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Instructions: ... For this exercise I will like for you to reflect on a current class that you are teaching or a class that you have taught in the past. We are going to examine how your class may behave in different scenarios. Remember the dynamics of that class. This is your anchor to reality. Feel free to use the physical components of that environment to construct your role playing classroom.

The scenario takes place over a day and will present you with an opportunity to reflect on your interaction with the class. The role playing is designed to give an idea of your student population, student relationships and student interactions. Please copy and paste the in a word processor of your choice. The The file must be able to work in Microsoft Word, so it must have a *.doc, or *.docx extension. Fill in the missing sections. Then email the final product for analysis. If further clarification is need please email me. Email:__________

A Day With My Class:

Hello, my name is ____________________. I am the instructor of a(n) ____ grade ________ class. There are 20 students in my class. I have been with the them for several weeks and I have a grasp on their personalities, traits and areas that need improvements. It is Tuesday, and I am excited to continue the lesson on __________________ from the previous day. The day started normal enough. I awoke at ____ am/pm and ate ____________ as my first meal of the day. As I pulled into the school's parking lot, I felt _______________ because ______________________________________________________________________. I grabbed my belongings from my car and made my way to my classroom. On my way to class, I greeted the usual smattering of familiar faces. I approached my classroom door an pushed it open and entered. As I entered the classroom I said: __________________________________________________. I noticed that _____ out of my 20 students paid attention to my initial greeting. Their response was _____________________.