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8007 Walden Crossing Drive
Canton, GA 30115
March 22, 2017
Judges, Senior Project
Cherokee High School
930 Marietta Hwy
Canton, GA 30114
My name is Jordan Blythe. My Senior Capstone Career Product is on teaching Pre-K. My goals after high school is to attend college for Early Childhood Education, so I can become a preschool teacher. I have worked with my mentor to accomplish my goals. My mentor also teaches Pre-K and I visited her classroom and helped teach for two hours a week for a few months.
My research paper was teaching children with Autism. I researched the background on Autism, how to teach children with Autism, and schools that teach children with special needs. This was important to me because my sister has Autism. I learned a lot about Autism and how to teach children with Autism.
For my product I created a notebook of six lesson plans. I applied the knowledge I gained from my research paper. There were a few obstacles along the way; I had trouble making some of the lessons. Another obstacle I had was working with the children because I’m naturally shy. Though there were obstacles, overall I feel I succeeded in learning about teaching.
My research and product relate to teaching, which is something I would like to do. I learned that I am passionate about helping children. I also learned the best wat to help a child is to teach them. However, I don’t know if I would like to teach special needs or Pre-K, both are very important to me. Thought I don’t know which I would like to teach I will be attending college for Earl Childhood Education.,
This Senior Capstone Career Project helped me decided I want to be a teacher. Thank you for taking the time to read this a judge today.