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OBSERVATION TASK 4: EAVESDROPPING ON A TEACHER DURING A LISTENING

LESSON

Observation Table: Teaching Listening


Class: grade 5

Number of learners: 26

Length of lesson:

Teacher observed:

Language Learning Goals:


Time
Kind of
spent on
Preparation
preparatio
n
Pre-listing
Teacher introduces
the character of the
story.
Before show
5 min
them the story
teacher told them
about the important
thing that they
should focus in.
While-listing
Teacher gives the
students worksheet
to answer it when
finish watch the
20 min
video.
Students can ask
for watches the part
that dont
understand it with
explain of the
teacher.
post listening activity
Answer the work
5 min
sheet

Materials used: video/ worksheet


Purpose
stated (Y/N)

Type of text, topic


and length

(N)

Find the goal of the


story

No. of times text


heard

Watch again the


important part

(Y)

Find the goal of the


story

Watch again the


important part

Find the goal of the


story and answer
the question

Watch again the


important part

To answer
the
worksheet
and find the
goal of the
story

( Y)
To make
sure that
students
understand

After the Observation:


1a.
What preparation (i.e. pre-listening activity) were the learners given
before they listened to the text?
- Teacher starts the lesson by give the students the idea of what they will do
and the question they need to answer it.
If they had some preparation, answer (b) if they did not, answer (c).
b. How did the pre-listening activity aid student understanding?
Students start to be focus in main idea of this activity and that allow them to
understand and know what will happen next.
c. What pre-listening activity might have been done to help them
understand the target language better?
2a.
Were the learners engaged in a while-listening activity/activities?
Students were allowed to ask question about the part they dont understand it
and teacher can review to them the part with epilation.
If so, answer (b); if not, answer (c).
b. What were the aims of the while-listening activity/activities?
To make students participate with story by ask and answer,
c. What while-listening activity/activities might have helped the learners
to better understand what they had heard?
3a.
Did the learners experience a post-listening activity/activities?
The teacher gives them worksheet to answer it.
If so, answer (b); if not, answer (c).
b. What were the aims of the post-listening activity/activities?
Teacher wants check her students if they know the goal of the story and
understand it or not.
c. What post-listening activity/ activities might have better helped the
learners to understand what they had heard?
4a.
How many times did the learners listen to the text/recording?
It is depend of they have difficult to understand one part teacher will review it with
them.
b. Would it have increased their understanding if they had been allowed
to listen to the text/recording again? Explain.
Students when hear it again they look more understanding of the story as they
ask the teacher for more explain.
c. Did the learners hear the whole text at once or in parts?
If so, which was the most helpful?
The show the whole video once but the students who didnt understand any part
teacher explain more to them. I think the most helpful to them was to hear it in
part and between parts to part she explains the part.

REFLECTION
This model of teaching listing is easier to teacher and students when they have
to listen to story or other thing. The advantage of this kind of lesson that it will be
more organizes and has main goal that teacher wants student to achieve.
Second, that can change of the routine of the class with new strategy that can
students find interesting.
But the problem of it that student will feel bored of only listening without having
active activity to do in class so, I think that students will loss interesting the aim of
the lesson. For that the teacher should include in this lesson a different method
that make students participate in the lesson. Also, the problem could be in while
listening that students will find it a way to play but if teacher choose the perfect
place to read to them as reading corner this problem could be easy to deal.
However, teacher is the key to make all three steps success in her listening
activity.