Capstone Project Title
Susan L. Manikowski
This project addressed the research question of how instruction in the multilingual classroom learning environment can be beneficial in a language immersion school? How should the first-year teacher start to deliver effectively for students in multicultural circumstances? This document created curriculum for the subject of measurement taught by a first-year language immersion school teacher and included appropriate teaching pedagogy according to students’ individual circumstance in second grade mathematics. The author has keenly researched current, various perspectives from teachers, parents, and students as well as other facts regarding language immersion schools. Where there are students of different educational backgrounds, the teacher should design a lesson depending on students’ learning styles; the lessons need to meet academic standards as well. Synthetically, all the research findings are scaffolded to create a measurement lesson plan that includes all the students’ learning aspects within their multicultural backgrounds.
Curriculum, Foreign Language, International Teaching, Mathematics, Multicultural Education
Kim, Jihee Jina, "Designing Pedagogy For Existing Mathematics: Measurement Curriculum In A Language Immersion School" (2017). School of Education Student Capstone Projects. 76.