CS: Anne Holt
CS: Anne Holt EDU 202-2001
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Date Created: 09/22/16
“The case follows an experienced teacher through her morning routine with a diverse group of first grade children.” Anne Holt - First Grade teacher Marcus Washington - Grad student, working on a master's degree, observing Anne’s class for five mornings. While Anne writes on the board, Marcus starts to walk around the classroom. The classroom has lots of student-written books in it. Marcus observed Anne’s class followed a constant routine. First the children read with a partner. The tow assistance (regular, and special ed) meet Marcus. At 8:50am, the morning announcements come on. After Anne introduces Marcus to the class, she goes over the plan for the day with her students. She combines both math and vocabulary lessons as she speaks. Marcus notices that all the children are engaged in Anne’s lesson. The reading teacher and her assistant come into the classroom, and work with a couple groups of children one-on-one. At 10:15, the reading teachers leave. Marcus asks Anne about the children’s reading levels. She explains her basal reading program, where she brings children into the program as their reading literature skills develop. Just like any classroom, Anne has some students that are further behind for various reasons. She explains she has the children keep journals to help track their development. She names a handful of children for Marcus to watch. Anne reminds the children they’re going to be reading from their journals, so if they haven’t written a new entry, then then need to do so. At 11:00am, the children read from their journals. One by one, the kids go up to Anne, and she helps each of them read their journal entry aloud. Anne makes sure to give each student the individualized attention they need. Marcus notices while the children are engaged, a good portion of them are in and out of their seats. Anne only quiets them when the noise level has become too loud to converse over. When every child has read, Anne goes over what the afternoon schedule will be. Some children ask if they can eat their lunches in Anne’s classroom, to which she agrees. After she takes the kids to the lunchroom, Anne returns and asks Marcus if he has any questions. Marcus only asks about Anne not making the children sit quietly. Anne explains it’s hard for little ones to sit still for long periods of time. Marcus leaves, excited to return the next day.
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