Tutoring Journal #4

Tutoring Journal #4 - with the whole class Yip 2 I have not...

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Yip 1 Stacey Yip EDS 136/139 Sarah Simpson 25 April 2011 Tutoring Journal #4 Name: Stacey Yip Dates: 4/19 and 4/21 Place: Crawford MVAS – Ms. Bell (10 th grade English) and Ms. Thompson (11 th grade American Literature) Time: T, Th 9:30-12:15 (5.5 hours this week; 12 hours total) Summary of 4/19 9:30-10:00 – Helped students in Ms. Bell’s class practice their Antigone presentations 10:00-10:45 – Listened to students present their presentations 10:45-11:30 – Students in Ms. Thompson’s class did their daily journals 11:30-12:15 – Students did their own quiet work because they had a substitute Summary of 4/21 9:30-10:00 – Ms. Bell went over the answers to Antigone test 10:00-10:30 – Ms. Bell went over exercises to introduce literary analysis paper to class 10:30-10:45 – Helped students draft their introduction paragraphs 10:45-11:15 – Students in Ms. Thompson’s class did their daily journals 11:15-12:15 – Students followed Ms. Thompson and Ms. Mingo as they did a worksheet together
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Unformatted text preview: with the whole class Yip 2 I have not had a chance to hold a conversation with my host teacher about inclusive practices yet. However, I have not seen any accommodations for students with disabilities in the classrooms that I tutor in. There does not seem to be a need for the promotion of inclusive practices for students with disabilities in my classrooms, from what I can see. I also have not witnessed any special education classes around, but my guess is that Crawford MVAS caters to disabled students in this form. The readings this week reaffirmed my belief that students have a general need of support. Support can come in a variety of ways, whether it means catering to their specific needs like mentioned for disabled students in the Connor and Baglierie article, or being a mentor and encouraging students to achieve more, like Mr. Braxton in Corwins book....
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