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Unformatted text preview: Sarah Shelden LAI 350 Introduction to Education Observation Paper 3 The teacher began his tenth grade chemistry class by asking students questions about topics learned last week. The students began to settle down and were refreshes about material which enable the teacher to introduce the topic of the day. He made a point to emphasize the most relevant material, what the students should focus on knowing and studying later on. When a student gave and answer to his question, the teacher asks him to explain his reasoning, regardless if it is right or wrong. As the teacher gets into his lesson about the collative properties of water, he frequently rewords complicated ideas and looks to the students to see if they are grasping the point he is trying to make. He readily relates material to real life examples, such as; diluting hot chocolate to explain the unit of moles, material that made up the old high school track as an example of cinders, the idea of salt going into the local creek, and anti freeze to discuss the properties...
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course LAI 350 taught by Professor Ginsburg during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.
- Spring '08