MATHEMATICS TEACHING PLANNING “Critical Teaching Skills For Focusing Attention” Group II Name NPM Pipin Devi Erasanti A1C010018 Nia Winiarti A1C010004 Risnanda Arifin A1C010027 Alif Aditya A1C010022 Hapni Puspita Sari A1C010037 Semester : V Lecturer : Dewi Rahimah, M. Ed Study Program of Mathematics Education Mathematics and Natural ScienceFaculty of Teacher Training and Education Science Bengkulu University 2012
CRITICAL TEACHING SKILLS FOR FOCUSING ATTENTION1. Give examples three convergent and three divergent questions based on the video with duration 1:29 convergent a. How many three dimensional figure are there in the video? b. What is the formula of cylinder surface area? c. How many pairs of the same sides in the rectangular parallelpiped? Divergent a. How to get the formula of right triangular prism volume? b. What would you do first if you want to draw the rectangular parallelpiped? c. How to get formula of cylinder volume?2. Give one example question for each level of Blooms Taxonomy based on the video with duration 4:34 Knowledge For instance: What is the definition of parallelogram? Comprehension For instance: Explain in your own words about the theorem of opposite side on parallelogram. Application For instance: Explain how to know that a diagonal and the opposite side of parallelogram form two congruent angles. Analysis For instance: How would you describe the opposite angle of a parallelogram?
Synthesis: For instance: Create another parallelogram with different angles from the video to show that opposite angles of parallelogram are congruent. Evaluation For instance: Predict when a figure said as a parallelogram?3. Give one example question for each guideline for planning and delivering questions based on the video with duration 4:57 a. Be clear and concise For instance: How many ways to solve linear equations in two variable? b. Use vocabulary that is appropriate for the age and ability of the students For instance: Eighth grader: what do you know about solving linear equations using substitution method? c. Plan question that are short enough for students to remember. For instance: What is the general formula of linear equation in two variable? d. Follow questions with time for students to think. For instance: Teacher gives task to students for finding the value (x, y) of and . Then, teacher gives time to students for 5 minutes to finish it. e. Follow questions with redirections, prompting and probing as necessary For instance: Teachers ask to students “what is the value (x, y) of and ?” Then, teacher asks students to use two methods that has been learned before, for getting the result.
f. Follow questions with honest feedback. Teachers ask to students “what is the value (x, y) of and ?” After that, students answer the value of (x,y) is (2,5). Then, teachers response students’ answer that their answer is incorrect. After that, teacher explains students the way to get correct answer.g. When you ask questions of your students, your goal should be to involve as many of them as possible. For instance: Teacher asks students “Give some examples the form of linear equations in two variables”.h. Avoid ridiculous questions For instance: Have you ever made linear equations in two variable in your daily activities?