PSAT Vocabulary Prep Game Time Class
In this one-time introduction class, students will learn the best PSAT Vocabulary tips for their test preparation! Students will also play a fun PSAT vocabulary game to put their new skills to the test. Who says learning has to be boring?
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Students will concentrate on learning vocabulary that will prepare them for PSAT success. In this introduction class, they will learn a portion of the most frequently reccuring words on the PSAT and the SAT. In addition, they will also learn vocabulary tips for what to do when they don't know the definiton of a word. I will teach them by introducing some information, and learning techniques for the first 20 minutes of class. For the rest of the class, we will practice what we learned by...
I have a Bachelor's Degree in Art and Design. I graduated in 2008 from Bluefield College. In 2009, I enrolled in Savannah College of Art and Design where I received a Master of Fine Arts in Cinema Studies, and I received a Master of Arts and Film and Television. While going to school, I was a floating teacher. As a floating teacher, I taught math, science, history, English, and I prepared high school students for college for the PSAT, SAT, and the ACT. As a floating teacher, I took my job seriously, and actually took the time to relearn everything I forgot so that I could help my students from the pre-k level to the high school level. For those of you who are unfamiliar with what a floating teacher is, please allow me to explain. A floating teacher is an educator that is always on-call at a school, and is different from a substitute teacher. Floating teachers are always at one school at a time as opposed to many schools at a time like substitutes. As such, a floating teacher can become very familiar with the children and teachers at a school. For example, it is very good to have a familiar face when a teacher needs to suddenly leave. There are numerous occasions that arise preventing teachers from being able to teach their classes for a certain period of time: pregnancy, injury, accidents, fights, etc. However, having familiarity with a specific floating teacher allows students to continue their lessons seamlessly. As a result, I would take over many classrooms. It was not uncommon for me to take over PSAT preparation classes, English classes, history classes, math classes, or even Greek Mythology classes. Especially when it was time to prepare for a test. When it's time to prepare for a test, many teachers create PSAT and SAT classes. These classes usually last for months. As a newbie floating teacher, I soaked up all of this information, and used it again and again to help prepare my high school students for college. As a floating teacher, I had the benefit of being trained by professionals who taught me how to teach a multitude of subjects. It was not uncommon for me to just drop into a classroom, and say, "Hey, what are you covering today?" The teacher would usually hold his/her head briefly because of stress. "Today we're going over PSAT studying tips for vocabulary and math dealing with exponents because they are scheduled to take the test next month. " "Okay, I've got you covered." "Awesome, so this is where I am at, and this is what I will be teaching next. The lesson plan is here." "Okay, I'll take it from here." "Great! I need to leave now. Thank you for your help." As a floating teacher, it was important for me to be able to know this information so that the teacher leaving would be in peace and confidence knowing that the children can still complete their tasks, and not fall behind. For my high school students, they were happy to see Mrs. Lee because they knew that I would help them progress. To be truthfully honest, I never knew that I would enjoy teaching so much. Eventually, in 2016, I became a Georgia State certified teacher where I scored at the professional level. Scoring at the professional level enables me to be a school principal. However, I have always preferred teaching, and I have been teaching since then. I would like to take this experience, and pass it on to the learners here on Outschool.
There is no homework for this class. However, there will be homework in the ongoing class to teach the student how to maintain new information.
An assessment will not be given in the one-time class. However, an assessment will be given in the ongoing class as a form of an informal game time quiz that will assess your learner's progress in my class.
50 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
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Hello and welcome to my profile. I teach a multitude of classes, for example: * Art (painting, drawing, and sculpting with clay) I like to draw anime, how about you? I have a Bachelor's degree in Art and Design. * English I am very good at...