Fs 2
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Like this? Share it with your network

Share
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
360
On Slideshare
339
From Embeds
21
Number of Embeds
1

Actions

Shares
Downloads
4
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 21

http://www.slideee.com 21

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. FS 2 (Field Study 2): Experiencing the Teaching-Learning Process Page 1 ACTIVITY SHEET NO. 2 ENRICHING LEARNING Teacher Observed: Mr. Nestor Badillos School: CNSC- Abaño Campus Class Observed: III-A & III-B Subject: Geometry Date: February 24 & March 10, 2014 Time: 9:25am-11:25am Target Competencies At the end of this activity, the FS 2 Student will be able to: • Obtain information on the learning styles, multiple intelligences, and needs of learners. • Propose strategies to address the needs of differently-abled students. Specific Tasks 1. Observe a class. 2. Focus on the lesson proper. 3. Accomplish the attaché matrix. Teacher’s Activity Describe the Learning Behaviors of the Learners Theories of Learning Applied by the Teacher Your own suggested activity that would promote better learning Reason/s for your choice 1. Quizzes They are independent. Cognitive Leaning Theory Teacher should teach the students to keep on focus while taking a quiz. Sometimes the students are scattered. 2. Summative Test The Learners are on focus. Cognitive Leaning Theory Teacher needs to give unique strategy in giving a summative test through the enhancement of Sometimes the students are letting to open their notes while they are taking a summative test.
  • 2. FS 2 (Field Study 2): Experiencing the Teaching-Learning Process Page 2 their skills and cognitive aspect as well. 3. Giving an evaluation paper They are actively filled up the evaluation paper. Affective Domain It would be better if every grading period, the teacher gives an evaluation paper to know more the needs of students. The teacher only gives an evaluation paper at the last grading of the school year. 4. Discussion Others are paying attention and others are not so. Cognitive Learning Theory Teacher should maintain discipline inside the classroom. Students are sometimes committing misbehavior. 5. Board Work They are actively participating. Psychomotor Learning Theory Teacher should allow most his of students to explain his work after solving. There’s a time that it’s okay for the teacher not to explain the work of students during the activity said. Pelaosa, Larino Jr., Salazar Field Study Student
  • 3. FS 2 (Field Study 2): Experiencing the Teaching-Learning Process Page 3 ACTIVITY SHEET NO. 3 ASSISTING THE TEACHER Teacher Observed: Mr. Nestor Badillos School: CNSC- Abaño Campus Class Observed: III-A & III-B Subject: Geometry Date: February 24 & March 10, 2014 Time: 9:25am-11:25am Target Competencies At the end of this activity, the FS 2 Student will be able to: • Determine, understand, and accept the learners’ diverse background and experiences. Identify and analyze the factors to be considered in the selection of learning experiences, instructional materials, and assessment tools. Specific Tasks 1. Observe a class. 2. Identify the lesson objectives, learning activities, instructional materials, and assessment tools employed by the teacher. Accomplish the attached matrix. Subject Matter Lesson Objectives Learning Activities Assessment Tools 1. Finding the Median  To be able to solve the median of a given Geometric figures.  Listening  Solving  Board work  Performance- based Assessment 2. Ratio & Proportion  To be able to distinguish ratio and proportion.  To be able to solve Ratio & Proportion- Related Problem.  Solving  Distinguish ing  Summative Test  Administering Paper and Pencil Test 3. Triangle Congruence  To be able to prove the congruency of triangle.  Recitation  Listening  Proving  Visualizing  Oral Assessment