Marking GuideforInstructional Materials
Direction: Check the box below that corresponds to each item.
3 – Definitely (90 – 100)
2 – Moderately (51 – 89)
1 – Not at all (0 – 50)
Comments/Suggestions: (Strengths and suggestions for improvement)
ITEMS TO RATE
Not at all
1. It is big enough that can be seen by
the farthest learner.
2. Colors for the material are realistic and
3. It facilitates learning.
4. It can stand several uses.
5. It is economical to produce
6. It is light and easy to manipulate.
7. It is up to date.
8. It is related to the specific needs,
problems and experiences of the
9. It has originality.
10. It develops curiosity and a sense of
discovery in the learners.
Appendix C: Pre-Service Teacher’s Actual Teaching Rating
Date: Subject Taught::
Note: This will serve as a guide to the Cooperating Teachers and TEI Practicum Supervisor in
assessing the actual teaching performance done by the Pre-service Teachers. Check the box
below that corresponds to each item.
Legend: 100-95 - Excellent 88-83 - Satisfactory 77-72 - Unsatisfactory
94-89 - Very Satisfactory 82-78 - Fair
ITEMS TO RATE E VS S F U
I. LESSON PLAN
A. Objectives were stated in behavioral terms
B. There was congruence between
1. Objective and subject matter
2. Objective and materials used
3. Objective and teaching procedure / Strategies of
4. Objective and formative test / Evaluation
5. Objective and assignment
II. TEACHING METHODS
A. Method/s used was/were suited to the needs and
capabilities of the students
B. The teacher was creative enough to adapt his/her
method to the students’ capabilities
C. Visual aids and other examples were used to illustrate
D. The teacher made effective use of the formative test after
III. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
A. The teacher had a systematic way of checking:
3. Practice exercise
4. Group Work/Project
5. Passing in and out of the room
6. Correcting, distributing, and collecting paper
B. Order and discipline were present in the classroom
C. Visual aids were within easy reach of the teacher during
IV. COMMUNICATION SKILLS
A. The teacher spoke clearly with a well-modulated voice
B. The teacher used correct grammar in speaking
C. Correct responses were given by the students through
the teacher’s skillful questioning.
D. He/She observed correct pronunciation
E. The board work of the teacher was free from errors in
grammar and spelling
F. The teacher’s handwriting on the board and the lesson
plan was legible enough to be read and understood
V. TEACHER’S PERSONALITY
A. The teacher is neat and well-groomed.
B. The teacher is free from mannerism or physical defects
that tend to disturb the student’s attention.
C. The teacher’s personality is strong enough to command
respect and attention.
The pre-service teacher’s strengths are:
Comments/Suggestions for Improvement:
Final Rating (Tick one) Satisfactory Unsatisfactory