Fs 1 episode 6 home school link

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This is the last Episodes of FS 1. In this episode, you will gain competence in reflecting on the impact of home and family life to learning.

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Fs 1 episode 6 home school link

  1. 1. The Learner’s DevelopmentFS1 and Environment FIELD STUDY Episode 6HOME SCHOOL LINK_______________________________________________________________________Name of FS Student NOEL JABAGAT PAROHINOG_____________________________ __Course Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education major in English Year & Section II- CResource Teacher Mrs. Flerida Lawrence Demegillo Signature ____________Cooperating School Binalbagan Catholic College - High School Department __Your Target At the end of this activity, you will gain competence in reflecting on the impact ofhome and family life to learning.Your MapTo reach your target, do the following tasks:
  2. 2. Your Tools Use the activity form provided for you to document your observations. An Observation/Interview Guide for Home School Link Read t h e f o llo w in g c a r e f u lly b e f o r e y o u b e g in t o o b s e r v e / in t e r v ie w . T h e w r it e y o u r o b s e r v a t io n r e p o r t o n t h e p r o v id e d s p a c e . Th e Le a r n e r 1 . M a k e a g e n e r a l o b s e r v a t io n o f t h e le a r n e r . D e s c r ib e h im in e a c h o f t h e d o m a in s o f d e v e lo p m e n t . P h y s ic a l b o d y b u ilt and h e ig h t ( th in , c h u b b y , u n d e r w e ig h t , o v e r w e ig h t ) , le v e l o f p h y s ic a l a c t iv it y ( f a s t , s lo w , le t h a r g ic , a c t iv e , e t c .) S o c ia l in t e r a c t io n w it h te a c h e rs a n d c la s s m a t e s ( lo n e r , s h y , s o c i a b l e , f r i e n d l y , g e t s i n t o f ig h t s , l i k e d b y o t h e r s , e t c . ) E m o t io n a l m o o d s, t e m p e r a m e n t, c r ie s e a s ily , lo s e s te m p e r, h a p p y , s h o w s e n t h u s ia s m , e x c it e d , in d if f e r e n t , e t c .) C o g n it iv e (ap p e a rs to u n d e rsta n d le s s o n s, cop es w it h th e le s s o n s , e x c e ls , la g s b e h in d , s h o w s r e a s o n in g s k ills , t u r n in a s s ig n m e n t s a n d r e q u ir e m e n t s , e t c .) I n t e r v i e w t h e Te a ch e r 1. W hat a re th e m o st n o t ic e a b le c h a r a c t e r is t ic s of th e le a r n e r ? ( E m o t io n a l d is p o s it io n , b e h a v io r and d is c ip lin e , se n se of r e s p o n s ib ilit y , s t u d y h a b it s , a c a d e m ic p e r f o r m a n c e , r e la t io n s h ip w it h p e e r s , r e la t io n s h ip w it h a d u lt s , s o c ia l a d ju s t m e n t) 2 . H o w d o e s t h e t e a c h e r c o m m u n ic a t e w it h t h e p a r e n t s ? H o w o f t e n ? W h a t d o t h e y d is c u s s ? A g r e e o n ? In ter v i ew w i th Pa r en ts 1 . C o n d u c t a h o m e v is it . O n c e t h e r e , o b s e r v e t h e h o m e s e t - u p . ( H o m e is o r d e r ly , f a m ily p ic t u r e s in t h e li v in g r o o m ) 2. U se th e in t e r v ie w q u e s t io n s on th e n ext p ag e. Ju s t a sk th e q u e s t io n s w it h w h ic h y o u f e e l c o m fo r t a b le .
  3. 3. Suggested Parents Interview GuideYour teacher may ask you to use a more detailed interview guide. Be free to translatethe questions if necessary. Name of Learner: Stephen Granada Jr. Date of Birth: June 28, 1994 Age: 16 Grade/Year Level: Third year Gender: Male Number of Siblings: 8 Birth Order: 1 Parents Mother: Monyeen Granada Age: Housewife Occupation: Housekeeper Educational Attainment: College Level Father: Stephen Granada Occupation: Mechanical Technician Educational Attainment: High School Level Learner’s Physical Aspect: Health Mother’s health during the pregnancy with the learner: The mother’s health during her pregnancy with the learner is very okay in the sense that she always ate green leafy vegetables and take vitamins which is good for pregnant women. Ailments or health problems of the learner as a child: My child grows up physically and mentally fit and he itself does not have any health problems ever since I delivered him and he is really healthy. Age of the learner when he/she started to walk/talk: He started to walk and talk when he reached at the age of 1 and half year after birth. Food preferences of the learner as a child and at present: Presently, I don’t have any problems about his diet when he was still a small kid until at present because he is fond of eating green leafy vegetables and fruits. Who took care of him/her as a child? Ofcourse, I and my husband take good care of him since he was at stage of infancy until this present that he is already at the stage of puberty.
  4. 4. Learner’s Social Aspect:Describe your child’s Sociability (friendly, outgoing or shy, loner) He is very friendly. I don’t have any problems the way he socializewith others. I am very thankful for the reason that I have a child like himwho does not involve himself in any kind of trouble and mess.Who were the learner’s playmates? He is fond of playing with our neighbor who has the same age withhim and that served already as his playmates when he came from school.As a children then was he/she allowed to play outside? Yes, he is allowed to play outside the house as long as he is only ata distance where I can see him. And together with my husband, we do notavoid him to play.Is he/she allowed to go out with friends?Do you have rules for him/her to allow regarding going out?What are these rules? Speaking about that, I have a big NO, why? Because, we as hisparents are afraid that he might engage and learn to drink liquor, smokingand we don’t want that his friends itself are the reason why he knew suchthings. In other words, we are scared of the bad influence of his friendseventhough some of his peer are good but we are just protecting himahead before that time comes.Emotional – MoralWhat are your expectations of your child? We are expecting that he can set his own goals in life, that hecould finish his studies and overcome the temptations that surround himas he continue his expedition in this life.How do you provide a nurturing environment of your child? Since he is the eldest, we are generous according to his needs. Weprovided him something and so that he could feel the unconditional love,care and such that he may be able to realize how precious is he in our sightDoes your child go to you when she/he feels down or has a problem?What do you do to meet his/her emotional needs? He is shy to tell his problems to me but he seek his fathersattention and help when he is afraid of something. What we are doing tomeet his emotional needs is that we advice him something which coulduplift his hurtful emotion.What do you do when he/she is not successful in something? When he attempt to do something and he got failed, we are tellinghim not to mind that opportunity he missed because there are manychances to have it again and we are advising him not to surrender. As whatother says, life is touch and go” we are often inculcating it in his mind toremind not to cloud his eyes with tears but to be strong enough.
  5. 5. How do you discipline your children? When it comes to discipline alone, well, I am very strict. I amimplementing rules at home. I try to impose discipline to them in properplaces and with proper reasons.Do your have rules in the house? What are they? Yes, I have plenty of rules in the house. First, they are not allowedto watch the television unless and until they are through with theirhousehold chores.How do you impose the rules? I impose the rules by simply saying and telling it to them.What are the consequences of breaking the rules? Actually, there are no consequences in breaking the rulesbecause as what I have observed, my children are obedient in the ruleshere at home.Learner’s Cognitive Aspect:What are the child’s interests? He is interested in playing board games particularly in chess.What is he/she good at in school? He is not totally good in academics, but he is active in extracurricular activities in their school, he is always ask my support when he isjoining in the contest.In what subject/s does he/she have difficulty? He is always clamoring that he find difficult in Mathematics as hisintricacy subject.How do you monitor his/her performance in school? How do youmotivate him/her? In fact, when he was still in elementary, I always inquired abouthis performance in his teacher. If I sense something which is not good, Icalled him and warned him to study hard.Do you have rules at home to help him develop good study habits? Yes, since he was in kinder, we do not allowed him to spend histime in watching television. We always ensure that he can study hislesson and make his assignments.What are these rules? How are they implemented? One of the rules is, do your homework first before watching inthe television. This is implemented by saying verbally.
  6. 6. After you have gathered all the necessary data. Write the learner’s profileusing the outline below. Type the profile in a separate sheet and attached it to thislearning episode. THE LEARNER’S DEVELOPMENT PROFILE (Outline) The Learner’s Development Profile Name of the Learner Stephen Granada Jr. School Fellowship Baptist School – High School Department Date of Home Visit October 10, 2010 Date of Birth June 28, 1994 Age: 16 years old Grade/Year level: Second year Gender: Male Family Profile Number of Siblings: 8 (eight) Birth Order: First Parent Mother: Moonyen Parohinog Granada Age: 38 Occupation: Educational Attainment: College Graduate Father: Stephen Granada Age: 39 Occupation: Mechanical Technician Educational Attainment: College Graduate Physical 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 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 observation of the learner. Conclusions Write your observation after you have analyzed the impact of the school and the home on the learners development. The questions in the portion of this learning episode can help you. Recommendations Write your recommendations.
  7. 7. Physical development The learner development is okSocial DevelopmentEmotional – Moral DevelopmentCognitive DevelopmentFindings.ConclusionsRecommendationsRecommendations
  8. 8. Your Analysis Your findings and recommendations in the Learner Development Profile will help you answer thequestions here.1. From your home visit and interview, what do you think is the style ofparenting experienced by the learner? When I conducted an interview to the parents of the learner, I was ableto know that the style of parenting they have on their child is authoritative typein which this type of parenting the learner is self-governing but there are stillrules present that limit him in his play, actions, and joining with friends.2. Relating your data with what you learned from child and adolescent, whatfamily factors do you contribute to the development and over-all adjustmentof the learner in school? As what I have learned in Child and Adolescent Development the factorsthat I am going to contribute to the development and over – all adjustment ofthe learner in school are: first, it contribute how the learners are nurtured by hisparents, their financial setting, and cultural background of the family unit.3. Does the communication between the home-school have an affect on thelearner? 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.Your Analysis1. Reflect on your own observation as a child. What type of parenting did youexperience? How did it affect you? When I was still a small boy until this present, I observed that the style ofparenting I have is authoritarian type of parenting. Wherein my parents arealways in authority and rules are given. But even if these type of parenting is notavailable I could still manage my time because I inherit the attitude of my motherwhich makes them happy that at this age of mine, I do not even engage myself ingoing out with my peers in the sense that I am afraid of the bad influence thatmight bring me to descend and as what my parent says, “temptations are alwaysthere surrounds you so be careful in doing something.” Her lines blessed me,anyway this affect me on my studies in the sense that, instead of spending mytime with other, I rather choose to stay and help my parents at home.2. As a future teacher, how would you establish good home – schoolcollaboration? How can you speak well with the parents? How can you helpthem? How can they help you? As teacher to be, I could establish good home – school collaboration byobserving the behavior of the learner in my class. I would be responsible enoughon their attitude for instance, if ever there is a trouble behind that create aconflict, problems in my students subsequently I will call the parents of thatlearner such that even they will be able to know how their child performed in myclass. Wherein through this, we can say that there is relationship between home– school link. NJP

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