Please finish the following question. Here is the observation link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbQngU0279A
1. Describe the setting of the school, community (ethnicity, diversity, socio-economic status, etc.), and physical environment of the campus and classroom.
2. What were the main learning objectives of the lesson? Describe the knowledge, skills, and topics that you perceived were being developed and assessed in the class. What repertoire (if any) was rehearsed?
3. What types of assessments were used to determine student learning?
4. Describe the classroom culture/climate. How did the teacher create a learning environment where students could thrive? How did the teacher make the students feel comfortable, safe, and motivated, and how did the students respond? What routines did you observe to aid in classroom management?
5. In one sentence, what is your primary takeaway from your observation today?
Requirements: For each question please do at least 80 words
Requirements: 80 words at least for each questions (except question 5)
Explanation & Answer
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Running Head: OBSERVATION
1. Setting of the Classroom and Physical Environment
Embracing diversity within the classroom is a very important issue for educators. From the 5th
grade music class observed, there is no racial diversity but there is gender diversity. The
classroom is predominantly comprised of white American students but has seven boys and seven
girls in the classroom showing great diversity when it comes to gender. In this classroom
environment, there are no chairs or tables to allow for open space activities such as expressive
movement and dancing. Such a flexible environment proves important in student movement
where they can engage with each other during the class. Such flexibility allows students to learn
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