Write reflective narratives that discuss your planning processes, instructional choices, and how you adjusted your plans based on student performance and feedback.

1. Standard 1 create a document on Characteristics of School-Age Students that examines cognitive, linguistic, social emotional and physical development Kindergarten-5 year olds First Grade-6 year olds Second Grade-7 year olds Third Grade-8 year olds Fourth Grade-9 year olds Fifth Grade-10 year olds 2. Standard 7: Planning for instruction -Fill out Standard 7 templete and also create a artifact that Showcase how you adapt instruction for various skill levels, including activities for advanced students and those who may need additional support. (phonics lesson) Kindergarten Artifact 1: reflections on instruction Write reflective narratives that discuss your planning processes, instructional choices, and how you adjusted your plans based on student performance and feedback. (Kindergarten Phonic lesson on blending and syllables written reflections in your portfolio provides a narrative context that helps evaluators understand your thought processes, decision-making, and the effectiveness of your planning for instruction. Reflections on instruction can: 1. Explain the rationale behind your lesson or unit plans. 2. Discuss how you considered the diverse needs of your students in your planning. 3. Address what worked well in your instructional planning and what needed improvement. 4. Show how you adjusted your instruction based on student performance and feedback. 5. Highlight any challenges you encountered and how you addr ~ d them in your nannina. Artifact 2: Classroom management plan – create a documentation of how you plan for classroom management, behavior expectations, and strategies for promoting a positive classroom. (Kindergarten level) My classroom expectations is : 1. Listening Bodies: Students are expected to sit Criss cross applesauce, direct their attention towards the speaker, keep their hands to themselves, reducing distractions to promote a respectful learning environment and engage in active listening 2. Raised Hands: Students are expected to raise their hands when they want to speak or ask a question rather than blurting out. 3. Quiet mouths:,Students are expected to use quiet voice when listening to the teacher or classmate to avoid disrupting others. 4. Walking Feet: Students are expected to use “Walking feet” when inside the classroom, hallways and during activities like lining up to go outside or for lunch to maintain an orderly line. 5. Helping Hands: Students are expected to share materials, work together on activities and task promoting teamwork. 6. Caring Hearts: Students are expected to understand and consider the feelings of others and be respectful.[order_button_a]