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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region IVA-CALABARZON
Division of Rizal
District of Rodriguez II
KASIGLAHAN VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
San Jose, Rodriguez Rizal

WALKTHROUGH OBSERVATION
REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF
OCTOBER, 2018

Prepared by:

SONNY V. MATIAS
Master Teacher I

Noted:

DR. ELIZABETH B. MEDINA


Principal III
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region IVA-CALABARZON
Division of Rizal
District of Rodriguez II
KASIGLAHAN VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
San Jose, Rodriguez Rizal

WALKTROUGH OBSERVATION REPORT


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 2018

I. Introduction:

Classroom management refers to the strategies, skills and techniques that


teachers use to keep students organized, orderly, focused, attentive, quiet on the
task and also academically productive during a class. In other words, these
strategies, when adopted and applied professionally help teachers to create and
maintain an effective learning environment that could facilitate both academic and
social emotional learning. This notion is underscored by Wong (2001), who defined
classroom management as “all things that a teacher does to organize students,
space, time, and materials so that instruction in content and student learning can
take place’.

When classroom management approaches are effectively implemented, teachers


minimize student’s behaviors that could make the learning difficult while teachers
also maximize students’ behaviors that could facilitate or enhance effective learning.

II. Objective:

To extend technical assistance and support to the teachers on: a) Lesson


Planning; b) Classroom Management; c) Teaching Learning Process; d) Preparation
and utilization of instructional materials; e) Learner’s Behavior in the Classroom; and
f) Use Instructional Supervisory Plan for Teachers based on Philippine Professional
Standards for Teachers (PPST) as basis for classroom observations and
recommendations.

II. Teachers Observed This Month


Please se attach schedule of observation for the month of October ,
2018.

III. Narrative And Pictorial Report


A. PPST CLASSROOM OBSERVATION TOOL

Observation Notes
 The teacher used the different materials
/decorations in the classroom to discuss the lesson.
(Contextualization)
 The teacher sets the mood of the students using
brainstorming method in clarifying objectives.
 Asked the students to recall what they were trying to
do the other day. Then relate previous lesson to the
present lesson.
 The teacher established routine procedure to
maximize the use of time and make classroom
conducive for learning.
 shows good command and knowledge of subject
matter, demonstrates confidence & mastery of the
lesson
 Students were grouped into four and each group
made an actual experiment about the relationship of
current, resistance and voltage.
 The teacher draws a graphic organizer on the board.
She asked the students to analyze the factors that
affect one’s attitude and practices related to
sexuality. She grouped the learners into two boys and
girls.
 pupils behavior and responses
 Using simulation game students answered the given
task. Boys and girls compete to get the right answer.
Most of the students participated actively.
 The learners expressed their excitement and
everybody participated in the activity.
 The students are actively participated in the
discussion. They can differentiate plant cell from
animal cell easily because of what they seen in the
video. They feel amazed and excited during the
presentation.
 pupils performance at the end of the session/period
 Most of the students learned the lesson. The outcomes
of the learners performance is quite high based on the
result of their test.
 While doing he experiment the students record their
observation.
 The teacher localized the lesson by using the
picture of the municipal hall.

PUPILS

The learners performed significantly well in the class.


The learners actively participated in the classroom
interaction.
The learners showed attentiveness in the lesson and
sustained their interest throughout the lesson.
The learners demonstrated in varied ways learning
achieved.
The learners passed the formative test with 80%
accuracy.

B. Recommendations:

In the light of the foregoing observations, it is recommended


that teachers in the school should:
1. Engaged learners in the lesson by providing them
differentiated activities for higher learning simultaneously.
2. Applied varied motivational strategies/ techniques and the
teacher's choice of motivational strategy/technique were
appropriate.
3. Handled behavior problems quickly and with due respect
children’s' rights.
4. Consistently established and maintained standards of
learners' behavior.
5. The teacher gave varied examples to explain the idea with
emphasis on thoughtful exploration of complicated issues and
often asked HOTS questions.
C. Pictorials: