In the classroom that I was observing was a Pre-K classroom that has 20 students in total, 16 who come from single-parent households. Before the lesson started the teacher went through all of the different things that she had displayed in the classroom, and what the students do at every part of the room. On the rug they have large group discussion and morning messages, along with the calendar and the letter of the day. Some of the students in the classroom have IEPs and 2 of the students have Autism. And they showed that while most of the class was inside working on English, there were 3 students who were outside writing with chalk in the concrete. And the teacher assistant was actually holding the chalk in one of the boys’ hands and was drawing lines. The students also have a quiet center and a mini library in the classroom. In the lesson that they did that day was about the students using context clues to help them remember what happened in the book.