going into state testing. Jenniah struggles in every subject practically due to her lack of getting her work done. I could infer that maybe she doesn’t have a strong parental role that pushes her to complete her work but, I can’t make judgments. What I do know is that she needs to practice, practice, practice specially in her reading and writing skills.
Need Writing Help?
Get feedback on grammar, clarity, concision and logic instantly.Check your paper »
- In modern times, it comes as no surprise that there are a plethora of issues and negative occurrences throughout the traditional educational system. Schooling is not a choice, but a mandatory duty that each and every child must fulfill almost daily. Depending on grade level and work load, the average student spends nearly 8 hours per day either learning in school or completing assignments from that day (U.S. Bureau). This indicates that a majority of a secondary education student’s time is consumed by school and school related work.... [tags: Education]
1010 words (2.9 pages)
- What academic struggles will be happened on immigrant students. What kind of thoughts will be brought up to them. In The Happiness Hypothesis, Johnathan Haidt talks about negatively bias in “Changing Your Mind”. This chapter is the best to describe the situation of the immigrant students. According to Kim and Diaz in "Immigrant Students And Community Colleges”, they state that “immigrant students who attend community colleges tend to have lower socioeconomic status and limited English knowledge compared to those who enter four-year institutions.” (93) Many immigrant students have to do part time and face demanding work at school.... [tags: academic struggles, immigrants students]
1590 words (4.5 pages)
- Being in an American school begins a student’s search to find who they are considered in the system. From a nerd to a punk, many academic ties are also involved with this identity. The one group of students who get the most academic ties with his or her extra-curricular activity is the “jock”. As having the title as a jock, a child learns that many people look at someone who plays football or basketball doesn’t have the ability to learn as fast or as well as someone who just studies and doesn’t have extra-curricular activities.... [tags: Sports ]
2393 words (6.8 pages)
- Plenty of factors have contributed to the type of student and human I have become. The people I have interacted with have had a huge influence over the decisions I have made. Supportive people in my life have lead me and supported me on the paths I have taken. The situations I have gone through, good and bad, taught me invaluable lessons. Through the course of my life, many influences, risks, and experiences have molded me into the student I am today. My parents have always been a very positive encouraging force in my life.... [tags: High school, Teacher, Education, School]
1048 words (3 pages)
- The Effects of Grade Inflation In the US, Grade inflation is now a common practice in many colleges and universities. According to the US News, it states “more than forty percent of the grades awarded were in the A range.” Although it is a serious problem, there got to be a way to fix it. 200 prestigious colleges and universities in the United States, who uses the grade inflation, provides a problem. Several of the main causes are desires of positive student evaluations for better school ranking and badly needed funding from tuitions contributed by high enrollments of students.... [tags: Education, Grade, School, Student]
1002 words (2.9 pages)
- Struggles in Education School used to be viewed as one of the greatest benefits every person in America received. It isn’t a right. It is a privilege. Students don’t only learn the curriculum that is taught, but they also learn skills that will help throughout all the years of their life. John Holt states, “Find something, dive into it, take the good parts, skip the bad parts, get what you can out of it, go on to something else.” This is something that all students should hear more often. Students test scores are increasing, but the number of students who are finishing school is slowly decreasing.... [tags: Education, Teacher, School, Grade]
1564 words (4.5 pages)
- ... was the spelling inventory assessment. For this assessment, I gave J.R. a simple spelling test. I would say the word to her and include the word in a sentence. As I did this, J.R. wrote the words down. This assessment was given to see if J.R. could hear and write the constants (initial and final), the short vowels, digraphs, blends, and common long vowels that appear in the words that were given. This was one of the assessments that J.R. struggled with. She spelled most of the words wrong and she had trouble identifying digraphs and blends in words.... [tags: early readers and writers]
1513 words (4.3 pages)
- Eddie is a ninth grade student in English Extensions. My cooperating teacher has had a number of conversations with me about Eddie, as she sees him as a “distraction” in the class and a student who she wanted me to work one-on-one with a lot so that he is less distracting to other students. Through these conversations she has told me that Eddie has an older brother who was in her 9th grade English class last year, and from her perspective is a very “different student” than Eddie. She expressed this to me through her words that Eddie’s brother was “very motivated, always came prepared to class and completed his work, while Eddie does not seem to do this.” For example, his iPad (which each stu... [tags: Education, High school, Sibling, Teacher]
914 words (2.6 pages)
- As part of SEDN 683 Practicum II class, I had a privilege to be a student teacher in P.S. 255 located in Brooklyn. The school is a multi-cultural Pre-Kindergarten – Grade 5 elementary school with a diverse population. The students of P.S. 255 speak over thirty-seven languages. The school respects and values similarities as well as differences. The school received an “A” on the progress report for the past seven years. My first hundred hours, I completed as a student teacher at Grade 1 classroom which serves four children with ASDs and twelve typically developed children.... [tags: Education, Teacher, Frog, School]
944 words (2.7 pages)
- An Interview with a Sixth Grade Student Bringing up the topic of conducting a case study to my cooperating teacher was a surprising experience. I remember asking my teacher to recommend a “difficult” student that would provide an interesting interview. My teacher quickly responded, “Why do your professors always want a difficult student. Sometimes good students provide the most interesting interviews.” I thought about his response and the next day asked him if I could interview Antonio, a student who had intrigued me from the first day I entered Dunn Middle School.... [tags: Personal Narratives Education Teaching Essays]
1263 words (3.6 pages)