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FACULTY OF EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE

Lesson Observation Form


Student Teacher Name: Gibion Makiwa Grade: 3
Subject: Science School: Coalbanks Elementary School

Faculty Consultant: Marlo Steed Date: Jan 22, 2019 Observation: 1


Adminisrator: Joey Gentile Mentor Teacher: Carmen Carvalho

Observation Notes:
Lesson Plan (preparation):
• the lesson plan was prepared

Introduction:
• Teacher out in the hall - (it good to be there and welcome them back and monitor the hall)
• Teacher claps - routine
• T: we are still waiting for others...
• T: what did we talk about yesterday?

Body/Activity:
Category of Behaviour Teacher Response Consequence

Student chatter Everybody needs to be quite - listen Seemed to settle them


down

Student chatter Somebodies talking - what is rule #2 Seemed to settle them


down

Miles is playing with the markers Miles - (comes over has student stop playing with Students settled down
whiteboard markers)

Students writing on whiteboards Teacher collects whiteboards worked but then you
wanted to use those
again

Student not listening Moves over a talks to individual - worked

Student chatting Teacher waits for quite This worked well

Closure:

Assessment:

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FACULTY OF EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE

• Whiteboards were a great formative assessment tool

Summary
What went well?
• The students seemed to recall more because of the math stories.
• Drawing the math problems out on the whiteboard worked well.
• The reminder of the rules seemed to work well.
• I loved your discovery approach - (can you show it? Very challenging for these kids but don’t
give up this approach)
• Getting Miles to help you seemed like a good idea.
• The number line was a great idea but quite a bit of time to organize.
• Good patience - waiting till students have settled down.
• Nice progressions - doubling the jumps.
• The idea of picking names at random worked to get other students involved in participating.
• Modelling the different questions types worked well.
• Circulating and checking their work was a great formative assessment approach.

Things to think about.


• Perhaps split boys at the back.
• Have a plan for whiteboards when not in use (perhaps turn those over so it is not temping).
• Perhaps have a routine for getting the whiteboards distributed.
• How can you avoid students just copying other students’ whiteboard answers.
• When you say, I need all eyes on me ensure - ensure all eyes are on you.

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