Part 1: Observation notes instructions: 4 VideosONE key term or topic you will observe and a definition in your own words:(identify and briefly define a key topic discussed or to be discussed in this course in your own words) Setting:(1 2 sentences describing the setting of the observation, such as the area of the classroom as well as relevant activities and materials) Child(ren)/Adult(s):(1 2 sentences describing the child(ren) and/or adult(s) included in this observation) Observation about thekey term:(2 3sentences that provide a brief objective report of the key term in action) Why you think the key term is related to/supports the childs language and/or communication development:(1 2 sentences about how you think this term/topic is important for the childs development of language and communication) Reflection question:(one question you have about the key term/concept now that youve thought about it in action)
Part 2: Summary After conducting your observations, reflect on your experience as a whole and write an approximately 300-word summary of what you have learned. Some things to think/write about may include: How have these observations enriched your understanding of certain key topics/concepts? What have you learned (related to language and language development) about children from economically, culturally, and linguistically diverse backgrounds?
Has this experience provided any new insights on future career goals(e.g., your career, education, family, volunteer activities, etc.)?
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