Observation 2 pg2

Observation 2 pg2 - with keyboards and speakers. Satisfied...

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Sheet1 Page 1 veneer looking placard entitled "birthday calendar" was plastered with bee and flower images on various squares, which were designated as certain dates. The bees were labeled with boys' names and the flowers with girls' names. A sign caked with paper dolls announced, "1 have a right to: be treated with respect, be safe in this classroom, to hear and be heard, and to be myself" Resting against this cheerfully decorated wall was a cubby filled with school supplies, educational books and board games. A globe tipped on a stand graced one end of this cubby and an organic looking pumpkin framed the opposite side. A makeshift art gallery of the children's paperclip mobiles hung with clear fishing line ran along this side of the room. The whole room contained nine wooden desks with two chairs each. A nearby bottle of Germ-X was a reminder to be respectful of the health of others. Behind me ominous objects bulged under a fabric "map of the world" dust cover. 1 peeked. Four Toshiba computers stood erect on the table complete
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Unformatted text preview: with keyboards and speakers. Satisfied with my review of the room, 1 sat on one of the kiddie chairs at the sole computer de~ t Sheet1 Page 2 children, sixteen in all, gave me curious stares as they marched happily in a carefree fashion. The teacher, who appeared to be in her mid-forties, hurriedly reminded the .r- assistant that today was a "free day", (apparently the following day was the annual fall carnival). The children were terribly excited and she knew they would be unable to concentrate on their studies. After the students filed past their desks they sat at the front of the classroom on the carpet. The teacher pulled on her headpiece, which must have coincided with a speaker somewhere, for almost immediately her voice was easily heard above the excited din ~: were~formed that if they were good, they would get computer and play time. If they Sheet1 Page 3 Sheet1 Page 4 she commanded the students to "sit on their hands". The students...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2010 for the course CHDV 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Palomar.

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