By Mary Elizabeth Salzmann
Introduces, briefly textual content and illustrations, using the letter mixture "ay" in such phrases as "clay," "bay," "spray," and "tray."
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That makes this sort of thing valuable to me. I’ve been doing this journal-type thing since spring quarter. I wish I had kept a journal of my thought-notes during my three weeks in the classroom winter quarter. It would be interesting to see my changes on paper. Easier, too. I’ve gone through a lot of changes since then. I’ll bet this is much more interesting to me than to you [her college/university supervisor]. Example of C. Your journal serves as your collection of an information bank. Examples of journal excerpts are presented throughout this book.
Whenever the meeting takes place, make sure it is the first step in building a solid relationship. At the meeting you will form your first impressions of your cooperating teacher. You will see whether the teacher is open and comfortable or restrained in interacting with you. You will probably learn something about the teacher’s orientation toward education and style of running the class: for example, highly structured, following a well-defined schedule, or loosely structured and flexible. Before and after meeting your cooperating teacher, remind yourself that a single conference gives only a first impression.
I don’t think she likes me. She complained about the student teachers she gets from State University, that they’re never prepared. #2 The first class I taught didn’t go as well as I’d hoped. I think I’m getting sidetracked by students’ questions. Because we spent so much time discussing the lab’s setup, the kids didn’t get through the experiment. Mrs. P. seemed really frustrated when I dismissed the class before all the equipment was put away. It’s so hard to win! I know she values business-like efficiency, letting kids out the minute the bell rings.
Ay As in Clay (Word Families Set 7) by Mary Elizabeth Salzmann