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Evaluaciónes Práctica 2012

Evaluaciónes Práctica 2012

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ENGLISH PEDAGOGYPROFESSIONAL TEACHING PRACTICE2012CLASS OBSERVATION AND EVALUATION CHARTSTUDENT TEACHER´S NAME:
…………………................................................
 
SCHOOL .................………………………….……….. DATE…………......................
 GUIDE TEACHER´S NAME: ............................................................................Objective: To evaluate one student
teacher’s class.
Student teachers must provide twoof these evaluations per month during his/her student teaching practice.Dear Guide Teacher: Please evaluate each aspect of the student teacher class byputting an X in the corresponding box according to the following scale:
5: Very good4: Good3. Fair2: Poor
5 4 3 2
1. - Quality of initial motivation.2. -
Ability to keep students’ interest
throughout the lesson.3. - Communication of the objectives of the Lesson.4. - Mastery of language contents to be taught.5. - Quality of presentation of new language.6. - Student
Teacher’s modelling of language to be taught.
 7. - Use of presentation techniques.8. - Appropriateness of practice activities.9. - Sequencing of practice activities.10. - Variety in practice activities.11. - Clarity of instructions.12. - Integration of language skills.13.
 – 
Student
Teacher’s guidance in learning activities.
 14. -
Use of student’s feedback in the
classroom.15. - Use of teaching aids.16. -
Correction of student’s ´errors.
 17. - Use of communicative activities in the classroom.18. -
Use of students’ active participation in class.
 19. - Student grouping for class work.20. - Use of English (oral &written), in the classroom.21. - Attainment of learning objectives.22. -
Prospective Teacher’s ability to handle unexpected
 
 situations at school.23. -
St. Teacher’s ability to evaluate students’
performance.
TOTAL SCORE: .................GUIDE TEACHER (signature): ................................................Comments:AIVV/RGSTeaching Practice Team2012
 
 
ENGLISH PEDAGOGYPROFESSIONAL TEACHING PRACTICE2012CLASS OBSERVATION AND EVALUATION CHART
STUDENT TEACHER´S NAME: …………………................................................
 
SCHOOL .................………………………….……….. DATE…………......................
 GUIDE TEACHER´S NAME: ............................................................................
Objective: To evaluate one student teacher’s class. Student teachers must provide two
of these evaluations per month during his/her student teaching practice.Dear Guide Teacher: Please evaluate each aspect of the student teacher class byputting an X in the corresponding box according to the following scale:
5: Very good4: Good3. Fair2: Poor
5 4 3 2
1. - Quality of initial motivation.2. -
Ability to keep students’ interest throughout the lesson.
 3. - Communication of the objectives of the Lesson.4. - Mastery of language contents to be taught.5. - Quality of presentation of new language.6. -
Student Teacher’s modelling of language to be taught.
 7. - Use of presentation techniques.8. - Appropriateness of practice activities.9. - Sequencing of practice activities.10. - Variety in practice activities.11. - Clarity of instructions.12. - Integration of language skills.13.
 – 
 
Student Teacher’s guidance in learning activities.
 14. -
Use of student’s feedback in the classroom.
 15. - Use of teaching aids.16. - Correction of 
student’s ´errors.
 17. - Use of communicative activities in the classroom.18. -
Use of students’ active participation in class.
 19. - Student grouping for class work.20. - Use of English (oral &written), in the classroom.21. - Attainment of learning objectives.22. -
Prospective Teacher’s ability to handle unexpected

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