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Episode 2 – Learner’s Development Matrix

Janesa Malantas Carlou Jay Aballe
Johamina Ali
Shielamie Basañez Abdul-Basser Ebrahim
Faith Sharreah Sereño Sittie Rayhanie Omar

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ELEMENTARY We have observed the GRADE 2 Students of SDA Elementary School Sections Tulip and Sampaguita There were 28 students inside each room There were also students with different nationalities that we were observed inside each classroom The following are our observations: .

. • They are organized and does not need to be instructed by the teacher. and roam around the classroom • Some are also behave particularly the children sitting in front. • They are alert and participative during the session • Some students transfer from one row to another • Some students like to attract attention from other classmates • Some students like to stand up. PHYSICAL  Gross-Motor Skills • We have observed that the students were very energetic during the class.

Fine-Motor Skills • We have observed that the students are able to follow instructions properly. • One student was observed to write faster than other students in the room • The special child who is also a canadian was assisted by the teacher from time to time to write his seatwork properly. .

The teacher goes around from time to time to check their paper. one student has initiative to clean the dirty floor near her seat. She rose up and swept the floor with out any instructions from the teacher • They answer their seatwork on their own with minimal guidance from the teacher. .Self-help Skills • Students are some what independent that they know what they want and need to do like for instance.

SOCIAL Interaction with Teachers • The students are attentive during the class. • The teacher punishes the students who are noisy. She makes them stand up and face the wall. . Every time the teacher asks questions almost all of them raise their hands to answer • The teacher is in FULL control of the whole classroom while in other class the teacher had a difficulty with the students • The teacher rings the bell when the class is noisy • If the teacher selects students to write the answers on the board. all the students want to answer and perform • They always follow what the teacher say.

• They greet other people with smile.Interaction with Classmates/ Friends • We have observed that some of the students are concern about their classmates. . If their classmate has no paper or pencil. • The students are generous with their own properties or school supplies. one would lend another. We saw one student that taught her seatmate how to answer the seatwork.

. They try to prove that they are smarter than the other. One student kept arranging his clothes to make his arms appear invisible. He kept encouraging his classmates to look at him not to the teacher. • They were competitive with each other.Interests • We observed that some students were not interested about the class lesson especially MATH.

expression of feelings • The children from the Grade 2 class are joyous. • They are not shy to show their skills and talent. bouncy and are in high spirits. They want to be recognized by the teacher always. like for example they need to go in the bathroom or they want to say something • Some students cant wait. they want their teacher to recognize them immediately and answer their needs • Some students are stubborn and impatient. EMOTIONAL Moods and temperament. . • They readily express what they want and need.

Emotional independence • The students express their emotions without any hesitations. • Students are hospitable in which they make their visitors feel welcomed. • Some students cried inside the classroom • One was seen lying down on the desk with her feet above the desk during the class. • Some students shout to attract attention. .

They are able to speak out what they have in mind. • They were able to recall past lessons and stories from the bible. • They are respectful of their teacher while the other class is not. • Students comprehend easily. . they understand the lesson yet they cant seem to control their movement. COGNITIVE Communication Skills • They speak tagalog fluently.

• They are easily distracted with anything in their environment. .Thinking Skills • The span of attention of the students are short- according to the teacher that we interviewed. • They eagerly and attentively participate in class • They are ready to answer what ever the teacher asks them.

. • They are able to analyze current situations and relate them to good and bad.Problem-Solving • Some students answered the given math problem while others seem not to care. • They always ask their teacher for permission and help if there are any difficulties.

PRESCHOOL There were 9 students inside the room They have an air conditioned room The following are our observations: .

other students like to mess their own things while some are behave. . PHYSICAL  Gross-Motor Skills /Fine-Motor Skills/ Self-Help Skills • The students are very active and are always moving. • They tend to play with their classmates belonging • They follow what their teachers say • Some arrange their own things.

they tend to be shy. SOCIAL Interaction with Teachers. . Friends/Classmates/ Interests • They follow their teacher’s instructions • They talk and socialize with their classmates • If there are new people inside the room.

• Some students can wait. . . and some wants to be recognized immediately • Some would like to go home early. expression of feelings • The students are happy yet their moods easily change. EMOTIONAL Moods and temperament. • They follow simple instructions without hesitations.

. COGNITIVE Communication Skills/Thinking Skills • They say what they want to say. • They are not capable yet of constructing answers to verify if right or wrong. • They participate in class.

This will entice the students to participate and listen to the lesson. ANALYSIS (PRESCHOOL) Characteristics: • The students are very active and are always moving. . teacher must remember that toddlers or children at this age are normally active. • The teacher must perform activities to encourage participation as a group like STORY TELLING. Implications: • Therefore.

and roam around the classroom. teacher must remember that children during this year level are also active. • The teacher must set rules for the children to follow.A N A LY SIS (E L E M E NTA RY) Characteristics: • Some students like to stand up. . Implications: • Therefore. for they already know what is good and bad. • The teacher must also make the classroom perform certain activities to divert their attention or relate the issue to what they usually experience at home or TV programs that they know.

REFLECTION ( P U B L I C V S P R I VAT E ) 1)The public school setting is totally different from the private Public schools lack in facilities that the students desperately need for the environment to be conducive for learning. Lighting. this way the teacher can concentrate and properly guide them to achieve holistic learning. . (eg. Teachers could not accommodate all students at the same time unlike the private school which only has few students inside a classroom. Ventilation) Public school classroom are over populated.