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Cir History Foundation

Autor:   •  August 21, 2017  •  Creative Writing  •  5,234 Words (21 Pages)  •  189 Views

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DEDICATION……………………………………………………i

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT……………………………………….ii

INTRODUCTION………………………………………………..iii

TEACHING PHILOSOPHY…………………………………....iv

GENERAL OBJECTIVE………………………………..….…..v

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES…………………………………..….vi

Chapter 1: General overview of the school

1. Historical background……………………………….………..2

2. Vision and Mission………………………………………..……3

1. Vision……………………………………………………….. 3

2. Mission……………………………………………………….3

1. Enrollment……………………………………………………...4

2. School Activities…………………………………………………7

3. Location………………………………………………………….8

Chapter 2: The role of the English teacher in the language process

2.1 My Experience………………………………………….…..11

2.2 Experiences with students……………………………….…15

2.3 Experiences with teachers……………………………….…16

2.4 Experiences with the administration………………….…...17

Chapter 3: Methods, Techniques, Strategies and approaches used during my practice

3.1Concept……………………………………………………..…19

3.1.1 Methods………………………………………………….…19

3.1.2 Techniques……………………………………………….…19

3.1.3 Strategies…………………………………………………....19

3.2 How were the methods, techniques and strategies applied…20

3.2.1 Methods………………………………………………………21

3.2.2Techniques……………………………………………………22

3.2.3Strategies……………………………………………………..23

3.3 Approaches…………………………………………………….24

3.3.1Approaches…………………………………………………..24

Chapter 4: Analysis

4.1 Activities………………………………………………………26

4.2Activities Schedule…………………………………………….27

4.3Analysis of Evaluation………………………………………..28

4.4 Limitations……………………………………………………29

4.5 Accomplishment……………………………………………..30

4.6 Reccomendations…………………………………………….31

Conclusion

Bibliography

Annexes

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

CIR History Foundation

About to decant the nineties of the last century, a group of people of Kol Shearith Israel of Panama community, met with the aim of creating the Isaac Rabin Foundation, an organization that would turn the mission to develop an educational project to be a place of primary and secondary education that transcends the traditional concept of school education, an open, democratic, multicultural, inclusive and constructive academic institution with a secular, modern and integrated vision of Jewish identity. Respectful, supportive and responsible coexistence between students of different cultural backgrounds, of different creeds and convictions, was established from our school conception as a necessity and an unavoidable primary commitment.

Since 2000 he began his career the Rabin School in the area of ​​the City of Knowledge in Panama and a total of sixty students. Very soon, this new school was highlighted in the educational environment of our country for its friendly atmosphere, humanist and student-centered methodology. A few years after starting work, the CIR was enriched with admission to the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) headquartered in Switzerland and whose educational philosophical principles and teaching methods complement each other in harmonious conjunction with those already established as basics from college.

At fourteen years of existence, the project of CIR now has more than three hundred students, having graduated 163 students and continues in a constant process of self-evaluation and improvement always within the framework of its original educational philosophy.

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