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Curriculum Guide for the Teacher Cadet Course : Experiencing Education , Eleventh Edition
Chapter 1 : Through the Eyes of a Friend
Standard : I . 1.3 : Students will determine how diversity enhances the classroom and the community .
Objective : Students will be able to introduce themselves and each other .
Essential Question : Who are we as a classroom community , as individuals , and group members ?
Time : 45 minutes (~ three minutes per student )
Activities :
1 . As a homework assignment , each Cadet will write a one-to-two-page reflection in which he or she will address this question : ā€œ How would my best friend describe me ?ā€ Students may want to select a friend to interview before writing the paper . Explain that these papers will be shared in class the next day . Students may be given the option of having a friend or family member write the paper to be presented .
2 . Each student will read his or her paper to the class . The teacher may choose to give constructive feedback either verbally or written at the conclusion of each presentation .
3 . At the end of the lesson , have Cadets summarize what they learned about themselves and others as a result of this activity .
Possible discussion questions may include the following : A . What are some of things you learned about yourself through this activity ? B . What are some things you learned about others ? C . How might this knowledge affect your work as an individual , small group member , or classroom community ?
Assessment : The reflective paper may be evaluated as a minor writing assignment or portfolio entry .
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