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Running Head: OBSERVATION FOR EQUITY Assignment: OBSERVATION FOR EQUITY Your name: Course Title and Number: Professor’s Name:
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OBSERVATION FOR EQUITY The observation for equity exercise was carried out on four different occasions. The dates for these observations are as follows: on 7th February 2018, on 21st February 2018, on 7th March 2018, and on 14th March 2018.All the observations centered on a single school, the same grade level, and the same subject area. The institution of learning that was used for the observation is Shenandoah Elementary School. My observations were narrowed down to ESOL third grade class. The physical setting of this classroom was unique: it had a dry board, a bulletin board, and a section for displaying the work of the students. The class also had a smart board, and each row had three tables. The room was spacious and conducive to promoting learning (Cushner, 2014). All the lessons that I attended to observe majored on the following topics: teaching Vocabulary, Spanish, English, and reading. The class had a total of nineteen students from different ethnic groups: Hispanics and whites. Majority of the students in the class were male.
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  • Summer '16
  • Dr. Willy
  • Shenandoah Elementary School

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