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Observation 4

ImageSince it was the week before Christmas, the students were mostly excited for all the activities that were happening throughout the week. Today they were awaiting the time when the football game between the teachers and form 5 students. To continue to emphasize the christmas spirit, their were decorations in the classrooms and corridors and one of the teacher even used background christmas music while the students were doing their group projects. The students seemed a bit distracted from the work but they still continued to do their projects. There was more talkng between the students. Many were discussing about what they were doing, which is good but others were talking about the upcoming activities.

From what I have seen in class, I think that lesson in Christmas time especially during the last week before the holidays are a bit more difficult to complete successfully as the students attention may be elsewhere and they will probably be more distracted than usual. If the christmas topic is used in class it may help the students to pay more attention to the lesson.


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This entry was posted on December 21, 2013 by in education.
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