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  • 1. Republic of the PhilippinesDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONRegion IV – A CALABARZONDivision of RizalDistrict of Tanay IIPINAGSABIRAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLOBSERVATION CHECKLIST IN TEACHING ENGLISHGrade I-VI2C21AName of Teacher: __________ ___________________ Date: _____________Subject Observed: _____________________________Time: ____________CRITERIA 4 3 2 1I. OBJECTIVES1. Objectives1.1 Listening1.2 Reading1.3 Speaking1.4 Writing2. Objectives taken from the BEC - PELCSub TotalII. SUBJECT MATTER1. Subject matter congruent with the objectives2. Story, materials and references were written as part of theplanSub totalIII. LEARNING ACTIVITIESA. Discovery the Magic of ReadingPre ReadingDeveloping Previewing Vocabulary1. Techniques used in the unlocking of the difficultieseffectively doneBuilding Background Knowledge2. Motivation activated prior experiences of pupils3. The teacher set the purpose for reading4. Motivation parallel to the motive question5. Standards set for listening before thestory/poem/dialogue reading/telling/shared readingB. Constructing Meaning (Active Reading)6. Attention of the pupils held during thestory/poem/dialogue reading/telling/shared reading7. The teacher read the story (Grade I-II)First Reading – open and read the story showing picturesSecond Reading – give pupils a chance to interact with thetext depending of techniques use in reading e.g. DRA,DRATA (interacting with text)8. Children showed signs of using their HOT skills throughpredicting, inferring and interacting with the text,classmates and teachera. The teacher used varied strategies suited to learners need1. Motive question first asked during the discussion2. Varied activities the maximized pupil participation wereemployed3. Activities were focused on developing the multipleintelligences of pupils4. Standards/procedure were established among pupils whichwere observable during the group activities5. Motive question first asked during the discussion6. Questions correctly framed and within the level of thepupils7. Question shall develop HOT skills of pupils8. Appropriate instructional materials were used to meet theneeds of pupils
  • 2. ObserverSignature Over Printed NamePost ReadingEngagement 1 – Group Activities9. The teacher provided multiple intelligences activities10.Teacher roamed around while children werebusy doing the activity11.Teacher set standard and procedure among herpupilsEngagement 212.Question were arranged according toDimensions or(gradual psychological unfolding13.Maximum participation among pupils wereobserved14.Engagement 1 was embedded or part of theEngagement IISub TotalC. Developing English Language Competencies (DELC)1. Stories/text/passage/poem/paragraphs and other2. Reading material used in the Reading Phase was utilizedas a spring board to present the lesson3. Motivation was interesting and caught the attention ofpupils4. Teaching strategies were congruent with the objectives5. Adequate and appropriate instructional material wereutilized6. Varied techniques/strategies/approaches were utilized7. Maximum participation was observeda. Mastery of the structures was evidentb. evaluation was congruent with the objectivesSub TotalD. Deciphering and Decoding: Strategies and Skillsa. Words were presented in varied and meaningful situationsb. Word attack techniques/strategies were effectively utilizedc. Appropriate and sufficient visual aids were usedd. Sufficient exercises were presented to ensure wordrecognitione. Hierarchically sequence exercises were usedf. Instructional materials were effectively utilizedg. Proper decoding of the following was observed:1. words2. phrases3. sentencesSub TotalIV. EVALUATION1. Evaluation items ( test items) were congruent withthe objective/sSub TotalV. ASSIGNMENT1. Assignment for mastery/ preparation for the nextlessonSub TotalGRAND TOTALLegend:4 – Outstanding3 – Very Satisfactory2 – Satisfactory1 – Needs Improvement
  • 3. Republic of the PhilippinesDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONRegion IV – A CALABARZONDivision of RizalDistrict of Tanay IIPINAGSABIRAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLOBSERVATION CHECKLIST IN TEACHING ENGLISHGrade I-IIName of Teacher: __________ ___________________ Date: _____________Subject Observed_______________________________ Time: ____________CRITERIA 4 3 2 1I. OBJECTIVES1. Objectives stated in behavioral terms1.1 (GLR) Genuine Love for Reading1.2 (CT) Critical Thinking1.3 (MSEL) Mastery of Structure in English language1.4 (TS) Transfer Stage1.5 Value/s2. Objectives taken from the BEC - PELCSub TotalII. SUBJECT MATTER1. Subject matter congruent with the objectivesSub totalIII. LEARNING ACTIVITIESGLR/CTA. Genuine Love for Reading (Pre Reading, During Reading, and PostReading)1. Techniques used in the unlocking of the difficultieseffectively done2. Motivation activated prior experiences of pupils3. Motivation parallel to the motive question4. Standards sets for listening before thestory/poem/dialogue reading/telling/shared reading5. Attention of the pupils held during story/poem/dialoguereading/telling/shared reading6. Children showed signs manifestation of love for readingB. Critical ThinkingEngagement Activities no.11. activities that maximized pupils participation wereemployed2. Activities were focused on developing the multipleintelligences of pupils3. Standards/procedure were established among pupilswhich were observable during the group activitiesEngagement Activities no. 21. Motive question first asked during the discussion2. Questions correctly framed and within the level of thepupils3. Questions develop HOT skills of pupils4. Activities in Engagement 1 were included/part ofEngagement 2 (embedded)5. Appropriate instructional materials were used to meetthe needs of pupilsSub TotalC. Specific Skills Development1. Exercises focused on the development of the skills2. Exercises were within the level if the learners/pupils3. Utilized paragraphs, poems, rhyme, editorial, newsitem and others taken from textbooks, newspaper,magazines.4. Provide items for evaluation of pupils’ mastery of theskill on the reading phrase
  • 4. ObserverSignature Over Printed Name5. Appropriate and adequate evaluative materials wasusedSub TotalD. MSEL/Integration of Language1. Stories/text/passage/poem/paragraphs and other2. Reading materials used in Reading Phrase was utilizedas a spring board to present the lesson3. Motivation was interesting and caught the attention ofthe pupils4. Teaching strategies were congruent with the objectives5. Adequate and appropriate instructional materials wereutilized6. Maximum participation was enhance7. Evaluation was congruent with objectivesSub TotalE. Transfer Stage1. Word Attacka. Words were presented in varied and meaningfulsituationsb. Word attack techniques/strategies were effectivelyutilizedc. Appropriate and sufficient visual aids were used2. Word Recognitiona. Sufficient exercises were presented to ensure wordrecognitionb. Hierarchically-sequenced exercises were usedc. Instructional materials were effectively utilized3. Decodinga. Proper decoding of the following was observed:a.1 wordsa.2 phrasea.3 sentencesSub TotalIV. EVALUATIONa. Instant recognition of the words by the pupils wasevidentb. Evaluation items were congruent with the objective/sSub TotalV. ASSIGNMENTa. Assignment for mastery/preparation for the next lessonSub TotalGRAND TOTALLegend:4 – Outstanding3 – Very Satisfactory2 – Satisfactory1 – Needs Improvement
  • 5. Republic of the PhilippinesDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONRegion IV – A CALABARZONDivision of RizalDistrict of Tanay IIPINAGSABIRAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLOBSERVATION CHECKLIST IN TEACHING ENGLISHGrade I-IIName of Teacher: __________ ___________________ Date: _____________Subject Observed_______________________________ Time: ____________CRITERIA 4 3 2 1I. OBJECTIVES1. Objectives stated in behavioral termsa. (GLR) Genuine Love for Readingb. (CT) Critical Thinkingc. (MSEL) Mastery of Structure in English languaged. (TS) Transfer Stagee. Value/s2. Objectives taken from the BEC - PELCSub TotalII. SUBJECT MATTER1. Subject matter congruent with the objectivesSub totalIII. LEARNING ACTIVITIESGLR/CTA. Genuine Love for Reading (Pre Reading, During Reading, and PostReading)1. Techniques used in the unlocking of the difficultieseffectively done2. Motivation activated prior experiences of pupils3. Motivation parallel to the motive question4. Standards sets for listening before thestory/poem/dialogue reading/telling/shared reading5. Attention of the pupils held during story/poem/dialoguereading/telling/shared reading6. Children showed signs manifestation of love for readingB. Critical ThinkingEngagement Activities no.11. Varied activities that maximized pupils participationwere employed2. Activities were focused on developing the multipleintelligences of pupils3. Standards/procedure were established among pupilswhich were observable during the group activitiesEngagement Activities no. 21. Motive question first asked during the discussion2. Questions correctly framed and within the level of thepupils3. Questions develop HOT skills of pupils4. Activities in Engagement 1 were included/part ofEngagement 2 (embedded)5. Appropriate instructional materials were used to meetthe needs of pupilsSub TotalC. Specific Skills Development1. Exercises focused on the development of the skills2. Exercises were within the level if the learners/pupils3. Utilized paragraphs, poems, rhyme, editorial, newsitem and others taken from textbooks, newspaper,magazines.
  • 6. ObserverSignature Over Printed Name4. Provide items for evaluation of pupils’ mastery of theskill on the reading phrase5. Appropriate and adequate evaluative materials wasusedSub TotalD. MSEL/Integration of Language1. Stories/text/passage/poem/paragraphs and other2. Reading materials used in Reading Phrase was utilizedas a spring board to present the lesson3. Motivation was interesting and caught the attention ofthe pupils4. Teaching strategies were congruent with the objectives5. Adequate and appropriate instructional materials wereutilized6. Maximum participation was enhance7. Evaluation was congruent with objectivesSub Total (A+B+C)IV. EVALUATIONa. Evaluation items were congruent with theobjective/sSub TotalV. ASSIGNMENTb. Assignment for mastery/preparation for the next lessonSub TotalGRAND TOTALLegend:4 – Outstanding3 – Very Satisfactory2 – Satisfactory1 – Needs Improvement

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