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Table 11: Template for Peer Observation 1 & 2

Please ensure that the observer /critical friend has a copy of the lesson plan.
Peer Observation Number:
Date/Time: 25 of OCT Name of Student Teacher to be observed:
Hessa Ghareeb

Setting: groups Grade: KG2

Area of Focus: Name of Observer/Critical Friend:


Safeyya
Five senses (taste sense)
Learning Outcomes:
Students will identify the taste sense Students will compare the three flavor swee
sour and salty.

Students will recognize different examples f


Students will identify the three flavor the three flavor sweet, sour and salty.
(sweet, sour and salty).

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Students will classify the three flavor
sweet, sour and salty.

PEER OBSERVATION: AREA OF FOCUS

Observed Strengths: Suggestions for further development:

Well managing: Hessa has the ability to You could praise the table group who a
manage the young students even if they following the instructions- this would
are hyperactive but she do her best to encourage the others to do the same.
manage them.

Good activities that match the students'


level.

I like the explore activity when the


students taste the food to identify the
flavor.

Encouraging the students by words and


stickers.

Different kind activities that help the


students to achieve the concept of the
lesson.

How did you feel about conducting a formal observation?


I like doing observation because it is help me to develop and learn new things. I hav
felt so exciting and interesting when I observe Hessa because she teach kinder
garden and I don't have experience with them, so I want to learn how to deal with
them by observing Hesse.

How did your colleague feel about being observed?


My colleague Hessa was comfortable and confident about her work because she is
familiar with being observing. So like I saw she was so motivated and she try to do
her best.

How did you feel about discussing your observations with your colleague after the
lesson?
When I discuss the observation, my colleague hessa was a good listener, and she
wants from me to tell her the truth about her lesson. I explain for her my feedback,
and she did not argue with me but she listen carfully, and she also likes mine
feedback.

How did your colleague react to your assessment? Did she agree with your
evaluation?
Like I said before my colleague Hessa like my feedback, and she thinks that the
feedback that I gave her will help her in the next lesson. Also, she didn't argue with
be but she was so confident and a good listener.

Which of the suggestions you made will your colleague apply in her next lesson?
My suggestion for her was to praise the table group who are following the instructio
because this would encourage the others to do the same. She like this idea and she
told that she would apply it next lesson.

Do you and your colleague feel that this was a valuable experience? Why/Why not?

Both of us think that this experience will help us to develop and build our experienc
in teaching because it allows us to see how our colleagues do and their way and
methods for teaching. So it will help both of us to improve.

Please tick the boxes using the scale with 5 indicating the best possible performance
Professionalism 1 2 3 4

Displays a high standard of professional behaviour, which *
includes punctuality and readiness for the session.
Shows initiative and enthusiasm during the session. *

Promotes a positive learning environment & builds good rapport *


with the learners.
Comments or reasons for scoring above:

1 2 3 4
Planning for Learning

Provides a lesson plan, which includes all the required information *


and has clear and explicit learning outcomes.
Shows a student-centered focus in the lesson plan. *

Incorporates differentiation through activities, questioning and/or *


learning styles.

Materials and resources for teaching are of high quality and *


appropriate to the level of the learner.
Formative and/or summative assessment activities are included in *
the plan.

Comments or reasons for scoring above:

1 2 3 4
Implementing and Managing Learning

Uses accurate and appropriate language. *

Maintaining engagement independence *


Ensures instructions, questions & explanations are clear, accurate *
& constructive.

Uses effective questioning & elicitation techniques. *

Establishes and maintains clear and consistent rules & routines. *

Maintains an appropriate pace to challenge and motivate the *


students.

Uses a range of teaching strategies. *

Manages lesson time effectively. *

Comments or reasons for scoring above:

Monitoring and Assessment 1 2 3 4



Monitors student progress effectively during the session. *

Provides ongoing feedback to students to enhance learning *


during the session.
Uses formative and summative assessment instruments such as *
checklists, grading scales, rubrics, tests and projects etc. to
evaluate students performance.

Comments or reasons for scoring above:

I like her lesson and I learn a lot from observe her.