Secondary Field Notes #1 Description

Secondary Field Notes #1 Description - Alex Fafara...

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Alex Fafara Permission to do 3 Observations at 4 hours each. Field Observation #1 Description After all of the students have finished answering the questions on the board in their journals, the teacher asks them a few questions. Which problem was easier? Why was it easier? The problem that added one number to a mixed number, rather than two mixed numbers together, was much easier. She then shows the students that 1.7 and 9&2/5 are both mixed numbers, as well as how to add two mixed fractions together. The students show that they know how to find the Lowest Common Denominator and the Lowest Common Multiple, and say the process along with the teacher. It is at this point that the teacher takes a break from listening to the math reciting from the students, and begins handing out permission sheets for the class trip coming up in June. She reminds the students that she is collecting all the money from all of the students. She reads the sheet aloud, giving instructions on what to underline, so that the students’ parents know how much they need to pay, by when, and what the students need to pack. While the teacher reads the sheet, the students are relatively quiet, following her directions. They have a lot of questions about the packet, especially on rules about
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course EDUCATION 200 taught by Professor Jenniferdelnero during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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