Certificación de tutores de docentes de idiomas Ana Laura Vela Velueta email@example.com• How would you as a teacher trainer introduce the peer lesson observation?If it’s used for summative purposes is necessary because helps to focus on specific criteriaessential to completing a reliable and valid observation.I think is necessary to discuss it at least aweek before the observer lesson is due to take place and give some information about the pointsthat lesson have to content.• Which observation tasks could be interesting for your trainees? Write down some ideas.Teaching strategies, class topic, and objective for the session, description of students.• How would you prepare your visit with the trainee? Which information do you need before theobservation?I need to know the date and the time, which aspects will be, evaluates, and how the observer willdevelopment his rol.• How long should the lesson observation last?30 or 40 minutes• How would you write down your feedback? Create a feedback sheet which you could use for yourfuture lesson observations.It must given in an environment of trust Peer Observation ChecklistFaculty member being observed _______________________Course _______________________ Observer _________________ Date _____________________ Observed? CommentsInstructor clearly Yes________communicates the purpose osclass session and instructional No________activities.Instructor uses concretes Yes________examples and illustrations thatclarify the material No________Instructor uses a variety of Yes________activities to ensure all thestudents are engaged No________Instructor challenges the Yes________students to think analytically. No________
Certificación de tutores de docentes de idiomasInstructor uses activities in Yes________class to determinate whetherstudents understand course No________material.Instructor fosters students to Yes________interaction No________ Yes________Instructor links new material topreviously learned concepts. No________Instructor uses visual and Yes________handouts where appropriate tocompany verbal presentation. No________Instructor requires students to Yes________be active (e.g., completing atask, applying concepts or No________engaging in discussion insteadof passively listening).Students are comfortable Yes________asking questions. No________Students actively participate in Yes________class activity and discussions. No________Students are able to connect Yes________course material to otherrelevant topics. No________• How would you manage the feedback-discussion? Write down the most important rules.Acknowledge strengths in the early stages of peer observation, that is what you are there foridentify best or developing practice be explicit and specific be evaluative rather than descriptivereflect only in what was agreed before the observation encourage self reflection and selfevaluation, but remember in the early stages they may be neither required not valued.• What happens if the trainee fails? What advice would you give him/her?To work harder on the areas that failed and try again.• What can the trainee do, if he does not accept the feedback of the trainer?He need to auto-evaluated and identify the areas that failed and work on them.• Is a second visit possible? With the same trainer?I think yes.