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Dixie State University of Utah Education Department DESERT Field Experience Formal Lesson/Instruction Evaluation-Secondary

Student Nathan McArthur "rade Supervisor John Goldhardt 6th Practicum !entor Jana Anderson _ ,'-roficient )he teacher clearl! understands and demonstrates the conce ts$behaviors underl!ing the com onent and im lements them ,ell .'Distin/uished School Fossil Ridge Intermediate Lesson Title: Distributive Pro ert! o" Multi lication Su#$ect/DS% %lass Practicum Date ##$%&#' Time (:&& AM +')asic )he teacher a ears to understand and usuall! demonstrates the conce ts underl!ing the com onent and success"ull! im lements most elements* but ma! not be entirel! success"ul TEAC 1.2 1.3 1.4.2 1.2 1.4.2

&'Unaccepta#le )he teacher does not !et (')elo* )asic a ear to understand and demonstrate the conce ts underl!ing the com onent* or ma+es oor or ina ro riate choices in ho, to im lement them0/1 . /not a licable or not observed during this lesson

D!2&-Diversity
• uses teaching strategies that are sensitive to diversit! in race* culture* ethnicit!* gender* and learning di""erences • establishes a civic classroom based on caring* res onsibilit!* and res ect "or diversit! • di""erentiates "or individual students ,ith learning di""erences or needs • uses a variet! o" instructional strategies to su ort and e4 and 5nglish language learners6 communication through s ea+ing* listening* reading* and ,riting • encourages students to anal!7e ideas "rom diverse ers ectives

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D!2( Effective -eda/o/y
• designs age a ro riate and coherent lessons ,here ob9ectives* instructional strategies* and assessment are aligned • introduces lesson : states goal • gives clear directions : e4 lanations • maintains attention* a ro riatel! aces lesson* : ma+es smooth transitions • uses a ro riate technolog! to enhance instruction : su ort student learning • engages students in assessing their o,n rogress • uses multi le and a ro riate t! es o" assessments to anal!7e student learning and to ad9ust instruction in res onse to student learning needs • as+s ;uestions to stimulate discussion and higher level thin+ing • uses varied : creative teaching strategies • stimulates students to re"lect on rior content +no,ledge* ma+e connections* : lin+ ne, conce ts to "amiliar conce ts • gives closure to lesson b! restating goals and learning outcomes 1.4. 1 1.2 1.2 1.3 1.4. 3 1.2 1.4. 1 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.2

Needed to have ob9ectives and a summar!-

D!2+-Su#$ect !atter
• hel s students understand and use sub9ect matter language • uses +no,ledge o" sub9ect matter to give com elling lessons that meet the needs o" a ,ide range o" students through rich and varied details • recogni7es students6 misconce tions and hel s students create correct schemas • demonstrates strong +no,ledge and con"idence in sub9ect matter • models ro er use o" ,ritten and oral language related to sub9ect matter 1.1 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.1

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<anta6s =at is a great method o" remembering the distributive ro ert!-

D!2,-Environment
• establishes and monitors consistent rocedures and standards o" student behavior • deals ro"essionall! and e""ectivel! ,ith ina ro riate behavior • builds student ca acit! to collaborate : develo s shared values and e4 ectations "or res ect"ul interactions • demonstrates and maintains ra ort ,ith students 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.3

<tudents seemed to res ond ,ell to m! ersonalit! and sense o" humor-

D!2.-Reflective /Note: discuss a"ter lesson : ma+e notes on

age % o" "orm> • ,illingl! acce ts and uses "eedbac+ given through the coaching and mentoring rocess • establishes a ro riate goals to im rove ractice : continue to learn /see bac+ o" "orm> • re"lects on student learning and demonstrates the abilit! to trans"er ,hat the! learned to ne, situations • uses variet! o" data to re"lect on : evaluate the outcomes o" teaching and learning

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From the video* I cannot asses this in"ormation-

D!23-Teachin/ Dispositions
• demonstrates a ro"essional dis osition /e-g-* demeanor* a earance* re ared* rom tness* etc-> • sho,s res ect and care "or su ervisor* mentor and students • demonstrates moral and ethical conducts and acts as a role model • communicates in ,a!s that demonstrate res ect and caring "or and res onsiveness to age* gender* ethnicit!* culture* learning and language di""erences o" all students • dis la!s enthusiasm and e4hibits con"idence 1.4. 1 1.3 1.4. 1 1.4. 2 1.4.

<eemed a ro riatel! enthused "or the age grou and sub9ect matter-

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This video demonstrates my excitement and energy in the classroom. I feel that my personality and sense of humor go well in the classroom. I need to work on timing my lessons to fit everything in properly. I also need to include objectives and summaries in my lessons. Most of my shortcomings come from a lack of experience that can be fixed with time and practice. I feel I have already improved so much from my practicum lesson and I hope to continue to improve always.