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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

4th Grade! YIKES!

So I am officially in my new classroom. I have to say it is not what I was expecting at all. I am in a 4th grade inclusion classroom. There are 19 students, 9 with disabilities. These students are unique, and can be very difficult at times. I have already started writing lesson plans, which for the 2nd week, I have written the Writing/Grammar lesson plan. Next week I will start writing the Math lesson plans. These lesson plans are not as detailed as the last lesson plans, which honestly I am not complaining. =)

There are, of course, the strange things that students say. Here is my list of wacky things I have heard thus far.

- I am going to beat the gorilla outta you!
- You look like a raccoon.
- (Student)= Ms. Amos, your the nicest teacher ever (Me)= I haven't even taught yet! (Student)= Exactly!

I know its not alot yet... But hey, I am just getting started ;-)

1 comment:

Laurie said...

Hi! You totally don't know me, but I just had to comment on your blog, because we have the exact same name! Are you married, or is Amos the name you were born with? Amos is my married name. :)

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