Early Work - Create a list of all of the things in life that could pose a challenge to a family in the sense that it will be stressful, hurtful, and even possibly destroy the family unit. List as many as you can think of.
Read about it - Topics will include the pile-up effect, stressors, internal stressor, external stressor, and coping behavior. Pages 393-396
In yesterday's video, there were many things explained about an infants' physical development. Use your early work time to discuss the following with your group. Be prepared to discuss your answers with the class.
Aside from physical development, what other areas of development are there? (hint:PIES)
What are the five major milestones for an infant in the first year?
About what age does an infant roll over?
Why should you not leave an infant on their stomach for more than a few minutes?
What reflex is baby born with but seems to loose as a result of gravity?
When a baby walks "along the furniture", it is called ____________.
When the infant crawls over the virtual cliff, it shows that infants are not born with what?
For early work today, take ten minutes and write out 2 paragraphs on how your first day back for placement has gone. Include activities done, what you observed, what you did (taught), concerns, things that went well, etc..
Objective - This assignment will allow you to demonstrate your understanding of the types of assessment, give appropriate examples of each, and tell how you will use them in the classroom.
Directions - Your finished project will have four components: (1) a three paragraph essay on "Assessments in My Classroom", (2) a Pinterest board titled Formative Assessment, (3) a lesson plan of your choice that includes three separate formative assessments, and (4) a visual piece that you will create for your classroom that is based on formative assessment.
Essay - In an opening paragraph, discuss assessment as a whole - why it is needed, who benefits from it and how, and a lead that tells the two types of assessment. In paragraph two, discuss the difference between formative and summative assessments, explain the benefit of each, and gives examples of each. In paragraph three, summarize how you will use formative and summative assessments in your classroom, how they will help you improve teaching, and improve student learning. (20 pts -15 for content/5 for spelling and grammar)
Pinterest Board - submit a print out of your Pinterest board titled Formative Assessment. Include 10 pin ideas on your board. (10 points)
Lesson Plan - Write a one page lesson plan on a topic of your choice ( or the choice of your Cooperating teacher). In the assessment portion, name and describe three formative assessments that you could do during the lesson. Tell when each one would be done (I do, you do, we do). You could asterisk this information as well. (30 pts)
Visual Piece - Create a board that curates one formative assessment from your Pinterest board.(25 pts - peer review)
85 points total. This will be due at the end of the day on Tuesday.
For today's early work, create a T-chart. Title it Dating Relationship: Beginning and Ending. List all the things you would like your date to do in the beginning of your relationship. Then list all the ways that would be acceptable or unacceptable for the relationship to be ended. Be ready to share.
Complete the reading of pages 174-175. Create a list of the 7 functions of dating in your early work notebook. Next to each one, name two dates that you would go on to help meet the function. For example, where would you take a date to achieve companionship?