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Supervising Teacher Feedback Form Observation # __1__ Lesson Plan and Observation !

! "#1 Student Name: Yazmin Duran Supervising Teacher: Scott Lawrence %ooperating Teacher: Diane &irth Date: 11/16/11 School: Manito a Num er o' Students: ( !rade/Su "ect: #th/Language $rts

The statements elow are drawn 'rom the &isconsin Standards 'or Teacher Development and Licensure and the $lverno $dvanced $ ilities 'or )ducation* This 'eed ac+ is intended to support ,ou as ,ou re'lect on this teaching e-perience and re'ine ,our practice 'or 'uture lessons* PL$%%&%' $%! P( P$($T&O%
&isconsin Teaching Standards 1./ 0%onceptualization. Diagnosis1

Teacher 2nowledge. S+ills. Dispositions 3 served


45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou used teaching resources and curriculum materials and made some evaluations a out their use'ulness*

)vidence 0%andidate1

A well planned sequence of instructional events Your assessments connected to your objectives. Your learning experiences and 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou engaged students in learning* resources (book and teacher examples) 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou understand the importance o' actively engaged students and related to their connecting instruction to students? e-periences* experiences. he writing activity provided 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou elieve that plans must alwa,s students with a real application of the e open to ad"ustment and revision ased on student concepts being taught. Your focus was to needs* develop student understanding of similes and 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou value the importance o' metaphors which needed to be stated more planning as an integral part o' teaching* clearly in your objectives. !ringing in all the 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou selected and created learning other forms confused that focus a bit. e-periences that were appropriate and relevant to
learners*
____ Inadequate ____Emerging _x__ Proficient ____Distinctive

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&isconsin Teaching Standards D.A.( 0%oordination. 5ntegrative 5nteraction1

Teacher 2nowledge. S+ills. Dispositions 3 served 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou encouraged

)vidence 0%andidate and Student1

You were very encouraging and supportive in your interactions with students. You actively discussion. listened and responded to group interaction* You elicited samples o' student thin+ing orall, and in writing* listened to your students and generated 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou respected students as diverse multiple student perspectives about the individuals* assigned task. You kept the group on task and 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou were sensitive to communit, productive. You knew your students and were and cultural norms* able to relate to their backgrounds and 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou recognized opportunities to interests. "tudents had opportunities to share demonstrate multiple perspectives* their ideas both orally and in writing. You 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou monitored independent and created a productive environment for learning.
group wor+ in 'ield settings*
____ Inadequate ____ Emerging __x__ Proficient + ____Distinctive

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&isconsin Teaching Standards #. 6. / 0%ommunication. %oordination. Diagnosis. 5ntegrative 5nteraction1

Teacher 2nowledge. S+ills. Dispositions 3 served


45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou evaluated learning goals and considered alternative strategies and materials to meet student needs* 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou used some teaching and learning strategies to engage students in active learning opportunities* 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou presented concepts clearl, and accuratel,* 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou were a thought'ul and responsive listener* 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou modeled appropriate communication strategies in conve,ing ideas and in'ormation and in as+ing Euestions* 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou communicated in wa,s that demonstrated sensitivit, to cultural and gender di''erences* 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou connected instruction to students? e-periences*

)vidence 0%andidate and Student1


You taught with enthusiasm and purpose. You presented the concepts with clear examples from literature ("tory using similes and metaphors) and your own teacher#modeled items (letter and story). hanksgiving was a common theme all students could relate to. You were constantly reinforcing the key terms as students wrote their stories$letters. Your processing comments$questions supported student thinking and writing. he sharing at the end of the lesson reinforced their understanding of similes and metaphors. You relied on verbal examples. %aving visual examples of the key terms would allow students to see as well as hear them. &hat strategies might have been useful in this regard'
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45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou ad"usted and revised the lesson plan ased on student needs* Copyright 2009. Alverno College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. All rights reserved under U. ., !nternational and Universal Copyright Conventions. "eproduction in part or whole #y any $ethod is prohi#ited #y law.

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__x__ Proficient

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&isconsin Teaching Standards C.F 0Diagnosis. 5ntegrative 5nteraction1

Teacher 2nowledge. S+ills. Dispositions 3 served 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou used some assessment techniEues to enhance ,our +nowledge o' learners and modi', ,our teaching and learning strategies*
45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou evaluated

the e''ect o' class activities. collecting in'ormation through o servation o' classroom interactions and Euestioning*
45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou show a

commitment to re'lection. assessment. and learning as an ongoing process* 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou were willing to give and receive help*
45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou used

)vidence 0%andidate and Student1 You did a wonderful job of checking for student understanding throughout the lesson. You used these observations to clarify procedures and provide students with supportive information and guiding questions. he sharing of products at the end reinforced student understanding and gave you informal feedback on their performance. You are reflective about your teaching and open to feedback from others.

classroom o servation 'rom the 'ield to re'lect on and revise ,our practice*
____ Inadequate ____ Emerging __x__ Proficient ____Distinctive

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&isconsin Teaching Standard 1B 0%ommunication. 5ntegrative 5nteraction1

)vidence 0%andidate and Student1 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou related You related to students in a very positive and professional manner. Your cooperating teacher pro'essionall, and e''ectivel, with the cooperating teacher and 'acult,* was highly complimentary regarding your commitment and participation during this 45N67T TY6)89 %:)%2;3< = M$%>3;7TT3N :TMLDirectYou dressed pro'essionall, and consistentl, portra,ed a pro'essional placement. demeanor*
____ Inadequate ____Emerging ____ Proficient __x__ Distinctive

Teacher 2nowledge. S+ills. Dispositions 3 served

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Summar. Statement and $reas to )oncentrate on &mproving/ $ ver, solid per'ormance 'or ,our 'irst o servation. YazminG Your lesson was well planned. o''ered engaging activities and provided students with a supportive and encouraging learning environment* You taught with clarit, and purpose and related e''ectivel, to student e-periences* See m, comments a ove 'or areas o' growth* &ell doneG
Overall Per0ormance ____
Inadequate ____ Emerging __x__ Proficient ____Distinctive

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