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Teague, Brad Landon
- Appendix C. Sample
Observation Transcriptio-
A Comparative Study of Attitudes toward Literacy:
Parents, Students, and Teachers in a Mexican Elementary
School
-- Maestría en
Lingüística Aplicada. - Departamento de Lenguas. - Escuela de Artes y Humanidades, - Universidad de las
Américas Puebla.


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Appendix C.
Sample Observation Transcription **BLT-018.
November 26, 2003.
8:40-9:40 am.
Centro Telpochcalli.
Mtra.
Gertrudis.
First grade. Spanish. *I arrive at the school around 8:40 am.
I greet Don Crecencio, who is at the gate, and sign in.
I then walk toward Gertrudis’s class.
As usual, she sees me approach and immediately invites me in.
I wave to the students and sit down at the back of the room, beside César (who again is alone).
The teacher is asking the students questions about words she has written on the board: queso, quesadilla, banquito, paquete, mosquitos, ronquido.
The date is also written: Miércoles 26 de Noviembre del 2003. *Gertrudis writes “que qui que qui que qui” on the board and tells the students to copy these syllables in their notebooks.
“Voy a ver quién lo hace más bonito”.
As they begin working, I take out my list of possible casestudy children and locate each of them in the room.
César is sitting alone beside me.
Marco Antonio and Axel are sitting at the same table, along with a girl, on the right side of the room in the back.
Fabiola and Juan are sitting at two of the middle tables.
I am not sure who Arlette is, though, and the teacher never said her name during the class (although she usually does).
OC: Fabiola is not the one I thought she was.
Instead, I was thinking of Martha.
However, both seem to be good students and could be included with the advanced literacy learners. *I notice that César is not working.
The teacher also observes this and walks up to him, saying “César, escribe la fecha para que te ponga la mosca”.
She opens his notebook for him, and writes the date and the syllables mentioned above.
She then asks him to copy them.
However, he starts talking to her, and she says, “No, apúrate, al ratito me platicas”, and walks away.
OC: César does not do much unless the teacher is on top of him making him work.
In fact, he did not do much of anything during the entire time I was there. *Axel stands up a...






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