Overview My today’s lesson was observed by my supervisor for this phase 2 practicum, Dr Chandran. It was a one-hour lesson and I taught the pupils on reading. Right after the observation sessions, he met the four of us to give some feedback and at the same time he also asked if we have any concerns regarding the workloads given, the school’s activities and the staff. Anyhow, everything is so far so good and we have no issues here. Strengths Based on the written as well as the verbal feedback given
During my practicum, I was asked to come up with my own lesson plan template. I wrote a very simple lesson plan with a section for the lesson objective, the materials I needed, and the length of time, and a brief description of the engagement and exploration phase.
One of the most common and prominent classroom activities is the act of teacher questioning. In classroom setting, teachers’ questions and students’ answers are considered a powerful teaching approach if they are used to challenge supposition, and lead to new reason and knowledge. Unfortunately, despite the great impact of the act of teacher questioning in facilitating the process of learning, it has a possibility to demotivate the learners if it is carried out incorrectly. Therefore, the research