How often What do they discuss Agree on Interview with Parents 1 Conduct a home

How often what do they discuss agree on interview

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How does the teacher communicate with the parents? How often? What do they discuss? Agree on? Interview with Parents 1. Conduct a home visit. Once there, observe the home set-up. (Home is orderly, family pictures in the living room) 2. Use the interview questions on the next page. Just ask the questions with which you feel comfortable.
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Suggested Parent Interview Guide Your teacher may ask you to use a more detailed interview guide. Be free to translate the questions, if necessary. Name of Learner: Marc Clarenz Jaranilla Date of Birth: March 18, 2007 Grade/Year Level: Pre-school Number of Siblings: 2 Birth Order: 1st Age: 5 years old and 7 months Gender:Male Parents: Mother: Joy Jaranilla Age: 27 Occupation: Small Scale business woman Educational Attainment: Vocational Father: Sonny Jaranilla Occupation: OFW Educational Attainment: Vocational Learner’s Physical Aspect: Health: Mother’s Health During Pregnancy with the learner: I am physically fit during my pregnancy with Marc Clarenz. Ailments or health problems of the learner as a child: The health problems that I remember with Marc Clarenz as a child is cough, cold and flu. Age of the learner when he started to walk/talk: It was about a year when he started to walk and a few months later he had his first words. Food preferences of the learner as a child and at present: He likes hotdogs very much, like most children that I know. Fried chicken and sandwiches are also his favorite. Who took care of him/her as a child? I personally took care of him as a child. 40
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Learner’s Social Aspect: Describe your child’s sociability (friendly, outgoing or shy, loner) He is very outgoing and friendly. He is never shy or la loner because he talks all the time and he approaches peers like he have known them for so long. Who were the learner’s playmates? Kids of our neighbors and his classmates. As a child then was he/she allowed to play outside? Its only when he entered preschool that I allowed him to play outside. Is he/she allowed to go out with friends? Do you have rules for him/her to follow regarding going out? What are these rules? He is still not allowed to go out with his friends, he is too young and reckless. Yes there are rules, 1 st : He should come home if I called him and 2 nd is do not play outside where I cant see him or too far from our home. Emotional-Moral What are your expectations of your child? He learns fast, I’m expecting him to keep it up as he grows. How do you provide a nurturing environment for your child? I always remind Clarenz to be nice and I make sure that his needs are met as much as possible. I want the best for my child. Does your child go to you when she/he feels down or has a problem? What do you do to meet his/her emotional needs/ Clarenz is a sweet child even if he is noisy and doing so many messy stuff, but when he have a problem, you can see him just sitting somewhere in the house. He stays silent unless someone approaches him, it’s only there that he would share what he feels. When he is sick he comes to me and places his head in my arm and hugs me softly.
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