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    • Suggested Parent Interview Guide Your teacher may ask you to use a more detailed interview guide, be free totranslate the questions, if necessary.Name of Learner:Renjie P. JordanDate of Birth:December13, 2013Age:9Grade/Year Level: Grade III-BGender:maleNumber of Siblings: 4Birth Order:4thParents:Mother:Zenaida P. JordanAge:49Occupation:Housewife Educational Attainment:College (undergraduate)Father:Edgar R. JordanOccupation:Farmer/FishermanEducational Attainment:ElementaryLearner’s Physical Aspects:HealthMother’s Health during pregnancy with the learner: There are times in her pregnancy that she has fever.Ailments or health problems of the learner as a child: Only fever and no serious health problem encounter.Age of the learner when he started to walk/talk:He was 8 months old when he started to walk and at 1 year old when he started to talk.Food preferences of the learner as a child and at present:When he was a child then he is bottle feed or supplement milk. At present he prefer to eatfish and vegetables.Who took care of him/her as a child? It was only his family who took care of him, most of the time was his motherLearner’s Social Aspect:Describe your child’s sociability (friendly, outgoing or shy, loner) He is very friendly and outgoing child at present.Who were the learner’s playmates? His playmates were his neighbor with the same age as him and also his classmates.As a child then was he/she allowed to play outside?
    • Yes, he is allowed to play outside as long as he wants and he is not sickIs he/she allowed to go out with friends?Do you have rules for him/her to follow regarding going out?What are these rules?Yes, he is allowed to go out with his friends.Rule: Do not go swimming without the guidance of any adults. If playing the whole day, he should be home before 5 pm.Emotional-MoralWhat are your expectations of your child? Expectation of him, he was able to be a consistent honor pupil until he graduate inelementary and high school. And was able to finish a course that he wants in college.How do you provide a nurture environment for your child? He is given only things that he want and not too much to the point that its uselessalready.Does your child go to you when she/he feels down or has a problem? What do you do to meethis/her emotional needs? Yes, the child will go to his mother whenever he encounters trouble with his friendswhile playing outside.What do you do when he /she is not successful in something? So far, he has not been disappointed in aiming for something, maybe because of hisyoung age,How do you discipline your children? He is being discipline through everyday reminders on things. When he commitsmistakes he is being scolded.Do you have rules in the house? What are they? Yes. Rules Do not make any troubles outside with your playmates.How do you impose the rules? This rules is impose, whenever he commits troubles with his playmates he let himalso solve that, and no one will help him on that.What are the consequences of breaking the rules? He will be scolded and punished from going outside and play with his friends.
    • Learner’s Cognitive Aspects:What are the child’s interests? He is interested in studying, he also love to sing and drawing, but it need to beenhance.What is he/she good at in school? He is good in the subjects, Math and English.In what subject/s does she have difficulty? He has difficulty in the subject Filipino.How do you monitor his/her performance in school? How do you motivate him/her? He was being monitor by asking his teacher, how he is performing in school. He wasbeing motivated through always supporting him in everything that he needs in school.Do you have rules at home to help him develop good study habits?What are these rules? How are they implemented? Yes, after school he should make all the assignments before going out to play withfriends. This is implemented, his mother will always check if he has any assignments.
    • After you have gathered all the necessary data. Write the Learner’s development profileusing the outline below. Type the profile in a separate sheet and attached it to this learningepisode. THE LEARNER’S DEVELOPMENT PROFILE (Outline) The Learner’s Development ProfileName of Learner: Renjie P. JordanSchool:Jubay Elementary SchoolDate of Home Visit: March 9, 2013Date of Birth: December 13, 2013 Age: 9Grade/Year Level: Grade III-B Gender: maleFamily ProfileNumber of Siblings: 4Birth Order: 4thParentsMother: Zenaida P. JordanAge: 49Occupation: Housewife Educational Attainment: College (Undergraduate)Father: Edgar R. JordanOccupation: Farmer/FishermanEducational Attainment: ElementaryPhysical Development In paragraph form, describe the physical development of the learner. Combine the teacher’s parents, responses, and your own observations. Social Development In paragraph form, describe the social development of the learner. Combine the teacher’s parents, responses, and your own observations. Emotional-Moral Development In paragraph form, describe the emotional-moral development of the learner. Combine the teacher’s parents, responses, and your own observations. Cognitive Development In paragraph form, describe the cognitive development of the learner. Combine the teacher’s parents, responses, and your own observations. Findings Write here your salient findings about the learner. Conclusions Write your conclusions after you have analyzed the impact of the school and the home on the learner’s development. The questions in the your analysis portion of this learning episode can help you. Recommendations Write your recommendations.
    • Physical Development The physical development of the child normal as to his age.Since during pregnancy of the mother only fever and no serious healthproblem encountered the child now is also healthy, no ailments or anyserious health problems.Social Development He socially develops, because he love to go out with his friends,he is also sweet child so he is very close to his family, to his sister andbrother.Emotional-Moral Development He is emotionally okay, the environment that his parent hasgiven to him help him to become a good child. He also has sound behavior.He knows how to follow rules given by his parents.Cognitive Development As to his cognitive development, at the present he is good thesubjects math and English. But when it comes to Filipino subject he finds itdifficult. He is also interested to singing and drawing.Findings My findings about my interview with the mother of the child, I cansay that the child was being care by his family to the point that he wasable to build a good physical, social, emotional and cognitivedevelopment.Conclusions So therefore I conclude that for a child to build a good physical,social, emotional and cognitive development it should start from theparents and will be enhance in school.Recommendations To the parents for their child to build a good physical, social,emotional and cognitive development the discipline should start fromthem, and even if their child are already in school there should have aproper guidance from them and also monitor them from time to time.
    • My Analysis Your findings and recommendations in the Learner Development Profile will help you answer thequestion here. 1. From your home visit and interview, what do you think is the style of parenting experienced by the learner? Explain your answer. When I conducted an interview to the parents of the learner, I was able to know that the style of parenting they have on their child is authoritative type in which this type of parenting the learner is self-governing but there are still rules present that limit him in his play, actions, and joining with friends. 2. Relating your data with what you learned from child development, what family factors do you think contribute to the development and over-all adjustment of the learner in school. As what I have learned in Child and Adolescent Development the factors that I am going to contribute to the development and over – all adjustment of the learner in school are: first, it contributes how the learners are nurtured by his parents, their financial setting, and cultural background of the family unit. 3. Does the communication between the home-school have an effect on the learner? If yes, what are these effects? “Education begins at home” This quote helped me in finding andunderstanding the behavior of the learner. What he did in school reflects how heis nurtured and reared by his parents at home. One of these effects for instance,if the learner act and possessed misconduct in the classroom, then what he didespecially when it is a serious type then surely his parents are expected to visitthe school and consult for the performance of his child to his adviser or teacher.
    • My Reflections1. Reflect on your own development as a child. What type of parenting did you experience? How did it affect you? When I was still a child until this present, I observed that the style of parenting I have is authoritarian type of parenting. Wherein my parents are always in authority and rules are given. But even if these type of parenting is not available I could still manage my time because I inherit the attitude of my grandmother which makes them happy that at this age of mine, I do not even engage myself in going out with my peers in the sense that I am afraid of the bad influence that might bring me to descend and as what my parent says, “temptations are always there surrounds you so be careful in doing something.” Her lines blessed me, anyway this affects me on my studies in the sense that, instead of spending my time with other, I rather choose to work on my projects and any school activities.2. As a future teacher, how would you establish good home-school collaboration? How can you work well with the parents? How can you help them? How can they help you? As teacher to be, I could establish good home – school collaboration by observing the behavior of the learner in my class. I would be responsible enough on their attitude for instance; if ever there is a trouble behind that creates a conflict, problems in my students subsequently I will call the parents of that learner such that even they will be able to know how their child performed in my class. Wherein through this, we can say that there is relationship between home– school links.
    • My Portfolio1. Make an artistic, colorful and creative visual expression of your insights or feelings about the influence of the home and school to the learner. Then write a few statements on the space below about your visual art. Collaboration between home and school make the learner meet in the challenging world today2. Make a reflection acrostic about the home school link. H-ouse with a good behavior L- earning in O-f the family to I-ndividual mistakes and successes M-anage his/her children to the good N-urture us to be E-nvironment values or in the learning K-nowledge as we go along with our journey S-tudent’s learning should be C-onfine by teachers’ to parent through a H-ome school link in O-rder to have supervision O-n the learning of the students that shapes L-life to the