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Intern Name: Vanessa Matusin

Internship: 2017FA-LTM-621-01

Submitted: Nov 27, 2017 Supervisor(s): Pamela Lucas, Linda Wandtke
Course/Term: LTM-621 - 01 : Lit in Early Adolescence/Adole ( 2017FA Mentor(s): Marissa Maciejewski
)
Assessor: Marissa Maciejewski (Mentor) Site: Carmen High School Southeast, 2500 W. Oklahoma Avenue, Milwaukee
WI 53215
Comments: Subject(s): English
Grade(s): 9th

Directions

Please note student’s strengths or areas in which s/he can improve in each category below. When possible, please provide specific examples or comments to
support your view.

Planning (conceptualization/diagnosis/coordination)

Inadequate Emerging (1.000 pts) Proficient (2.000 pts) Distinctive (3.000 pts) N/A
1. Engages in
pre-
assessment
1/7 (14%)

Comments: Excellent hook---students were definitely interested and able to apply their own experiences.
2.
Demonstrates
content
knowledge
(1.4) and
content area
learning
strategies.
1/7 (14%)

Comments:
3. Designs
instruction
based on
assessment of
student
strengths,
needs,
learning styles,
and learning
differences
(3.1, 4.1)
1/7 (14%)

Comments:
4. Coordinates
resources to
design
effective
instruction
(9.4) • consults
with
cooperating
teacher • uses
print, audio-
visual, and
computer
technology
1/7 (14%)

Comments:
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5. Plans
motivational
instruction by
relating
lessons to
student
interests,
humor,
provides
student
choice,
questioning,
and
investigation
(1.1, 5.2)
1/7 (14%)

Comments: Great use of questioning during the hook (student survey)
6. Plans for
differentiation
Plans
stimulating,
varied input
(brain
compatibility) •
Use talents
and students’
interest • Vary
input
strategies •
Uses posters,
ads, photos,
multi-media •
Provide for the
use of
manipulatives •
Be alert to
students styles
and
intelligences •
Cooperative
grouping •
Marzano’s Six
Steps for
vocabulary
instruction •
Plans for a
variety of
questions
Quality of
Lesson Plan •
Alignment of
assessment,
standards,
learning
activities,
objectives •
Procedures o
Pre, during ,
post • Pre-
assessment •
Context/setting
described
1/7 (14%)

Comments:
Final
Comments -
Suggestions
for Students
1/7 (14%)

Comments:
16.000 pts | 88.89 %

Inviting (communication/integrative interaction)

Inadequate Emerging (1.000 pts) Proficient (2.000 pts) Distinctive (3.000 pts) N/A
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1. Contributes
to a welcoming
learning
community
(learns student
names, talks
with students
before and
after the
lesson) (3.8) 2.
Creates a
safe, non-
threatening
environment
(brain
compatibility) •
Empower
learner with
technology •
Alert to
student
learning styles
• Builds trust •
Provide an
advocate for
every student
• Provide an
atmosphere of
curiosity •
Spark natural
curiosity • Use
unique
student talents
. . . 3.
Demonstrates
enthusiasm for
teaching and
learning (1.3)
4. Recognizes
the importance
of verbal and
nonverbal
communication
in projecting a
pleasant,
professionally
engaging
demeanor
while
interacting with
the
cooperating
teacher and
students
(effective use
of inflection,
volume, eye
contact,
gestures,
facial
expression,
body
positioning,
movement in
the classroom)
(6.4)
1/5 (20%)

Comments: Although a couple students were less talkative than others, we heard from all student voices during the lesson.
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2. Creates a
safe, non-
threatening
environment
(brain
compatibility) •
Empower
learner with
technology •
Alert to
student
learning styles
• Builds trust •
Provide an
advocate for
every student
• Provide an
atmosphere of
curiosity •
Spark natural
curiosity • Use
unique
student talents
...
1/5 (20%)

Comments:
3.
Demonstrates
enthusiasm for
teaching and
learning (1.3)
1/5 (20%)

Comments: Gave personal examples about technology to relate to students and what they were learning.
4. Recognizes
the importance
of verbal and
nonverbal
communication
in projecting a
pleasant,
professionally
engaging
demeanor
while
interacting with
the
cooperating
teacher and
students
(effective use
of inflection,
volume, eye
contact,
gestures,
facial
expression,
body
positioning,
movement in
the classroom)
(6.4)
1/5 (20%)

Comments:
Final
Comments -
Suggestions
for Students
1/5 (20%)

Comments:
12.000 pts | 100 %

Teaching (communication/diagnosis/integrative interaction)

Inadequate Emerging (1.000 pts) Proficient (2.000 pts) Distinctive (3.000 pts) N/A
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1. Sets context
for the lesson
(5.1)
1/9 (11%)

Comments:
2. Lesson plan
implementation •
Differentiation •
Sensitivity to
learning style,
cultural
differences
1/9 (11%)

Comments:
3. Creates active
meaningful
learning (brain
compatibility) •
Uses project
based learning •
Uses community
learning • Gives
students
responsibilities •
Have students
create
products/services
• Have students
work on teams,
tasks forces,
committees •
Maintain high
expectations •
Marzano’s Six
Steps • Engages
students in
critical
thinking/problem
solving
1/9 (11%)

Comments:
4. Models and
supports active
listening,
interactive
discussion, and
thoughtful
response in
reading, writing,
and other media
(2.3, 6.1, 6.2)
1/9 (11%)

I would have liked to see you model what an exemplar response would be for the double diary entry that students filled out after reading
Comments:
(where they wrote their summary of evidence and opinions/questions)
5. Uses different
types of
explanation,
levels of
questioning (text
explicit, text
implicit, script
implicit, literal,
inferential,
synthesis,
evaluation) and
discussion to
challenge and
support student
thinking (3.2,
6.3)
1/9 (11%)

Comments:
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6. Uses literacy
strategies to
facilitate learning
1/9 (11%)

I liked that students had the double entry journals; one suggestion would be to incorporate some check points in your next lesson where
Comments:
students can stop and self-monitor their comprehension as they read.
7. Manages
resources of
time, space,
activities, and
attention to
engage students
productively (5.3)
1/9 (11%)

Comments:
8. Classroom
Management
1/9 (11%)

Comments: Excellent job addressing the two students who were off task; you did this is in a way that was both discreet and effective
Final Comments -
Suggestions for
Students
1/9 (11%)

Comments:
19.000 pts | 90.48 %

Assessing (diagnosis/integrative interaction)

Inadequate Emerging (1.000 pts) Proficient (2.000 pts) Distinctive (3.000 pts) N/A
1. Uses
appropriate
informal and
formal
assessment
strategies that
link to lesson
objectives (8.1)
1/6 (16%)

Comments:
2. Provides
specific
feedback to
learners and
involves them
in self
assessment
(8.3)
1/6 (16%)

Comments:
3. Provides
accurate timely
feedback (brain
compatibility) •
Students self-
assess their
work • Promote
reality for
assessments •
Make criteria of
assessing
explicit •
Maintain/Create
portfolios
1/6 (16%)

Comments:
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4. Reflects on
the impact of
the lesson on
student
learning,
modifying the
plan and
instruction
when
appropriate
(8.5)
1/6 (16%)

Comments:
5. Reflects on
own
performance in
relation to
Alverno
education
abilities and WI
Teacher
Standards (8.5,
9.2, 9.3)
1/6 (16%)

Comments:
Final
Comments -
Suggestions for
Students
1/6 (16%)

Overall, excellent job. Your planning was well aligned to the objective & standard. Your use of graphic organizers and scaffolding helped
Comments: students walk away with a clear understanding of evidence and how it is used to support a claim. You asked great questions to engage
students in learning and maintained and warm/caring demeanor throughout the lesson.
13.000 pts | 86.67 %