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ST.

ANTHONYS COLLEGE
San Jose, Antique

A PORTFOLIO

In Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Course
Education 206
(Principles of Teaching 2)

Presented to:
MRS. MARY JEAN O. TEJARES
Teacher

By:
RHEA MARIE Y. LANAYON
BSED3
January 3, 2017
Guide Questions and Requirements
(Classroom Observations)
Instructional Approaches, Strategies and Techniques
Instructional Materials
Assessment Process
A. Interview
1) What Instructions Strategy do you usually and appropriately employ in your
subject/class? How these affect the learnings of the students?
2) What Instructional Materials do you usually used in presenting your lessons? How
these Instructional Materials facilitate learning of your students?
3) What assessment type do you usually use in assessing the extent of learning of your
students?
B. Observation
1) What are the different Instructional Strategies/Methods and techniques used by the
teacher in teaching? Describe briefly how these Instructional Strategies /Methods and
techniques were used in his/her class. Observe how students respond to the different
instructional materials used by the teachers.
2) What are the different Instructional Materials used by the teacher in delivering his/her
lessons? Describe briefly how these Instructional Materials were used in his/her class?
3) What assessment tools were used by the teacher in assessing the learning of his/her
students?
C. Analysis
Based on your interviews and observations;
1) How the three concerns of OBE (Outcomes, Assessment, and Activities) work?
2) How important is the teachers proper and appropriate choice of Instructional
Strategies and Instructional Materials?
D. Reflection
Reflect on the following;
1) Alignment of lesson Objectives, Assessment and Activities
2) Use of appropriate instructional strategies and instructional materials, and
assessment tools
E. Future Application
What Future Plans do you have in mind based on your observations and interviews with
regard to?
1) Varied and dynamic instructional strategies
2) Varied instructional materials that will be used in presenting your lessons
3)Appropriate assessment tools
ST. ANTHONYS COLLEGE
SAN JOSE, ANTIQUE

ATTENDANCE LOG
ST. ANTHONYS COLLEGE HIGHSCHOOL
(Name of School Observed)

Name: _______________________________________________ Curriculum & Year


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Date Time Schedule Subject Observed Signature of


the Cooperating
Teacher
ENGLISH/FILIPINO

MATHEMATICS

SCIENCE

ARALING
PANLIPUNAN

VALUES
EDUCATION

TLE (Computer)

TLE (Cookery)
Guide Questions and Requirements
(Classroom Observations)
Instructional Approaches, Strategies and Techniques
Instructional Materials
Assessment Process

A. Interview Values
1) What Instructions Strategy do you usually and appropriately employ in your
subject/class? How these affect the learnings of the students?
Discussion
Sharing-group or partners
Interview
Scrapbook making
Reaction papers
The more strategies the better since Values Education is to be lived by students. It
should be record on life experiences and connections.

2) What Instructional Materials do you usually used in presenting your lessons? How
these Instructional Materials facilitate learning of your students?
Multi-media ->Inspiring rescues/films or clips
Textbooks/Reference Books
->Traditional chalkboard
It will enhance their learning experiences.

3) What assessment type do you usually use in assessing the extent of learning of your
students?
Quizzes, tests
Reflections
Documentation (in case of interviews and activities)
Rubrics (for write ups and scrapbooking, )
Observation and qualitative evaluation is more important than quantitative in Values
education.

Guide Questions and Requirements


(Classroom Observations)
Instructional Approaches, Strategies and Techniques
Instructional Materials
Assessment Process

A. Interview Math
1) What Instructions Strategy do you usually and appropriately employ in your
subject/class? How these affect the learnings of the students?
I usually employ DISCOVERY APPROACH in presenting new lessons to the class. In
Mathematics it is always easy for me to make my students learn the lesson if they
themselves were able to push their understanding and discover how a particular/specific
examples was answered. And also by employing DISCOVERY APPROACH. I am able to
help my students articulate their ideas and thinking processes.

2) What Instructional Materials do you usually used in presenting your lessons? How
these Instructional Materials facilitate learning of your students?
The use of real numbers and real life problems are always the best Instructional
Materials. Employing numbers they can see and use on their everyday lives provide
meaning in their learning and effectively arouses their interest.

3) What assessment type do you usually use in assessing the extent of learning of your
students?
Usually I utilize the paper and pen test to measure the extent of learning among
my students but it would cover mostly problem solving. (lessons being integrated into
real life problems involving real numbers.)
Guide Questions and Requirements
(Classroom Observations)
Instructional Approaches, Strategies and Techniques
Instructional Materials
Assessment Process

A. Interview English
1) What Instructions Strategy do you usually and appropriately employ in your
subject/class? How these affect the learnings of the students?
Peer teaching and group dynamics are effectively strategies (if properly guided by
the teacher) to ensure students participation, interaction, and learning. These strategies
help students gain confidence in sharing their own ideas and reacting or complementing
ideas given by others.

2) What Instructional Materials do you usually used in presenting your lessons? How
these Instructional Materials facilitate learning of your students?
Apart from textbooks, the use of modern technology also enhances student
learning. Visual aids are still useful and effective as long as the teacher is creative
enough is using them.

3) What assessment type do you usually use in assessing the extent of learning of your
students?
Paper and pen test for knowledge/ mastery of concept introduced KWHL Chart to
test students understanding of the lesson Formative and Summative tests to test
mastery and understanding of the lessons.
Guide Questions and Requirements
(Classroom Observations)
Instructional Approaches, Strategies and Techniques
Instructional Materials
Assessment Process

A. Interview tle
1) What Instructions Strategy do you usually and appropriately employ in your
subject/class? How these affect the learnings of the students?
Discussion/ Demonstration/ Laboratory Lessons. It will greatly develop their manual
and intellectual skills since students are experiencing in reality the skills they hence to
acquire as in laboratory lessons (hand-on)
Laboratory of life

2) What Instructional Materials do you usually used in presenting your lessons? How
these Instructional Materials facilitate learning of your students?
Both traditional and modern ()
t.l.e evaluate-Rubrics, PPS (project plan sheet)
Effective because students learn by doing
3) What assessment type do you usually use in assessing the extent of learning of your
students?
Rubrics
Project Plan Sheet
Written Exam
Demonstration by students (hands on )