CS: Marsha Warren
CS: Marsha Warren EDU 202-2001
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Micah Haji-Sheikh on Thursday September 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EDU 202-2001 at College of Southern Nevada taught by Robert Shkorupa in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Secondary Education in Education at College of Southern Nevada.
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“A teacher is overwhelmed by the problems created by her students, including eight children who have unique home problems that are affecting their schooling” Marsha Warren -3rd grade teacher, dealing with the 8 slowest readers in her class. Jose - Trouble Maker Tyrone - Does his best, but a slow learner Angela - Doesn’t care for school, bad attitude Bettie Ann - Youngest of the group, body issues Sarah - Good kid, gets pulled into fights often Katie - Hyperactive Rhea - Broken household, neglected, falling further and further behind Maria - ELL, very little english Marsha is trying to get through a reading session with the eight slowest learners in her class. Tired of being pushed around by her students that day, Marsha yells at everyone to put their heads on their desks, and her students are caught off guard by their usually quiet teacher Frustrated, Marsha goes out into the hallway. Overall, Marsha’s class didn’t really care about learning. In the past, Marsha had always maintained a relaxed nature with her class. With this particular group of students, Marsha had to really stay on top of them. A few of her students had individual needs, but the challenging part was really how immature her class was as a whole. They often acted in a way that was inappropriate for their age and level. The hardest groups being her slow readers. Marsha had tried to combine these kids with other students, but that only made her classes behavior worse. She tried everything she could think of, from reward to punishment. Because of these eight student's behavior, the rest of the class suffers. Marsha decides to go back into the classroom.