The child I will be observing is Miss S, and her age is 5 years old. I will be observing Miss S in the Language Development which pertains to the Oral Language. I found out from the mother Mrs. K that Miss S. has a stuttering problem when she gets excited. Miss S gets embarrassed most of the time she does it. Mrs. K her mother states that she has to stop Miss. S and tell her to slow down and take her time. Miss S when she takes her time she can talk without the stuttering but she uses 2 word sentences because she is afraid to talk and people make fun of her. The mom says the best place to observe Miss S is here at head start in the classroom, because she fills more comfortable around her teacher and her peers. Miss K the mom states that she
• Albert Einstein once said, “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” I’ve seen this today, where students are these fish, and these standardized tests that we take are the
SEI LESSON PLAN Template for Full Structured English Immersion (SEI) Completion Course (45 hours) Name: | | Proficiency Level: | High Intermediate | Est. time frame to complete lesson | 45 minutes | *School/District: | | ELP Domain and Standard: | ELL Stage III: Grades 3-5 Listening and SpeakingStandard 2: The student will express orally his or her own thinking and ideas.
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a. Approaches to Speaking The teaching of a productive skill, like speaking, is a vital part of any language education. Approaches to teach speaking have been changed noticeably during the time. The behaviorist approach, which is a traditional way of teaching, includes drilling, memorizing, answering and not questioning, checking and not correcting, individual learning, teachers are the sources and producers of knowledge, students are the recipients, and leaving no place for much thinking and understanding . The Presentation, Practice, Production (PPP) is an approach based on behaviorist teaching [2, 3]. The PPP approach focused on accurate use of the grammatical forms taught at the Presentation stage. But very few students who finished their English courses were able to use their English to communicate adequately with others.
The speaking literacy objective allows students to convey one’s thinking in complete sentences, which we did during our discussions about Invisible Man. During these discussions we were required to think of questions to ask the class in order to make us think a little bit deeper than we normally would, which is exactly what happened. Each student had a new and thoughtful question for each discussion, which would often cause an introspective discussion about not just the book, but sometimes our society. Thinking about what we were going to ask, caused us to carefully pick our words so that it would be not only comprehensible, but provocative. While reading Invisible Man, one of the questions I asked my classmates was, “Do you think it's possible
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1. In 1-3 sentences what is the most important point of this week’s readings, and why do you feel that was the most important point.
Speech Competition What does it take to capture the imagination? The answers are could go cover to cover in this book, and for each speaker to come up in the Senior Speech Competition 2015 there was a different set of skills and talents used to sway the hearts and minds of the audience. Every year the school holds a speech competition in which students throughout the senior school are able to persuade and entertain a large audience on whatever impassions them.
The speeches have varied with time as the issues facing the country are always changing, and also the audience to whom the speeches have been directed have changed over time. The president’s personality also had a great influence on how they delivered the speech. In this test analysis we will be looking at the story derived from the various visualization presentation used. We note the trend of certain words, and the changes in the text as different president took over and time elapsed. Some of the factors that could have caused a shift in the words used is the strategy used by the speaker as they try voice their opinion to the congress and the citizen or alternatively.
Behavior Change Project Introduction: I am looking forward to changing my caffeine intake. I have been consuming a large amount of caffeinated drinks before my workouts which has become a problematic health behavior. I plan to eliminate the abundance of caffeine from my diet. To do this I will develop a behavioral intervention. I believe this project is going to help me challenge a difficult task that I have been procrastinating about. I am also eager to be able to construct a similar behavior change intervention for other individuals who may need my assistance.
You are the president of the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) at an urban school. At the last association meeting, many parents expressed their concern about the poor performance of their children, particularly in Mathematics, science and the English language. They felt that the school should work harder towards improving the teaching and learning of these subject. The PTA could assist but the association does not have enough funds (money) to carry out its projects for the school. you wish to speak about this problem and suggest some solutions at the forthcoming meeting.
For my speech evaluation, I will be taking a look at a speech given by Dr. Rick Rigsby during his master’s graduation ceremony. Rigsby begins his speech by making some comical jokes in the beginning to liven up the crowd. He relates to the audience by saying he wears cowboy boots and refers to himself as a “black neck redneck.” After Rigsby gets the attention of his crowd, he begins to go into to the message he wants to deliver to his audience. He begins by telling the audience of his father who was a third grade dropout. Rigsby mentions that even though his father was a drop out he had some of the wisest life lessons to teach. Dr. Rigsby then quotes Mark Twain stating “I never let my schooling get in the way of my education.” From their he explains that his father taught himself how to right and read during the Jim Crow era of our country. Dr. Rigsby begins to tell the audience that he has three degrees and his brother is a judge, which he then says they are not the smartest in the family. He explains that his father was the most educated. He then begins to quote the sayings his father would always tell him from famous figures such as Michael Angelo, Henry Ford, and his fathers own personal quotes. From their he quotes Aristotle saying “You are what you repeatedly do.” He then affirms that excellence should be a habit and not an act. He now begins to talk about a former UCLA coach by the name of widen. He informs that this coach would sweep his own court during his off
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Abstract This paper will go over the three main goals I would like to achieve in my public speaking career. My first goal is to improve upon the structure of my speeches to ensure that the topics that I discuss are in an order that will make sense to the audience.