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FS 4

Exploring the
Curriculum

FIELD STUDY

Episode 1 Name of FS Student:

Beverly N. Abulac

Course:

BSED

Year & Section: Mathematics 4-1

Resource Teacher:

Mrs. Arpre Lyn Timbang- Solis

Cooperating School: Malinta National High School

THERMOMETER CHECK
Name of FS Student: Beverly N. Abulac
Course:

BSED

Year & Section: Mathematics 4-1

Resource Teacher:

Mrs. Arpre Lyn Timbang- Solis

Cooperating School: Malinta National High School

Your Target
At the end of this activity, you should be able to describe through
your reflection of how the school promotes partnership and dialogue.

Your Map
For this process, go through the following steps:To reach your target, do the
following tasks:
Step 1: Visit a school and study its vision, mission, and
goals in relation to the schools curriculum.
Step 2: Observe the interaction between and
among students, teachers, and other school
personnel.

Step 3: Write down your observation and


discuss with your classmates and FS Teacher.
Step 4: Generate insights from your

For this episode, observation


please use theand
Activity
Forms provided for you below.
discussion.
Step 5: Interaction
Reflect on your
Teacher-to-Student
Patterns:
My Observation
experiences.Report on Interaction

Name: Beverly N. Abulac


Year/Course: BSED Math 4-1
Teacher considered the students as their children; they show care
Name of the School Observed: Malinta National High School
and love
are10concerned
Grade Level: Grade
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Section:
St. John of the students needs that is
Subject Observed:
whyMathematics
they never stop teaching every day about the things they want to
School Address:share
A. Pablo
st. Malinta,
Valenzuela city
about
their knowledge
to educate each student. Teacher is the most
Date of Visit: August 05, 2016
respective person in the classroom; students should follow the rules and

Observations: regulations implement by the teacher and student should perform


activities that the teacher assigned to them.

Student-to-Student Interaction Patterns:


Student-to-Non-Teaching Personnel Interaction Patterns:
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dislikes, inspiration, and motivation.

Teacher-to-Teacher Interaction Patterns:


Student-to-Teacher Interaction Patterns:
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because of their
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and the students
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different
because
they talk
quietly not
just like
student, and teachers
learners. Student
teacher
interactions
are effective
because
students
dontand
have
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periodlectures.
of interactions it depends only on their availability
give their thought
ideas
of schedule because teachers are so busy with their commitment to the
learners. I can see them only interact during their meal time were they
have a formal conversation just like the other people do.

Enriching Activities
Create a scenario where any of the above interactions occur in the school. Make a
script of their dialogue, bearing in mind that this partnership is built on developing a
climate of respect, harmony and cooperation.

Your
Analysis

My Script

Dialogue of the Student to Student interaction:


Why is a
classroom a
miniature of
a greater
society?

A
classroom
is a
miniature
of a
greater
society
because in

Inside the classroom..


Ana: Hello Ben! Good morning!
Ben: Hi Ana, how are you? Do you have a homework in
mathematics?
Ana: Yes Ben, I have.
Ben: And how is it?
Ana: My goodness, its very challenging, I use different
concept of Polynomial function!
Ben: Oh I see, thats good! Oh wait Ms. Solis is here, I go
back now to my proper seat. See you on break time.
Ana: Ok!

a
classroom
like a
greater
society
has
various kinds of individuals with different attitudes and personalities and like
a greater society, these individuals work together for the attainment of a

certain goals which are necessary for their living and survival. Classroom is
the miniature of a greater society because in the classroom students have
different kinds of attitude, opinions, interest and dreams. And these students
are considered as individuals just like what we see in the society. In the
classroom student shares their own point of view as a part of the community.
Students started to ask questions to other, in classroom students practice
good moral and right conduct.

What are found in the classrooms that are similar to what can be observed in society?
Primarily, we can find different personalities inside the classroom so as
in a society. Varied personalities exist and interact with each other and are
helping each other to achieve whatever plans that will be beneficial to them
and their society. Another thing is the materials in the classroom which are
equivalent to all the resources available to the people in a society. These
materials they utilize to produce crops or finished products for their living.
The similarities that are found in the classroom that can be observed are
interactions of different kinds of people, styles and wants.