IFL Lesson Evaluation Form 2013
Trainee: SUON Sopheaktra, Date: June 12, 2013.
A. English Proficiency
|1. Is the teacher’s English grammatically accurate?||1/2||1.5/2|
|2. Is the teacher’s English fluent?||1.5/2||2/2|
|3. Is the teacher’s English appropriate for existing context?||1.5/2||1.5/2|
|4. Is the teacher’s English pronunciation good enough?||1.5/2||1/2|
- Supervisor: Problem with V-ing. Many repetitions of so, wrong use of active and passive. Sometimes, wrong emphasis/stress
- Associate Lecturer: …
B. Lesson Preparation
|1. Does the teacher apparently understand the lesson?||2/2||2/2|
|2. Does the lesson seem to have clear aims and objectives?||1/2||1.5/2|
|3. Does the lesson have several well-linked techniques?||1/2||1.5/2|
|4. Has the teacher apparently planned what he or she is going to say in the lesson?||2/2||1/2|
- Supervisor: Reconsider the objectives and techniques. How can Ss skim/scan if they are not taught to? Make sure they are taught the strategies of scanning and skimming. Warm-up technique is not related. Some technique names aren’t nice.
- Associate Lecturer: Though you included transition between techniques, when you moved from one to another, they don’t seem to link well.
C. The Teacher
|1. Is the teacher on time and well-prepared?||2/2||2/2|
|2. Is the teacher enthusiastic, patient, and confident?||1.5/2||1.5/2|
|3. Does the teacher listen and respond to the students carefully?||1/2||2/2|
|4. Does the teacher use a lot of positive reinforcement?||2/2||1.5/2|
|5. Does the teacher speak loudly, slowly and clearly?||1.5/2||2/2|
- Supervisor: Don’t be so fast to answer Ss’ question’s wait until Ss finish their words! Tone of speaking express rising and falling intonation!
- Associate lecturer: N/A
D. The Student
|1. Are the students who have problems helped by the teacher?||1.5/2||2/2|
|2. Are the students motivated and interested in the lesson?||1/2||1/2|
|3. Do any students have problem such as not seeing the board properly and hearing the teacher and/or tape recorder clearly? Are these problems solved?||1.5/2||1.5/2|
|4. Do the students learn much from the lesson?||1.5/2||1/2|
|5. Do all students get a chance to contribute actively to the lesson?||1.5/2||2/2|
- Supervisor: Some Ss were not helped when they appeared to have questions.
- Associate Lecturer: N/A
|1. Is there a clear, positive start to the lesson?||1/2||1/2|
|2. Does the teacher review language points the students have already learned?||2/2||2/2|
|3. Does the teacher teach the lesson carefully and clearly?||1/2||1.5/2|
|4. Does the teacher give the students a lot of practice?||2/2||1.5/2|
|5. Does the teacher make the student produce enough output to make them learn?||1.5/2||2/2|
|6. Is the lesson fun and interesting?||1.5/2||1/2|
|7. Is the lesson too fast, too slow or just right?||1.5/2||2/2|
|8. Does the teacher use different work arrangements?||2/2||1.5/2|
|9. Does the teacher use various questions which require different levels of thinking?||2/2||1.5/2|
|10. Does the teacher correct students appropriately for the existing context?||1.5/2||1.5/2|
|11. Is there a clear, positive end to the lesson?||1/2||1.5/2|
- Supervisor: Make a more relevant lead-in for warm-up, T should have asked Ss to scan/skim for word Chaturanga, ask a way/strategy to lead to the 1st main technique.
- Associate Lecturer: When you taught predicting he content, you could have asked Ss first about what they think the text will talk about.
F. Teaching Materials
|1. Does the teacher use the textbook or extra materials appropriately?||1/2||1/2|
|2. Does the teacher adapt the textbook or materials to optimize students’ learning?||1.5/2||1/2|
|3. Does the teacher use any audio-visual teaching aids? If so, are the teacher’s teaching aids large enough, clear, relevant and helpful for the students?||N/A||2/2|
|4. Does the teacher use the board well?||1.5/2||2/2|
- Supervisor: Way of writing shouldn’t block Ss’ sigh! There is no use of introducing summarizing technique.
- Associate Lecturer: You could have given them another text and asked them to summarize the main ideas of that text.
G. Classroom Management
|1. Does the teacher give clear instructions?||1.5/2||1/2|
|2. Does the teacher look at all the students and move around the room to monitor the students when they are working in pairs or groups or on their own?||2/2||2/2|
|3. Does the teacher ask different students to answer questions?||2/2||1.5/2|
|4. Does the teacher try to let the students speak as much as necessary?||1.5/2||2/2|
|5. Does the teacher use the students’ names?||2/2||2/2|
|6. Does the teacher manage class time effectively?||1.5/2||1.5/2|
|7. Does the teacher have a good rapport with the students?||2/2||2/2|
- Supervisor: Reinforce your way of telling Ss what to do.
- Associate Lecturer: When you give your instruction make it clear and also make sure Ss are listening to you.
Score: 60/78 (Supervisor) and 63.5/80 (Associate Lecturer) = 62.5/80 (In Total)
The score is the second column is marked by Supervisor and the score in the third column is marked by Associate Lecturer.
- Supervisor: T needs to rewrite his lesson plan and his creativity for his lesson. Please refer to the points mentioned above for improvement. Thanks!
- Associate Lecturer: N/A
I have only one session left and I know I have not improved much during the pace of 7 days from the last session to this session. What is going to happen tomorrow during my last session? We will see. 🙂 I accept what I have done, like the old say “You reap what you sow.” I hold my head high and believe in myself – I have done my best even the result is not the best result I want it to be.