learning record spring 2018-1.docx

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Learning Record Name: Dalia Khater Primary Language: Other Languages (reading, writing, speaking and listening): Term: Year: Part A1: Reflections Please reflect on your prior development with respect to reading, writing, public speaking, and emotional intelligence. Part A2: Aspirations and Intentions Write here about your aspirations and intentions for this course, particularly in terms of the three course strands—writing, public speaking, and emotional intelligence—and how you are planning to realize them. Part B – Midterm assessment Observations (one observation per class plus any additional outside observations) Please include the following information for each observation. Copy and paste these observation fields for each new observation. Copy the whole box below, with all of its fields.
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Date observed: Date entered here: Context (choose one): individual | pair | small group | large group | whole class Activity: Observation (and tags if applicable; e.g., #publicspeaking #skillsandstrategi es) Paste here to create your first observation. Repeat for each new observation. Date observed: 1/19/18 Date entered here: 1/19/18 Context (choose one): individual Activity: Thinking to myself Observation (and tags if applicable; e.g., #publicspeaking #skillsandstrategi es) I noticed in class that it was very difficult for me to pay attention. I kept on thinking about how to better control my thoughts so that I could be more observant, however my thoughts were clouding my mind.
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Work samples (5-8 samples representative of your learning growth) Please include the following information for each work sample. Copy the whole box below, with all of its fields. Assignment: Sample: (Please copy and paste the sample selection here. The sample should not exceed a single page. In some cases you may need to take a screenshot or a photo so that you can copy and paste it into this space.) Your comments (and tags if applicable; e.g., #publicspeaking #skillsandstrate gies) Paste here to create your first work sample entry. Repeat for each new work sample. Part B1: Midterm Analysis of Data Develop your summary interpretation (i.e., analysis) of your development in terms of the course strands and the dimensions of learning. Be sure to
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connect your interpretations with specific examples included in the observations and samples of work. Discuss each course strand from each of the five dimensions of learning. You may format your analysis in paragraph form or in a table. (See samples in Canvas of prior student LRs, but please be sure you do not copy the course strands from the samples as they may have changed.) Part B2: Midterm evaluation and grade estimate Feel free to include here any comments you'd like to add, especially concerning: Your estimated evaluation in terms of the grade criteria for the course (see grade criteria for making your evaluation).
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