LAI 350 Observation Paper 6

LAI 350 Observation Paper 6 - Sarah Shelden LAI 350...

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Sarah Shelden LAI 350 – Introduction to Education Observation Paper 6 In a twelfth grade physics class I observed a lesson on mirrors and how images are reflected. The teacher begins class by asking students questions from the last class. Some of the questions seem like tricks, which encourages the students to think before shouting out an answer, such as is the wall a mirror. (Which I guess it is.) He asks students to defend their answer by asking why. When two students start talking about an off subject topic, he just gives them a disapproving look until they he catches their eye, and then continues on with the lesson. The teacher gives out a hand out with different examples of reflections as a reference. He goes through the hand out explaining exactly what each diagram means and what implications they have; since the object is here, the reflection is actually imaginary. He continually asks questions throughout the lesson to ensure that the students are following along and understanding. He teaches students how
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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.

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LAI 350 Observation Paper 6 - Sarah Shelden LAI 350...

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