Margarita Mejia-Ramos
  • Brooklyn, NY
  • United States
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Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Final self- and peer reflections (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"One noticed the different types of strategies that one wanted to incorporate in the lesson plan. One can say that the lesson plan was well performed, and students were engaged in the activities. One observed the different activities that were used…"
Dec 10, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Final self- and peer reflections (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"One must always understand the importance of creating a good design lesson plan. One should not just focus on the context that will be present to the class, but also the differentiation one must do for students who have an individualized education…"
Dec 9, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #3 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"Hello Briana, One must say that the accommodations that were done for students with hearing impairment was excellently done. One was able to show lots of images for especially for students who need them, especially before showing a video. As one…"
Nov 19, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #3 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"Hi David, The presentation that was showed was great. All of the three P’s were included in the lesson, the timing was also great, as it will give students the opportunity time to complete all the activities one wanted to present. One should…"
Nov 19, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #3 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"Creating a lesson plan for gifted and talented students is not as easy, as one might think. Shrum and Glisan (2016) identify gifted and talented students as possessing demonstrated or potential abilities that give evidence of high-performance…"
Nov 15, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Midterm self- and peer reflections (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"The lesson was well presented. Since the beginning one presented culture by mentioning the Mexican program El Chavo del Ocho. It is evident that one tried to use Geesling and Long’s advice, by adding geographic variation., and it was…"
Oct 30, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Midterm self- and peer reflections (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"As a teacher, one must understand the importance of creating a universal learning design (ULD) and to make accommodations based on the different learning profiles of the students. One must also be aware that the lesson will not always go as one…"
Oct 28, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #2 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"Hello David, One of the many things that is important to the students is motivation. A big question is how does one provide motivation when teaching a Second Language (L2). One must remind students of the different opportunities that one may gain…"
Oct 21, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #2 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"Hello Xiochi, The ideas that were presented in class were incredible. As Cook states, many students learn differently and have different techniques of learning the concept differently. As it is stated, dividing the class between introverts and…"
Oct 21, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #2 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
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Oct 21, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #2 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"Hello Xiochi,The ideas that were presented in class were incredible. As Cook states, many students learn differently and have different techniques of learning the concept differently. As it is stated, dividing the class between introverts and…"
Oct 21, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #2 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"One must understand the different groups that are in their classrooms. It is essential for one to know how to differentiate their unit plans based on students’ own needs and personality traits; for them to understand the Second Language (L2).…"
Oct 21, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #1 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"Hello Maria, Overall the presentation was excellent. The primary goal of the lesson was very noticeable as every other micro teaching slide that was presented to the class. It is important to never forget to utilize the five C’s, something…"
Sep 27, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #1 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"Hello Xochitl, The microteaching that you and your partner presented demonstrated was very interesting. You have done what was excellent. It was noticeable that the goal you wanted to accomplish was differentiated instruction by readiness, where one…"
Sep 27, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog #1 (FS18) in the group The Pedagogy of Secondary School: Language and Culture Teaching
"When one presents their lesson plan, one must make sure that they have successfully achieved all of their goals. The main idea of the micro-teaching was to represent the idea based on learning profile. As one is more exposed to the classroom, one…"
Sep 25, 2018
Margarita Mejia-Ramos replied to Francisco Salgado-Robles's discussion Blog III_SS2018 in the group The Secondary School Curriculum in Foreign Language
"Hello Leslie, Overall the presentation was excellent. The primary goal of the lesson was to teach students how to describe their partners suitably. Something that educators know is that allowing the students to work with a partner is an excellent…"
May 3, 2018

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College of Staten Island
About Me
My name is Margarita Mejia-Ramos. My nationality is Mexican-American. I'm a student at the College of Staten Island and I'm currently taking Spanish classes as well as education classes to get a certificate to become a Spanish teacher. One of the things that I enjoy is learning different languages, because of this passion of mine I have some knowledge about the Asian culture. Language is a very powerful source for everyone around the world, we can learn about the different cultures and the delicious meals that each country can bring to us; that is one of the many reasons that I would like to teach my native language to as many people that I possibly can.

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