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PRESENTED BY: REFLECTI

Rouba Jabbour
Outline

A- Teaching method

B- Style of learning in the classroom

C- Lesson plan

D- Assessments considered
A- Teaching
Method
Hands-on activity

John Dewey is often seen as the


proponent of learning by doing
Inquiry Based Learning rather than learning by
passively receiving. He believed
that each child was active,
inquisitive and wanted to
explore.

All students become familiar


with the subject they are
learning
A- Teaching Method
3 domains
A- Teaching Method
5Es

Engag
Engage Explore Evaluat
e
e

Explain Elaborate
A- Teaching Method

Blooms
taxonomy /
cognitive
domain
B- Style of learning in the
classroom
+ -
Students Everyone was
participated concentrating
and trying to
participate

Their was an
unsatisfactory
( a few students
dominate the
discussion)
B- Style of learning in the classroom

Student centered
approach
B- Style of learning in the
classroom
Enough time on task

Active learning

The use of visual aids and


PowerPoint
C- Lesson Plan

- Objectives should follow Blooms


levels.
- Objectives should be put according to
higher level of thinking.

- So I could have added to the objectives


students will be able to:
Name the 4 seasons.
Differentiate the characteristics of each of
the 4 seasons
A new objective in which students will
design a model of one of the four season
they learnt.
C- Lesson Plan
Motivation

- Classroom management wasnt


effectively maintained.

- As we all know, every child is different,


so every child is motivated in a certain
way. (not all students were interested
in the IBL done at first)

- Groups werent divided properly

- Every member in the group should


have a role, a task or a responsibility to
handle (which wasnt the case in my
C- Lesson Plan

Presentation and application

- My hands-on activity wasnt well discussed,


students didnt know what to do so I had to explain
it in every group

- Because of the lack of instructions, we skipped


the presentation part of the work at the end of
the activity. Instead I could have put the steps
on the board to follow them.

- In the application part, a group didnt totally


finish
his work.
C- Lesson Plan

Evaluation of my hands-on activity


wasnt done perfectly, students
didnt present why they chose each
of the clothes in a specific season.

Here, students could have shared


their real life examples and their
experiences in order for them to
explain their choices.
D- Assessments considered

Evaluation and closure

- The evaluation sheet of this lesson


was a homework to be done at home.

- In addition to the homework, I could


have done a rubric to evaluate the
understanding of the students, the
group work and the participation

The closure was a recapitulation


of everything in a little
PowerPoint with a true or false
quick questions.
Observer will choose out of 5 points ( 1 the lowest grade
to the highest 3 points)

Characteristics Points ( 1 to 3)
Everyone in the group is
working
A calm cooperative
group work
Naming the 4 seasons
Creating a model of one
of the seasons using any
material seen in the
classroom
Students are motivated
and are effectively
participating