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Thursday, February 2, 2012

I get to teach!

Okay, so I am super nervous about this. I have never actually taught a classroom before, but I am excited about it at the same time! I think it is going to be a lot of fun! I got my placement. I am going to be in a second grade class. I have never worked with second graders before, so this should be interesting. I contacted my teacher, and I think we have decided that I am going to go in at 10 am on Fridays. Luckily it is at the same school that I have interned in before, so I know my way around.

I got my kit too. It looks like this...
Except the theme of my kit is "Our Community." We have fun activities like matching the job stickers with the building they go to, and making donuts (not real donuts, but still fun lol).
I'm not sure yet what Friday I will be starting. This is not a job or anything. Just some training that is part of one of my classes. I will keep you all updated as I actually get to complete my lessons.
I have five different lessons that I get to teach. I think this is going to be really fun!


  1. AWESOME, girl! I hope it all goes well!

    How did they decide your grade and school placement?

    Definitely keep me updated. I always wondered how student teaching worked. I can't wait to hear how it goes for you.

  2. This is so exciting!!! I am so happy for you!! Hope all goes well!

  3. Thanks girls!

    I'm not really sure how they picked the grade. I requested Ringgold Primary. I think everyone who requested Catoosa County got put at Ringgold Primary. Savannah Forester is there too. She got Kindergarten.

  4. Oh okay. At least you got to request the school and you know it pretty well. That is neat. So she is majoring in early childhood? Do ya'll have a lot of classes together?

  5. Yes she is. We have Critical Issues in Education together and Education Psychology together.