2015
KATRINA ISABELLE V GALLEBO, RN
San Francisco Colleges
Narrative Report
Lapinigan National High School
San Francisco, Agusan del Sur
A C K N O W L E D G E M E N T
I would like to express my sinc...
Lapinigan National High School
San Francisco, Agusan del Sur
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgement ………………………………………………………………………...
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San Francisco, Agusan del Sur
I N T R O D U C T I O N
Practice teaching is the practical im...
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San Francisco, Agusan del Sur
responsibility for homework increased relative to earlier gra...
Monday – FridayMonday – Friday
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A. Working with Students
Coope...
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My practice teaching in LNHS would be incomplete without the ...
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Teaching for me is like being a shepherd and the students are...
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The CHICKEN DANCE. I will never forget the chicken dance beca...
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Section Archimedes
doing the Word
Search Game.
S...
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Extra-Curricular ActivitiesExtra-Curricular Acti...
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My classmates!!!My classmates!!!
Grand Demonstra...
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Community Service
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Narrative report - Practice Teaching

Practice Teaching
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  • 1. 2015 KATRINA ISABELLE V GALLEBO, RN San Francisco Colleges Narrative Report
  • 2. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur A C K N O W L E D G E M E N T I would like to express my sincerest gratitude to the following people who willingly and generously contributed to the success of this endeavor. To Mrs. Cinco, our COPT adviser, for the warm accommodation and all-embracing patience and guidance. Thank you for letting us use and pester the speech laboratory for two months. To Mrs. Batausa, School Principal, for the very wholehearted welcome. Thank you for assenting to bear with us for a quiet a number of weeks. To Mrs. Masendo, Science coordinator, for offering a motherly care while we are at the school. To Mrs. Osano, my cooperating teacher, for painstakingly checking my lesson plans and guiding me with my lessons and proposing suggestions for me to progress. Thank you for letting me be myself and mentoring me all throughout my stay in the school. To my classmates, for turning every stressful day into one crazy fun experience. 2 | P a g e
  • 3. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgement ……………………………………………………………………………..1 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………….3 My Philosophy of Education………………………………………………………………..4 As a Secondary Teacher Summary of Experience………………………………………………………………………5 Things I have learned from my CT……………………………………………5 Teaching for me is like……………………………………………………………..6 Teaching is indeed a noble profession because……………………………6 The Most Unforgettable Moments…………………………………………….s7 Documentation…………………………………………………………………………………..8 3 | P a g e
  • 4. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur I N T R O D U C T I O N Practice teaching is the practical implementation of the information and strategies that students have learned. The student teacher practice what they have learned and are supervised by teachers from the college, cooperating teacher and school principals. The purpose of Practice Teaching is to produce qualified teachers that are equipped and skilled in their chosen year level. Another reason is to prepare student teachers for their career as teachers by immersing them completely into the school atmosphere so that they will have the feel of what it would be like to be an actual teacher. I attended the seventh grade classes at Lapinigan National High School, which is located in the Lapinigan town of San Francisco, a predominantly upper-middle class community. With the new curriculum, students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences. As a result they gain a wealth of skills, vast amounts of knowledge, and a genuine life-long love for learning. There are opportunities for students to pursue their interests through before and after school activities such as Dancing or Singing club, and numerous in-school enrichment activities such as the Student Council, or Math Olympiad. Children participate in these activities based on personal interest, and are expected to balance both extracurricular activities and academic curriculum. Some activities involve parent support, and parents are usually actively engaged with the students either through the home or school, or both. The school also seems to strive to provide an environment where individual attention is given to all those who need it. Each classroom seemed to encourage an atmosphere where students were invited to share their learning and bring in personal interests. The desks were grouped in clusters, with about 8 to 10 chairs in each row. According to the seventh grade teachers in the school, seventh grade was as an academic leap for many students. Seventh grade was when school became more “academic”, meaning students started to be held more accountable to their learning by taking tests, student’s 4 | P a g e
  • 5. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur responsibility for homework increased relative to earlier grades, and paragraph and essay writing became an important part of their success in all content areas. My entire practice teaching journey became more challenging and exciting because of the students. This was another venue for me to enhance my teaching skills and to meet various people with different personalities. I also had the chance to be mentored by the best Science Teacher in the school, Mrs. Nida Osano. With her guidance, my entire voyage turns out to be smooth sailing. MY PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION AS A SECONDARY TEACHER The current curriculum offers a variety of opportunities for students to become themselves and do the things they love. Teachers don’t enforce beliefs on students mind instead they became the facilitators through which students can form their own belief and eventually develop their own character. When I echo on King’s statement, I think of my friends and the people I most respect. I am strained to them by forces beyond intellect and success. I admire their character strengths, the values they hold, and how they treat me as a fellow human being. So when we think of education in the broadest sense of the word, it is important to consider how kids develop character during childhood and adolescence that determine the kind of adults they become. SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE 5 | P a g e “Intelligence plus character-that is the goal of true education.” Martin Luther King Jr.
  • 6. Monday – FridayMonday – Friday Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur A. Working with Students Cooperating School: Lapinigan National High School Inclusive Dates: January 5, 2015 – February 27, 2015 Grade level: Grade 7 Cooperating Teacher: Mrs. Nida P. Osano B. Daily Schedule Time Section 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM Grade VII - Archimedes 9:50 AM – 10:50 AM Grade VII - Narra 10:50 AM – 11:50 AM Grade VII - Apitong 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Grade VII - Lawaan 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Grade VII - Acacia C. Narration and Experiences 6 | P a g e
  • 7. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur My practice teaching in LNHS would be incomplete without the assistance of my cooperating teacher, Mrs. Nida P. Osano. She helped me with everything from classroom management to lesson planning. Considering that teaching is my second profession, she never showed desertion while I was her student teacher. Instead, she encouraged me to become a better teacher and pushed me to give all that I could I order to perform well. Teaching Strategies. Before our practice teaching, my knowledge about teaching strategies was only limited and is encapsulated from the books content. With the guidance of my CT I was able to look deeper into it and discovered the various teaching strategies I could use for my class. She let me find my footing first and when she saw that I can do it in my own, she slowly pave the way for me to do my thing and handle the class in my own pace. Classroom Management. I never thought that I couldn’t handle the seventh grader, but when reality strike I clearly saw that it is somehow hard to manage those petite beings. My CT taught me to use “rewards and punishment” method in order to handle my class. With every good behavior I reward them with additional points while unnecessary behaviors are rewarded with deductions. This is how I manage my class and it is already been tested and proven. Lesson Planning. Lesson planning is the bible in teaching. My CT never failed to correct my lesson plans. She always made sure that everything is being utilized. Together, we explore possible options on how we can deliver the lesson in a lively and timely manner. 7 | P a g e
  • 8. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur Teaching for me is like being a shepherd and the students are my flock. As a shepherd, I am held responsible for my flock. I have to make sure that everyone is all accounted for, that everyone is healthy and well while they are at my watch. I serve as the students guide as they walk across an uncertain path; whenever a sheep is lost I have to make sure that he/she will be back on track to keep up with the other sheep. I also have to keep them well groomed and make sure that everything about them from head to toe is tidy including their surroundings. Teaching for me is like being a Game Master. I have to prepare educational games for my students for them to be enticed with the topic. As a game master, I must see to it that everyone is abiding the games mechanics that everyone is participating and most importantly everyone is having fun. Lastly, teaching for me is like being an actress. I should be able to present myself with poise and confidence in everything that I do. I have to look my best in every class appearances. And even though I am not feeling well or I am not in the mood to teach I still must act like there is no problem. Like an actress, the class must always go on in spite of of any interruptions. Teaching is indeed a noble profession because teachers must go an extra mile in order to deliver quality learning to their students. It is a kind of job that many have ventured but only few has managed to fulfill the real duty. Teaching is a profession that extends beyond the realms in the four corners of the classroom. In teaching we impose discipline and strict compliance with the school’s policy but at the same time we also show mercy and compassion towards our students. In teaching, we don’t just teach-we care. 8 | P a g e
  • 9. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur The CHICKEN DANCE. I will never forget the chicken dance because I get to push even my toughest student to perform the dance. There was one student who will forever haunt my memory; it was Diaz from section Archimedes. He performed the chicken dance with powerful perseverance to be noticed without knowing that he is the only one doing it in front of the class. For a few minutes the classroom bursted to laughter and my face turned red because I couldn’t stop myself from laughing. The GRAND DEMO DAY. Grand demonstration teaching is the final test for us student teachers. Our months’ work will finally be evaluated. Every resources and effort is being invested just for our Grand Demonstration. Days before my grand demonstration teaching, I suddenly felt ill and uneasy. I was a bit furious because I still have lots of things to accomplish with a limited amount of time. Everyone in the speech laboratory was busy writing in a manila paper, mumbling their scripts, cutting their visual aids, editing their lesson plans and researching about their topic. This made me even more frantic and anxious. Finally our grand demo day has arrived! Suddenly I was confronted by projector issues and it was almost time for me to teach. Luckily, I have quite a handful of friends who helped and assisted me. Over-all my grand demonstration teaching went well and ended up with flying colors. The NARRA INCIDENT. It was supposed to be my last teaching day in Section Narra when suddenly an incident happened and my decision making skills was put to test. One student from the said section was suffering from an intense headache because of an uncanny event in the toilet which ended up hitting her head on the toilet’s door. D O C U M E N T A T I O N 9 | P a g e
  • 10. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur 10 | P a g e Section Archimedes doing the Word Search Game. Section Archimedes doing the Word Search Game. The class of Section Archimedes doing the group activity. The class of Section Archimedes doing the group activity. Students are answering the given activity. Students are answering the given activity. Class ReportingClass Reporting
  • 11. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur 11 | P a g e Extra-Curricular ActivitiesExtra-Curricular Activities Preparing my visual aidsPreparing my visual aids
  • 12. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur 12 | P a g e My classmates!!!My classmates!!! Grand Demonstration Teaching With Grade VII - Archimedes February 18, 2015 Grand Demonstration Teaching With Grade VII - Archimedes February 18, 2015
  • 13. Lapinigan National High School San Francisco, Agusan del Sur 13 | P a g e Community Service Lapinigan, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur February 26, 2015 Community Service Lapinigan, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur February 26, 2015

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