PRAXIS

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    WebMaestrex
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    Name: Lisa C
    Class#: 18
    Date: Monday, December 10, 2012
    Location: Gresham High School
    Module: Trimet
    PI: Brooke
    How Many Learners: 14
    What did I learn: Today was a big class but having the students work in pairs with the map and dictation definitely made it easier to walk around help. I love seeing the higher level students help the lower level students, especially with a big group because they’re helping us out also, correcting and assisting each other. We had a new student who spoke Arabic but she was very open in the activities and with the other students with dictation.

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    WebMaestrex
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    Name: Lisa C
    Class#: 19
    Date:Wednesday, December 12, 2012
    Location: Rockwood Library
    Module: What Do You Do?
    PI:Crystal
    How Many Learners: 7
    What did I learn: Today was another Silent Class that went well and was pretty much fun. It was fun watching the students guess the different verbs and try to figure out what Crystal was wanting them to do. They caught on with the alphabet in sign language pretty quick, like last time; some people who came in late who weren’t there last week were a little confused when Crystal was signing the letters but they caught on. Because I had to be Crystal’s voice for the time, I was a little nervous and it was difficult for me to know when to step in and give the answer or just wait for the students to work it out themselves, but Crystal gave me some cues on what to do, which helped calm my nerves. Silent Classes are interesting and fun and is definitely something all assistants should help in, at least once.

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    WebMaestrex
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    Name: Lisa C
    Class#: 20
    Date: Monday, January 14, 2013
    Location: Gresham High School
    Module: At the Doctor
    PI: Estelle
    How Many Learners: 11
    What did I learn: This was a great group to come back to and start the new year with. Everybody seemed to move along great with the activities, at least the group that I was more attentive to. The students still seem a little confused when it comes to putting -s at the end of a word or not but they definitely figured it out when we repeated the word back to them; I guess it’s still some getting used to for them to hear that -s or not and when to or not put it in a word. We played a memory game, although not many matches were made, was still fun and the students caught on really fast about what the pictures were and what body part was written on the cards.

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    Anonymous

    here is a test post so I can then try and edit it in ie and see if I can submit the edit.

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