Sandy Library – Summer 2017

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    Lesson Title:
    Date of Class:
    Day of Class:
    Time of Class:
    MC:
    DJ:
    Assistants:
    Module:
    How Many Learners:
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =

    Total Score:

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):

    #8851

    Katie Murphy
    Participant

    Lesson Title: School and Library
    Date of Class: 5/30/17
    Day of Class: Tuesday
    Time of Class: 12-1:30
    MC: Karen (her name isn’t listed so I used mine on attendance record)
    DJ:Katie
    Assistants: Lexy, Aarlene, Kathy, Diane
    Module: Library
    How Many Learners: 3
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc): good

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) = 4
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) = 4
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) = 4
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) = 4
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) = 4
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =

    Total Score: 20

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): LISTEN & POINT: Used documents related to Kindergarten Registration and summer programs being offered at the local schools. DICTATION: Are your children registered for school? (etc.) Also used questions as a round robin. ROUND ROBIN: with library items (library card, application, summer reading log, etc.)

    #8875

    Katie Murphy
    Participant

    Lesson Title: Tutoring in the classroom
    Date of Class: 6/1/17
    Day of Class: Thursday
    Time of Class: 12-1:30
    MC: Katie
    DJ: none
    Assistants: Lexy, Diane, Aarlene
    Module: We are trying something new
    How Many Learners: 3
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc): good

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) = 5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) = 3
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) = 5
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) = 5
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) = 4
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) = 1

    Total Score: 23

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): Because of recent problems in the class (with one child being so demanding that no one can concentrate) after talking to Patrik we decided to try something new. I started by sitting learners and assistants in a circle and explaining that we would be doing one-on-one lessons today. (I met wit the Assistants for a few minutes ahead of class to tell them what to do). I then paired people up and sent them to tables we had scattered around the room. We each started with the alphabet, since that is so familiar, and were able to cater to the level of the individual. Each teacher/assistant proceded with dictation based on whatever topic they wanted to use. For me, it was mostly family and school. I also incorporated the child into the lesson (he was far more content with this arrangement). Others worked on numbers, colors, relationships. Some used books, pictures from a puzzle game, markers and crayons as props for listen and point. Considering we have not yet been trained it went very well, I think because the relationships between learners and assistants is already developed. The two kids that were present participated, or stayed very near the adults. Feedback from assistants was that an hour and a half was too long, so we will try an hour next time and do something as a group at the end.

    #8876

    Julie Steeves
    Participant

    Lesson Title:Cooking words
    Date of Class:6/6/17
    Day of Class:Tuesday
    Time of Class:12:00
    MC:Julie
    DJ:Katie
    Assistants:Aarlene, Lexy, Diane, Kathy
    Module:cooking
    How Many Learners:3
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):
    loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, books, matching cards, Bingo game
    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =3
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =3
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =3
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =3
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =3
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =3

    Total Score:18

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): we did one-on-one English. Each shadower was matched with a student and chose their own subject for the lesson. We did “Yell and Spell” together as a group in the beginning and the Bingo game together as a group in the end.

    #8884

    Katie Murphy
    Participant

    Lesson Title: Tutoring in the classroom
    Date of Class: 6/8/17
    Day of Class: Thursday
    Time of Class: 12
    MC: katie
    DJ:
    Assistants: Lynn, Marilyn, Lexy
    Module: Tutoring
    How Many Learners: 3
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):
    good, lots of picture sheets, books and props to use as needed
    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) = 6
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) = 5
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) = 6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) = 6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) = 5
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) = 6

    Total Score: 34

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): We continued with our one-on-one. I worked with mother and 2 yr old son, mostly using dictation and props to talk about toys, crafts and playing with kids (while actually playing with kid). Others did more with getting to know you questions, numbers, parts of the body, and more. We came together for the last 30 minutes and played Simon says and did a round robin using craft materials.

    #8889

    Julie Steeves
    Participant

    esson Title: fruits and vegitables
    Date of Class:6/13/17
    Day of Class:Tuesday
    Time of Class:12:00
    MC:Julie
    DJ:Katie
    Assistants :Lexy, Aarlene, Diane, Kathy
    Module:
    How Many Learners:3
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):
    alphabet sheets, books, stacking blocks, toy animals
    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =3
    mpletely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =3
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =3
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =3
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =3
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =3

    Total Score:18

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): one on one instruction

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