25 Name of the child Marc Clarenz Jaranilla Date Venue Pagbilao

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Name of the child: Marc Clarenz Jaranilla Date: July 25, 2012 Venue: Pagbilao East Elementary School Time: 9:00 – 10:30 am Observational Checklist BEHAVIOR FREQUENCY Fidgeting in seat IIII Getting out of their seat IIII – I Walking around during class II Interrupting others work IIII Physical aggressiveness towards his/her peers II Talking with seatmate IIII - III Screaming loud III Participation in activities I Not participating in activities II Not paying attention IIII Noted by: _________________ (Cooperating Teacher) Date noted: _______________ Name of the Observer: Giovan R. Sevilla 26
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Name of the child: Cheska Jovine Decena Date: July 30, 2012 Time: 9:00 – 10:30 Venue: Pagbilao East Elementary School Observational Checklist Situation Antecedent Behavior Consequence Reading words written in the blackboard (9:30 am) Teacher Porte told the students “eyes front and read the words on the board He didn’t read because she was nervous and bothered Teacher Porte told him to read after her five times 9:45 am Teacher Porte told a group of students to read the words on the blackboard He didn’t participate with her classmates and just stood Teacher Porte told him to stay stood and read again after her Writing in activity notebook 10:00 am Teacher Porte said “get your activity notebooks” He talked to her seatmate before getting her activity notebook He and his seatmate didn’t finish the activity and they don’t got a star mark 10:15 am none is observed not doing the activity The teacher ignored the situation 10:30 am none is observed interrupting seatmate during activity The teacher ignored the situation talking to her seatmate loudly The teacher reminded him to keep his voice down and to do his activity. 27
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THE LEARNER’S DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT FS 1 FIELD STUDY 1 EPISODE 4 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND LEARNER’S INTERACTION (focusing on differences in gender, racial, religious back grounds) Name of FS Student: Giovan R. Sevillla Course: BEED - 1 Cooperating School: Pagbilao East Elementary School Your Target At the end of this activity, you will gain competence in determining teaching approaches and techniques considering the individual differences on the learners. Your Map The learners’ individual differences and the type of interaction they bring surely affect the quality of teaching and learning. This episode is about observing and gathering data to find out how student diversity affects learning. To reach your target, do the following tasks: 28 Step 1. Observe a class in different parts of the school day. (beginning of the day, class time, recess, etc). Step 2. Describe the characteristics of the learners in terms of age, gender, and social and cultural diversity. Step 3. Describe the interaction that transpires inside and outside the classroom. Step 4. Interview your resource teacher about the principles and practices that she uses in dealing with diversity in the Step 5. Analyze the impact of individual differences on learners’ interaction
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Your Tools Use the activity form provided for you to document your observations.
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