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  1. 1. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION EPISODE 2: THE LEARNER’S CHARACTERISTICS AND NEEDSName of FS Student: Sarah Jane B. CabilinoCourse, Year & Section: BEEd IIIResource Teacher: Mrs. Josefa S. Tenorio Signature: _________________Cooperating School: Tanauan North Central SchoolMy PerformanceFocused on: Differentiating the characteristics and needs of learners from differentdevelopmental levels. Task Exemplary (4) Superior (3) Satisfactory (2) Unsatisfactory (1) All tasks were done with Fewer than half of tasks All or nearly all tasks Nearly all tasks wereObservation/ outstanding were done; or most were done with high done with acceptableDocumentation: quality; work exceeds objectives met but with quality quality expectations poor quality Analysis questions were Analysis questions were Analysis questions were answered completely not answered completely. answered completely; in Analysis questions were depth answers; not answered. Clear connection with Vaguely related to the thoroughly grounded onMy Analysis theories theories theories/exemplary Grammar and spelling grammar and spelling. unsatisfactory Grammar and spelling Grammar and spelling are superior acceptable Reflection statements are Reflection statements are Reflection statements are Reflection statements are unclear and shallow and profound and clear, clear; but not clearly shallow, supported by are not supported byMy Reflection supported by experiences supported by experiences experiences from the experiences from the from the episode. from the episode. episode. episode. Portfolio is complete, Portfolio is complete, clear, well-organized and clear, well-organized and most supporting Portfolio is incomplete; Portfolio has many all supporting documentations are supportingMy Portfolio lacking components; is documentation are available and/or in logical documentation is unorganized and unclear. located in sections clearly and clearly marked organized but lacking. designated. locations. Two days or more afterSubmission Before deadline On the deadline A day after the deadline the deadlineSub Totals Mr. ANTHONY B. BALAKIT _March 01, 2013_ FS 1 and 2 Instructor Date PAGE | 1
  2. 2. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION Learner’s Development Matrix Development Preschooler Elementary High School Domain Indicate age range Indicate age range Indicate age range of children of children of children observed: 4-5 observed: 6-12 observed: 13-16PhysicalGross-motor skills They do love Grades one to three It is a point of time running and playing are just partly similar that they are still most of the time. to those undecided if they They are not preschoolers. will act as a child or conscious on how However when they a teenager one. they will walk or run. reach grades four Some do their fine They are very to six, some walking and going childish and still act become partly up the stairs as of their age. conscious about however, some still their way of walking act as childish as and going up the how they are in stairs. elementary days.Fine-motor skills Preschoolers They started to learn Upon having commonly on their the basic writing experience from stage of emergent and drawing and preschool and writing and drawing develop it through elementary, they wherein they are the guidance of now master the more on scribbling. teachers. Their writing and drawing They draw things drawings are partly skills however, still which are still hard real and their errors are to notice. And their writings are in happening during writing seems to be progress to cursive. this stage. a scratch.Self-help skills Preschoolers always They are still They have their find help and somehow capabilities to help depend from others dependent to their selves and such as their parent others yet, there are being able to do and teachers. things that they many things on their need the guide of own. the older one.SocialInteractions with They treat their They follow their They follow theirTeachers teachers as their teachers’ teachers’ second parents commands and command and PAGE | 2
  3. 3. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION where they can feel requests because respect them but love, care, and they respect them. not like how guidance. Whatever teachers devoted those say, they believe elementary students that it is their must to are. do it. Upon entering the They are flexible in a Commonly, who’s school for the first way that they do they are seated time, they are still on not choose who will with is primarily their the process of be their friends. For groups of friends. At adjustment. They primary grades high school treat their peers as who’s they are especially to thoseInteraction with just their playmates seated with will public schools,classmates/friends and competition suddenly become seating does not yet exist. their friends. As they arrangement is not step on the higher merely giving level of grades, they emphasis so that started to build they can freely friendship who can choose who will be adopt on their their seatmates. nature and interests. Grouping of companions is basically seen at this stage. Being at this stage They are still Living in advanced of four and five, engage with technology world, obviously, they are playing games but students in high still more on playing, slowly, the school nowadays rather than having discussion of lesson are being engaged a serious and formal was being with technologiesInterests discussion of lesson. incorporated. It was such as using through teaching cellphones, playing the basic education online games and for elementary using networking students. sites which sometimes affects their school performances.EmotionalMoods and Students at Elementary students They startedtemperament, preschool are very are being observed become matured PAGE | 3
  4. 4. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATIONexpression of sensitive. They easily to be very good during this stage.feelings cry most especially complainant of They can hide their when they don’t even little things or emotions and act get what they want. manners. Mood as brave as they They are very shifts is also their can. They are expressive in their primary attitude. somewhat happiness or responsible with sadness. their own emotions and feelings.Emotional If they are happy or Through their own Emotional stability isindependence frustrated, no experiences and developing in this matter when or interaction with stage. They learn to where it is, they will environment, they live the life through express it as long as are beginning to reflecting to their they want. They are develop their self- own disposition in also in the process consciousness. Their handling struggling of developing their feelings of and happy self-esteem and happiness, sadness moments of their self-confidence. and frustration are life. moderately been managed through teachers guidance.CognitiveCommunication Their way of As the teachers At this stage, theySkills communicating teach, they learn are being equipped ideas to other rely how to to be able to be a on what they seen communicate competent person on their others. Gradually, in the society. And environment. They they learn how to one of the vital are not that use proper words factors to attain this proficient in using and how they will is to mold students language. be able to in their communicate ideas communication suitably. skills. They become proficient in using the language and how they will be able to convey their own ideas.Thinking skills You can never They are still not that Comprehension pursue preschoolers good in and understanding PAGE | 4
  5. 5. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION to think or comprehension but is essential for high comprehend as as you provided school teaching long as they are not them colorful visual environment. motivated to learn. aids materials and Students are able to So, it is a requisite for provide them comprehend the the teachers to interesting way of text and elaborate arouse their interest delivering the them in a more first, and then let topics, you will then creative way. them think on their inspire them to at own. least participate in the discussion. They comprehendProblem-solving They find it hard to They are slightly and understand solve even small able to find solutions thing that’s why problems and still to a problem that they are capable to needed to have the arise but preferred solve those guidance of the to rely on the problems more teachers. teacher’s way of independently than solution. those primary pupils.MY ANALYSIS Implications to the Salient Characteristics Level Teaching – Learning Observed ProcessPreschoool • Preschoolers like to play • Therefore, teachersAge range most of the time should let the studentsof learners because they are not still feel that going to schoolobserved 4-5 appreciating education, is not boring and so that, they can easily burden, instead, it lose their attention in the provide activities which discussion. children could feel pleasure and enjoyment. • So, motivation should be an integral part of the responsibility of the teachers every time that the children’s attention is being lost.Elementary • Elementary pupils are • Hence, teachers shouldAge range engage in formal offer much of his/ herof learners studying of basic attention and patience PAGE | 5
  6. 6. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATIONobserved 6-12 education for the first for the students every time yet somehow similar day. to those preschoolers, • From this, teachers playing is still part of their should teach the life. Much complaint and students to appreciate questions can also be education and live by its heard from them. importance in their lives. • Consequently, teachers should learn what complaint should be heard and answer their questions.High school • It is a transition of being a • Therefore, teachersAge range child and teenager so should let them beof learners they are confuse on sensible in their ownobserved 13-16 which period they existence and let them belong. They suddenly feel the essence of become conscious education in their life about the things around after graduating high him. school.My Reflections When I was at my preschool days, I remembered that I am very childish aswhat they are today. I love playing but I am a very shy type child. I remembered that Iused to cry when my mother left me at my classroom because I don’t want her to beout of my sight. When I was in my elementary, I’m just an ordinary student whereingoing to school is just a part of my daily routine in life. I don’t even felt how education isimportant in that time. I played with my friends yet I’m not that competitive like howchildren are now today. As I entered my high school days, I’m still confused if I’ am still a child oralready a maiden. I refined my way of walking, dressing and talking yet like them, therecomes a time that nature of being child becomes dominant. Like other students, I alsofelt the existence of competition between my peers during this time especially inacademic matters. Academic achievement is really important to me that timebecause that the only thing that I can do to make my parents happy and proud to me.Additionally, what maybe my dissimilarity among others is that even I am in my highschool days, I already thinking on how I will get scholarships to at least continue myschooling and achieve my dream which is really to be an educator. They are not that infavor with my preferred course, so on how they will interpret my final grade will only bethe way for me to convince them. PAGE | 6
  7. 7. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION On the other hand, I admit that I learned a lot from my former teachers inelementary and high school. Some trained me how to write, read and count. Sometaught me positively yet some are negatively. But what is still remaining on my mind isthat on how my former grade three teacher taught me in a very extraordinary way.Mrs. Virginia Guinto, former adviser of grade three-A choose to join me, together withmy classmates, Jessa Anne Rabago and Bernadette Baran, at MTAP Quiz Bee held atJose P. Laurel Memorial School (JRMS Central I) at Calamba City. As the result wasgiven, we are so shocked when she was so angry to us. She always scolded us in frontof the class and her colleagues and we found out that, according to her, we got zeroscore from the said competition. “Ang bobobo ninyo naman” is one of the cruel wordsthat I personally heard from her. I preferred not to tell that to my parent and I criedevery night because I’m sure that I don’t deserve those words and I know that I havemy correct answers with the given set of questions. I’m very afraid to go to school thattime until my mother knew it with some parents. Maybe, that’s the primary reason why Idon’t trust myself in joining any curricular activities at school. However, nowadays, Irealized that that experience should serve as my stepping stone to prove to them that Iwas once been rejected but now taking courage to at least be part of the professionwho will mold young minds. It serves as my lesson to understand how is that feel and notlet my students to sense what I had experienced. Despite, my gratitude and respect isstill being given to her until this point of time. Not all the time, negative experience will lead to positive learning. Thereare students that once been embarrassed, will not pursue on achieving his goals in life.So teachers should be careful on how he will let the students to learn and how they willdevelop students’ knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to be a productive people ofthe dynamic society. It should always take into consideration that what you’ve said ordone to the students, will greatly impact them and will retain in their minds. How theteachers influence students will be the determinant on how he became an effective orworst implementer of learning.MY PORTFOLIO PAGE | 7
  8. 8. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION Which is your favorite theory of development? How can this guide you as afuture teacher? Clip some readings about this theory and paste them here. “Psychologist Albert Bandura proposed what is known as social learning theory. According to this theory of child development, children learn new behaviors from observing other people. Unlike behavioral theories, Bandura believed that external reinforcement was not the only way that people learned new things. Instead, intrinsic reinforcements such as a sense of pride, satisfaction and accomplishment could also lead to learning. By observing the actions of others, including parents and peers, children develop new skills and acquire new information.” -Kendra Cherry http://psychology.about.com/od /developmentalpsychology/a/ch ilddevtheory.htm Social learning theory is classified as behavioral theory in which the behavior of the stimuli can be affected and modified according to its observation in the environment. Everything that the child seen and observe could actually lead them to learning. This theory will be beneficial and essential guide in my future teaching in dealing with individual differences and how to direct learning to them. Varied behaviors could be observe and contract with but learning could still be effective through using and applying intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in the class. Even without formal lesson, the students can learn by their own reflection in the environment. A print- rich environment will also play its important role in letting the students to be educated in their own. PAGE | 8
  9. 9. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION Which is your favorite theory of development? How can this guide you as afuture teacher? Clip some readings about this theory and paste them here. “Psychologist Albert Bandura proposed what is known as social learning theory. According to this theory of child development, children learn new behaviors from observing other people. Unlike behavioral theories, Bandura believed that external reinforcement was not the only way that people learned new things. Instead, intrinsic reinforcements such as a sense of pride, satisfaction and accomplishment could also lead to learning. By observing the actions of others, including parents and peers, children develop new skills and acquire new information.” -Kendra Cherry http://psychology.about.com/od /developmentalpsychology/a/ch ilddevtheory.htm Social learning theory is classified as behavioral theory in which the behavior of the stimuli can be affected and modified according to its observation in the environment. Everything that the child seen and observe could actually lead them to learning. This theory will be beneficial and essential guide in my future teaching in dealing with individual differences and how to direct learning to them. Varied behaviors could be observe and contract with but learning could still be effective through using and applying intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in the class. Even without formal lesson, the students can learn by their own reflection in the environment. A print- rich environment will also play its important role in letting the students to be educated in their own. PAGE | 8
  10. 10. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION Which is your favorite theory of development? How can this guide you as afuture teacher? Clip some readings about this theory and paste them here. “Psychologist Albert Bandura proposed what is known as social learning theory. According to this theory of child development, children learn new behaviors from observing other people. Unlike behavioral theories, Bandura believed that external reinforcement was not the only way that people learned new things. Instead, intrinsic reinforcements such as a sense of pride, satisfaction and accomplishment could also lead to learning. By observing the actions of others, including parents and peers, children develop new skills and acquire new information.” -Kendra Cherry http://psychology.about.com/od /developmentalpsychology/a/ch ilddevtheory.htm Social learning theory is classified as behavioral theory in which the behavior of the stimuli can be affected and modified according to its observation in the environment. Everything that the child seen and observe could actually lead them to learning. This theory will be beneficial and essential guide in my future teaching in dealing with individual differences and how to direct learning to them. Varied behaviors could be observe and contract with but learning could still be effective through using and applying intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in the class. Even without formal lesson, the students can learn by their own reflection in the environment. A print- rich environment will also play its important role in letting the students to be educated in their own. PAGE | 8
  11. 11. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION Which is your favorite theory of development? How can this guide you as afuture teacher? Clip some readings about this theory and paste them here. “Psychologist Albert Bandura proposed what is known as social learning theory. According to this theory of child development, children learn new behaviors from observing other people. Unlike behavioral theories, Bandura believed that external reinforcement was not the only way that people learned new things. Instead, intrinsic reinforcements such as a sense of pride, satisfaction and accomplishment could also lead to learning. By observing the actions of others, including parents and peers, children develop new skills and acquire new information.” -Kendra Cherry http://psychology.about.com/od /developmentalpsychology/a/ch ilddevtheory.htm Social learning theory is classified as behavioral theory in which the behavior of the stimuli can be affected and modified according to its observation in the environment. Everything that the child seen and observe could actually lead them to learning. This theory will be beneficial and essential guide in my future teaching in dealing with individual differences and how to direct learning to them. Varied behaviors could be observe and contract with but learning could still be effective through using and applying intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in the class. Even without formal lesson, the students can learn by their own reflection in the environment. A print- rich environment will also play its important role in letting the students to be educated in their own. PAGE | 8

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