I. Purpose University students need to be armed with specialized knowledge, accumulated skills and fundamental theories to survive in the future career. In order to make graduates-would-be suitable for the post-school career, promote the understanding between future employees and their schools, and strengthen our competitiveness in the fierce job market, ZZULI provided us with a once-in-a-time opportunity to go out of the campus and find a institution to serve as an intern. We could better understand where our weaknesses are and how to be a qualified employee after we leave the campus. II. Content On April 11th, I have the great honor to serve as an acting teacher in the Elementary School of the Xing Fu Road which lies in the Erqi District. For this is the very first time that I could stand as a teacher of a class, small as though, rather than a private tutor, it destined to be a forgettable experience in my life. I really learnt much from this precious experience. Through my internship in the School, I learnt that the important thing in the school is not conventional teaching but the communication with students. When I entered the school a month ago, I was quite anxious. Though I had been a tutor to 8 children, it is still a big challenge for me. The only concern is that the children will launch a revolution and get out of my control. The first day, I was assigned to receive a training course. It seemed vital to new-comers. The instructor is Mr. Wang, a very kind grandpa. At the very beginning of the training course, he sent us him generous congratulations
and thank us for coming here. In a conference room he said, respect as well as responsibility are credited with teachers. The duty fallen upon us is not only teach the students to learn, but also teach them to learn to behave as a human. It's we who are setting an example for them to learn. We shouldn't bring disgrace to the respectful title. Though days passed, the words of Mr. Wang still echo around my ears. This is the important lesson I have learnt from this experience. We couldn't wait to step onto the platform. After a brief introduction by the head of the school, I begin my sacred career. The first class ended in a cordial atmosphere. That's what I have thought. What really makes me anxious is the following days. They will be accustomed by my teaching and show negative effect on me. I threw out a question and then expected a stir in the students. Wrong answers popped out one by one. Someone just sat silently in the corner. I hold a firm belief that as long as you want to learn, you will succeed. And as long as they express the wish to learn, I will do my best to instruct them and lead them to appreciation the amaze of the science. It is crucial for them to cultivate a good habit to learn out of interest.
This day, I was assigned to check the students' homework. I checked everyone. To my satisfaction, they all did a good job. Good boys. But the quality of their homework failed to bring me smile. I marked A, B and C just as I was marked in the university. Along with my execution, I also
left inspiring messages to them in hopes that they would not lose hearts. This reminds me of the a policy of stick and carrot. In the process of
homework-checking, some points were deserved my attention.Firstly, the misspelling was everywhere.Secondly, tenses were wrongly used and the sentence structure is confused.Thirdly, the handwriting is terrible. The first day when I began my teaching, I felt a little nervous. But the kids did not detect it. Thanks for my good preparation, confidence soon embraced me. I adjusted myself to be a good actor, much more like a teacher .I think I was so nervous that I spoke faster than I had expected. I ran before the time. And when the class is over. My shirt was soaked by sweat. Later days, my performance made me satisfied. I thought I was a qualified teacher. When I stood before the class, I can detect a sense of thirst from their eyes. What's more, students need praise, especially those from their parents and teachers. As an important teaching skill, we have inherited it from our own teachers. But the point I want to make further explanation is how poorly we have performed with praise. In the observation of my classmates' class, no one sees the praise after answering a question as one indispensable part in their teaching plan, but more often as something additional. Therefore knowing the significance of praising is one thing, however if you want make it useful in your class, just speak it loudly. In the training class, there is an effective incentive method------anyone who gets five “very
good” from the teacher can add a “star” in the class-performance notebook. For the whole month, I saw how excited these kids were when they counted their stars. And I also made use of this method in my teaching of three other primary school students. It worked unexpectedly well. An stimulus measurement come in many forms. It can be a calculative score, or others with the similar effects. Using proper encouraging measurement can help the call in two ways. Firstly, it's a stimulus to the students. When the whole class is in a competitive, knowledge-centered atmosphere, everyone can learn the most and do their best. As a result, the teacher will enjoy a pleasant time. Secondly, the rules of the measurement are a constant reminder of what defines the expected performance. Just take the "star" design in the training class for example. The teacher kept on reminding that: if you get five "very good" from the teacher, you will be rewarded with a star. A "very good" can be earned by speaking loudly and clearly, listen carefully, and be active. In this way, the students will always remember what is expected of them. Therefore in this sense, the encouraging measurement is a great helper to the primary school teachers. In a class, there are always some active students, who can answer most of the question put forth by the teacher and keep their hand high all the time. While some other inactive students always sit there alone silently, or even totally ignore the teacher. If we want to take good care of all kids, as required in teaching, we need to find
a way to solve the problem. Our tutors introduced us a solution---to set up some models for the rest. A successful team should be led by the lion, implemented by the sheep. For the model group members, firstly, they should be studious, obedient to the class rules, and be helpful to their classmates. The number of the models can be 25-30 percent of the whole class. And the honor is not fixed to one or two, but can be passed from one student to another on condition that he or she breaks any rules. The reason that why it works, as I see it, accounts to two points. First, the model group could help their classmates in study, which has been proved to be more effective than that from the teachers. Secondly, on some occasions, the model group can be set aside if we need to give special attention to those slower learners, without causing discipline troubles. In conclusion, we say establishing model group is quite an adoptable skill in teaching. As to the specific implementation, we need to take the actual situation of the class into account. Substantial award is also a kind of encouraging measurement, which use things like food (chocolates, crickets) or decorations to keep order and encourage students. No doubt, the method works well sometimes. For example, once my classmate taught them some new words and she adopted the substantial incentive method. She took some snacks in hand and announced on the platform that anyone who does well on class will get something to eat. At the beginning, the kids were all extremely active. They answered in their
My Working Summarize 实习总结
During the 2 month-interning experience, I have known about daily work process in channel development department.
1. First of all, I am familiar with the wholly process of marketing activities from planning to approving and acting.
2. Secondly, following up the marketing promotion, OBM materials ordering and distribution are all I have been in charge of.
3. To communicate with DC marketing representatives so that everything is on the right way. It is also the major work of mine.
4. Moreover, I help to do some DME reimbursement and data management.
5. In addition, the most important part of my work is to use SAP system to do some purchasing application. Using it can help me most as most of the plans making are based on the BI data.
I have a strongly feeling about my 2-month intern work. It is about 4 parts:
1. The first thing I have learnt is we must do things as the company operating stipulation so that we can avoid low working efficiency caused by irregular working.
2. During executing project, I have found ways to overcome difficulties and particular methods to solve problems.
3. It is good to make progress for me if I pay attention in details. Besides, get into a habit of analyzing result and summarizing experiment can also help me develop.
4. The last but not the least, I have not only practiced my communicating ability very well, but also have a good social resources during following-up activities.
Key words: detail, communication, development, learning
Good, better, best, never let it rest!
----by Jane Zhou周礼坚
Mar. 14th, 2010
正式上课前,朱老师让我试讲。刚开始还以为，就只有她一个人在教师来听我的课。但是，当我迈进教室时，才发现还有其他的老师。当时的心"扑通扑通"直跳！可一想到朱老师平时的话语和自己的充分准备就不是那么害怕了。试教的时候,刚上课那会儿，班里的学生都很迷糊，几乎连提的问题都回答不上来。后来，不知是他们的求知欲望，还是那种活泼的气息让他们开始活跃起来！一个个把小手举得老高说："Lets me try！"那一瞬间，对学生的积极劲儿很是感动！