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Field study 2

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  • 1. Field Study 2<br />Experiencing the Teaching-Learning Process<br />EPISODE1 <br />LOOKING THROUGH THE MEANINGFUL LEARNING EXPERIENCES<br />Target<br /><ul><li>Observe at least three classes and describe the principles of teaching and learning used by the teacher.
  • 2. Observe the cognitive, Meta cognitive and motivational process in the classroom.
  • 3. List down the instructional materials used by the teacher to facilitate the learner.
  • 4. Reflect on your experience.
  • 5. OBSERVATION SHEETName of the school observed: _________________________________________School Address: _____________________________________________________Date of Visit: _______________________________________________________Grade/year level: _______________________ Subject Area: _________________
  • 6. What principle in teaching - learning were commonly applied?
  • 7. What instructional materials were used in teaching?
  • 8. Which of the principles in teaching facilitate the cognitive, Meta cognitive and positive motivational process of learning?</li></ul>EPISODE2<br />LEARNER’S CHARACTERISTICS AND NEEDS<br />Step 1:<br />Make a journal about the task perform teachers as they teach their lessons noting patterns and variety.<br />Step2:<br />Record and highlight observable and significant event (s) in such teaching-learning activities and events.<br />Step 3:<br />Confer with the teacher regarding observable and significant events.<br />Step 4:<br />Reflect on your experience.<br />MY JOURNAL<br />Name of the school observed:<br />School address:Date of visit: <br />Grade/year levelSubject area: <br />Topic: <br />Description of teaching strategies: <br />  <br />Description of learning activities:<br />Description of learners’ participation (proportion of learners who was participated and quality of participation):<br /> <br />Signature over printed name of F.S student<br /> <br />Assisted By: __ <br />Cooperating teacher<br />EPISODE3<br />ASSISTING A TEACHER WITH A “TEACHER’S TOOLBOX”<br />Steps:<br /><ul><li>Observe a class and identify the lesson objectives, learning activities, instructional materials and assessment tools used by the teachers.
  • 9. Interview the teacher on the reason behind the use of observed learning activities and instructional materials.
  • 10. Reflect on the reasons given by the teacher interviewed.</li></ul>AN OBSERVATIONAL GUIDE FOR ASSISSSTING TEACHER<br /><ul><li>What are the objectives of the lesson?</li></ul>How do the learners participate in the learning activities?<br /><ul><li>What instructional materials are employed?
  • 11. Is she assessing the process or the product?</li></ul>What reasons does the teacher give in having such learning activities?<br /> <br /> Signature over printed name of FS student<br />

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