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  1. 1. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION EPISODE 2: LESSON OBJECTIVES AS MY GUIDING STARName of FS Student: Sarah Jane B. CabilinoCourse, Year & Section: BEEd IIIResource Teacher: Mrs. Elenita V. Dizon Signature: _________________Cooperating School: Tanauan North Central SchoolMy PerformanceFocused on: Application of the guiding principles on the development of the lessonobjectives Task Exemplary (4) Superior (3) Satisfactory (2) Unsatisfactory (1) All tasks were done with Fewer than half of tasks All or nearly all tasks Nearly all tasks wereObservation/ outstanding were done; or most were done with high done with acceptableDocumentation: quality; work exceeds objectives met but with quality quality expectations poor quality Analysis questions were Analysis questions were Analysis questions were answered completely not answered completely. answered completely; in Analysis questions were depth answers; not answered. Clear connection with Vaguely related to the thoroughly grounded onMy Analysis theories theories theories/exemplary Grammar and spelling grammar and spelling. unsatisfactory Grammar and spelling Grammar and spelling are superior acceptable Reflection statements are Reflection statements are Reflection statements are Reflection statements are unclear and shallow and profound and clear, clear; but not clearly shallow, supported by are not supported byMy Reflection supported by experiences supported by experiences experiences from the experiences from the from the episode. from the episode. episode. episode. Portfolio is complete, Portfolio is complete, clear, well-organized and clear, well-organized and most supporting Portfolio is incomplete; Portfolio has many all supporting documentations are supportingMy Portfolio lacking components; is documentation are available and/or in logical documentation is unorganized and unclear. located in sections clearly and clearly marked organized but lacking. designated. locations. Two days or more afterSubmission Before deadline On the deadline A day after the deadline the deadlineSub Totals Mr. ANTHONY B. BALAKIT _March 1, 2013_ FS 1 and 2 Instructor Date PAGE | 1
  2. 2. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION OBSERVATION SHEETName of the Resource Teachers observed: Mrs. Elenita V. DizonSchool Address: Tanauan City, Batangas Date: February 15- 17, 2013Grade/Year Level: Grade V-A Subject Area: Science and Health VGuiding Principles in Determining and Teacher Behavior/s which Prove/sFormulating Learning Objectives Observance of the Guiding Principle 1. The Resource Teacher began her lesson by 1. Begin with the end in mind. clear definite objective. 2. The Resource Teacher let the students to 2. Share lesson objective with discover the instructional objectives of their students. discussion. 3. Lesson objectives must be in the 2 3. The teacher let the students to describe or 3 domains – cognitive, skill and how water cycle goes and state and explain affective or cognitive and its three processes. She also gave the affective or skill and affective. opportunity for the learners to actively participate in the group activities provided. 4. The teacher provided learning objectives 4. Work on significant and relevant which are essential for the students’ lesson objectives. behavioral progress and should be coping within the period of time. 5. The lesson objectives provided by the 5. Lesson objectives must be lead to teachers directed the students’ thinking into the development of critical and rational one. Their own way of describing creative thinking. and explaining was also been trained into a more artistic way. 1. After observing your Resource Teacher teach, write down what you think was / were her lesson objective. At the end of sixty minute period, the students will be able to: a. Describe the three processes of water cycle. b. State and explain the three processes of water cycle. c. Actively participate the group activity 2. Ask permission from your Resource Teacher for you to copy her lesson objective for the day’s lesson. Copy it here then compare it with your answer in # 2. Are they the same? Different? The learning objectives are similar because right after her teaching, we made a forum in which we discussed how her teaching was done. Her learning objectives was also been questioned to us. PAGE | 2
  3. 3. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATIONMY ANALYSIS 1. If answer in # 3 above is different, what is your conclusion regarding written lesson objective and actual lesson development? Are lesson objectives in the lesson plan always followed? Do they really serve as guiding star? Yes, learning objectives serve as a guide for the teachers on how he/ she will direct learning to the students. It is said to be the objectives because it is the target goal of the teachers for that day. An effective teacher should follow the stated learning objectives at his/her lesson plan. 2. Why did you find it easy/difficult to write down the Resource Teacher’s lesson objective for the day? Did she mention it at the beginning of her/his lesson? Yes, she mentioned the day before our observation that she will ask us on what was her learning objectives for that day. And I find it quite easy to write the objectives because she used appropriate method and materials needed to be able to utilized her goals and objectives for that lesson. 3. Did you find the lesson objective SMART? Why or Why not? Yes, her learning objectives were classified as SMART in such a way that it can be consumed in specific time-allotment. Aside from that, it can also be measured and attained in a way that students could describe and explain the three processes of water cycle and how it goes. 4. Was the lesson objective in the cognitive or psychomotor or affective domain? Or was it in the two or three domains? Support your answer. PAGE | 3
  4. 4. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION The lesson objectives used by Mrs. Dizon was in the three domains of learning. When the students being able to describe how water cycle goes, they used their cognitive skills. Then, they utilized their psychomotor skills while they are stating and explaining the three processes of the cycle. However, it was classified under affective domain when they had the feeling of active participation in every group activities provided.My Reflections Any lessons learned or insights gained from your observation focused onlesson objectives? Write them down here. Are lesson objectives truly the guiding star inthe development of a lesson? Or are lesson objectives sometimes forgotten as thelesson develops? Lesson objectives are set of goals that the students must cope within theperiod of time. Based on my observation, Mrs. Dizon directed the learning to thestudents through the use of her objectives. Her goals are in the three-domains oflearning which made the student more knowledgeable and equipped with the topic.The knowledge, skills and attitudes are all developed in the set aims and objectives. Learning objectives truly be considered as guiding star in development ofthe lesson. It is said to be the expected learning outcomes of the students. Knowledgeand learning can be controlled effectively and efficiently through complying with theobjectives provide for that day. Additionally, the set goals will make the demonstrationof lesson be well-directed and concentrated on the established aims and targets.Those objectives will tied up on the success or failure of gaining learning in everypresentation of lesson. And it could be assess through the performance of the studentsduring the evaluation part of the lesson. PAGE | 4
  5. 5. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATIONMY PORTFOLIO My researched quotations that state the significance of goals and objectives (Don’t forget to state your source) “You can Never Give Up and Never Quit because if you really think about it, there are a multitude of other people who are relying on you to excel and succeed in achieving your goals and objectives.” -Unknown quotes http://www.searchquotes.com/search/Signific ance_Of_Goals_And_Objectives_In_Teaching/ Teachers play an important role in molding young minds of every individual. They serve as model and students sometimes imitate and idolize them. So teachers should always influence them with positivity and values. Like how learners won’t give up on their survival in life, the teachers should not also surrender in directing the learning of the students using their lesson objectives being established. Sometimes, everything was out of controlled, yet how teachers deal with those struggling times will be the determinant of the success of their profession, which is not merely to teach only, but to mold, lead and inspire young minds which one day could be more successful than them. PAGE | 5
  6. 6. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATIONMY PORTFOLIO My researched quotations that state the significance of goals and objectives (Don’t forget to state your source) “You can Never Give Up and Never Quit because if you really think about it, there are a multitude of other people who are relying on you to excel and succeed in achieving your goals and objectives.” -Unknown quotes http://www.searchquotes.com/search/Signific ance_Of_Goals_And_Objectives_In_Teaching/ Teachers play an important role in molding young minds of every individual. They serve as model and students sometimes imitate and idolize them. So teachers should always influence them with positivity and values. Like how learners won’t give up on their survival in life, the teachers should not also surrender in directing the learning of the students using their lesson objectives being established. Sometimes, everything was out of controlled, yet how teachers deal with those struggling times will be the determinant of the success of their profession, which is not merely to teach only, but to mold, lead and inspire young minds which one day could be more successful than them. PAGE | 5
  7. 7. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATIONMY PORTFOLIO My researched quotations that state the significance of goals and objectives (Don’t forget to state your source) “You can Never Give Up and Never Quit because if you really think about it, there are a multitude of other people who are relying on you to excel and succeed in achieving your goals and objectives.” -Unknown quotes http://www.searchquotes.com/search/Signific ance_Of_Goals_And_Objectives_In_Teaching/ Teachers play an important role in molding young minds of every individual. They serve as model and students sometimes imitate and idolize them. So teachers should always influence them with positivity and values. Like how learners won’t give up on their survival in life, the teachers should not also surrender in directing the learning of the students using their lesson objectives being established. Sometimes, everything was out of controlled, yet how teachers deal with those struggling times will be the determinant of the success of their profession, which is not merely to teach only, but to mold, lead and inspire young minds which one day could be more successful than them. PAGE | 5
  8. 8. Republic of the Philippines BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Malvar Campus Malvar, Batangas COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATIONMY PORTFOLIO My researched quotations that state the significance of goals and objectives (Don’t forget to state your source) “You can Never Give Up and Never Quit because if you really think about it, there are a multitude of other people who are relying on you to excel and succeed in achieving your goals and objectives.” -Unknown quotes http://www.searchquotes.com/search/Signific ance_Of_Goals_And_Objectives_In_Teaching/ Teachers play an important role in molding young minds of every individual. They serve as model and students sometimes imitate and idolize them. So teachers should always influence them with positivity and values. Like how learners won’t give up on their survival in life, the teachers should not also surrender in directing the learning of the students using their lesson objectives being established. Sometimes, everything was out of controlled, yet how teachers deal with those struggling times will be the determinant of the success of their profession, which is not merely to teach only, but to mold, lead and inspire young minds which one day could be more successful than them. PAGE | 5

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