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Enduring Understandings. The site visits sharpen skills. Don't You Forget It!. Enduring Understandings. Skills such as reading to a child are transferable to many careers. Literature is a valuable tool to a child’s development. Don't You Forget It!. Objectives. Review career issues.

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enduring understandings
Enduring Understandings
  • The site visits sharpen skills.

Don't You Forget It!

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Enduring Understandings
  • Skills such as reading to a child are transferable to many careers.
  • Literature is a valuable tool to a child’s development.

Don't You Forget It!

objectives
Objectives
  • Review career issues
  • Practice skills learned in the classroom
  • Demonstrate positive interaction with children
  • Demonstrate work place skills,
  • including reading to children
  • Demonstrate effective reading skills
  • using children’s literature
  • Evaluate the quality of a preschool program
  • Create new questions
  • Provide a service to local children
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Your service to the children was DIRECT SERVICE

An example of Indirect Service would be to hold a fund raiser to buy books for the preschool

An example of Advocacy Service would be to write a letter to the editor of the Kelp to encourage all

high-schoolers to read to their siblings.

how does the project meet a recognized need in the community

How does the project meet a recognized need in the community?

Many children are at risk of succeeding in life due to lack of positive role models, poor interest and skills in reading, and lack of quality conversation due to the number of hours parents are away. You provided a positive role model, inspired them to read, and helped them feel capable through engaging conversation.

describe how the project links to what you ve studied in school

Describe how the project links to what you’ve studied in school.

In Child Development we have learned about the importance of building self esteem in children, the power of reading to children, how to work with children, and what to look for in a quality preschool. These experience have helped you experience these in a real way.

how did you reflect throughout the service learning experience

How did you reflect throughout the service learning experience?

You reflected in writing on your interaction record and participated in an open class discussion / debriefing following each trip.

how did you take leadership what were your roles in planning

How did you take leadership? What were your roles in planning?

You may have made suggestions as we planned each trip. You may have been brave enough to start the groups off once you were at the center. You may have may suggestions in the debriefing to help us have a better experience next time.

how did you prepare for this service project

How did you prepare for this service project?

You researched issues of children at high risk. You researched at least ten examples of children’s literature. You were trained as to how to make a book come alive to a child. You were trained to know how to act “on the job.” You spent approximately 10 hours of training to be able to go out to the centers.

how many children did you make a difference to during our 3 trips to local non profit preschools
How many children did you make a difference to during our 3 trips to local non –profit preschools?
community agencies
Community Agencies
  • Salvation Army Preschool
  • Prince Street Elementary School
  • (Life Crisis Shelter for women in abusive relationships)
plus delta
PLUS / DELTA
  • What can we do to make the trips more powerful for you or for the children?
  • How did these trips affect your life?
    • Career decisions?
    • Your self esteem?
    • …?
  • How do you know you made a difference to at least one child?
  • Why should we keep doing these trips?
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Next Step – Turn your compIeted form to Mrs Doughty. She will turn in your hours. Don’t turn them in separately.