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act. no. 8-13 {FS 4}

act. no. 8-13 {FS 4}

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Published by Mae Melgazo Palo

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Published by: Mae Melgazo Palo on Jul 03, 2012
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Field Study 3Exploring the CurriculumActivity # 8The IntentionTarget competencyAt the end of this activity, you should have communicated clear learning goals that areappropriate for learners.Specific Tasks1.
Visit the school2.
Get a copy of the school vision, mission and the goals.3.
Analyze the vision, mission, and goals relative to the existing school.Copy below the vision and mission of your cooperating school
Iligan City National High School shall be the center of excellent basic education in Region X.
 The school continues to nurture and develop students to become highly competitive and value-oriented students with quality basic education and who will turn-out to be productive andresponsible citizens of the community where they serve.Based on the school mission and vision, what are the intended learning goals for the learners?The intended learning goals for the learners are stated in terms of what studentswill
and what they will be
able to do
as a result of the lesson. Goals specify desiredforms of student learning, thinking, engagement, and behavior. Whatever the instructorsdecide to do in the class will be considered in light of the goals.
Field Study 3Exploring the CurriculumActivity # 9The IntentionTarget Competency
At the end of this activity, you’re expected to develop, and use variety of appropriate
assessment strategies to monitor and evaluate learning outcomes.Specific Task1.
Conduct classroom observation2.
Write down the learning objectives of the day.3.
Determine if the evaluation items given by resource teacher are congruent with theset of objectives.Request from your resource teacher the learning objectives and assessment strategies used forthe day. Write them below:Subject matter:Components of physical fitnessLearning objectives:
Students will display an understanding of performance cues related to locomotion.
Students will display an understanding of how locomotion’s performance cues are
specifically related to swimming.
Students will display an understanding of performance cues related to springs, rotationsand landings.Assessment strategies:
Strategies for managing assessments in the everyday world of the physical educator
Strategies for developing teacher-generated assessments based on the needs andinterests of their own programs
A comprehensive listing of the critical elements for basic nonlocomotor and locomotorskills
Request three (3) learning objectives from your resource teacher. Develop and use variety of appropriate assessment strategies congruent with the said learning objectives.
Demonstrate characteristics that promote positive team play, leadership and acommitment to personal fitness.
participate in the following sports and activities: aquatics, basketball, badminton, bocce,cardiovascular fitness,creative movement, cooperative games, muscle strength and endurance, personalhealth, soccer, table tennis, ultimate Frisbee and volleyball.
demonstrate growth and a developing competence in motor skills with strength, agilityand control to accomplish avariety of tasks.What is the appropriate assessment strategies used to monitor or evaluate learning?
Strategies for developing teacher-generated assessments based on the needs andinterests of their own programs.

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