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Meserat Zemui Journal 5 I had selected two students this week to focus my attention on. The first student is one of the most problematic children in the classroom. This child is a very bright child but somehow he always seems to find his way into trouble. He spends a lot of time in time out and often speaks out of turn. I have tried to teach him by engaging him in classroom discussions, asking him questions to further his thinking, and including him in the experiments or demonstrations. I have used this tactic to teach him because he needs to be kept busy at all times in order to stay out of trouble. I find that when he is engaged in the activities he is excited about learning and has less time to get into trouble. With the time I have left, I am going to try to continue to keep him as engaged as possible by including him in more classroom activities to stimulate his mind.
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Unformatted text preview: The second child is a child who has somewhat of a language barrier. He is currently working on learning English. He is a good student and well behaved but sometimes he is so quiet that he is drowned out by the other students. It is hard for me to identify with this child because I do not know how it feels to have a language barrier. It is also hard for me to identify with the child because I do not speak his native language. My approach to teaching this child has been hands-on activities. I find that he has been able to grasp the material with hands on activities which show him the concepts first hand. With the time I have left to teach this class I plan on trying to focus more attention on the child and calling on him for group discussions and activities so that he may feel like a part of the class....
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