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MENTOR FEEDBACK OBSERVATION REPORT

Participant’s name: Alexa Valencia


Institution: Karratha Senior High School
Name and signature of Mentor Teacher: Christopher Henley
Level of class: 7-8 Lesson focus: Collocations
Date: 02/11/2018 Time: 11:05-12:05pm
Lesson number: 6

NOTE: This lesson observation report provides a structure for observing, reporting and
commenting on a particular lesson taught by a participant. Teachers may follow their own report
format, while still paying attention to the aspects of teaching covered in the report below.

PREPARATION FOR TEACHING Not Developing Achieved


Achieved

Lesson plan completed in time for discussion and X


revision

Appropriate objectives/outcomes for level of X


class and stage of course

Content is appropriate X

Lesson has a language/skills focus X

Lesson plan is well structured X

Sequence is clear and appropriate X

Aids and materials appropriate and well X


organised

Lesson and materials appropriate for cultural X


background of learners

Comments: While the beginning activity was appropriate for most, some students were frustrated
with it, potentially putting them off of the lesson. The Kahoot was a good redeemer, and got them
back on board. Always good to trial these things to see a response.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS Not Developing Achieved


Achieved

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Gave clear instructions X

Encouraged and listened to learners X

Spoke with clear, pleasant voice X

Used appropriate questioning X

Made effective use of non-verbal communication X

Comments: This was a tricky warm-up to explain. You used concise instructions and the
students really benefited from the demonstration and practice round.

IMPLEMENTATION Not Developing Achieved


Achieved

Used appropriate introductory procedures X

Motivated learners X

Included interactive activities X

Appropriate ratio of student/teacher talk X

Grammar explanations clear and effective X

Effective transition between activities X

Used questioning and eliciting effectively, and X


responded positively to answers

Gave effective explanations (e.g. of vocabulary or X


new concepts)

Used appropriate correction techniques X

Used positive reinforcement X

Maintained effective pacing X

Pausing used effectively X

Recognised and provided for different learning X


styles and backgrounds

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Included effective, appropriate evaluation of X
student learning

Used appropriate closing procedures X

Comments: Good explanations, good use of the ppt as an aid.

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Not Developing Achieved


Achieved

Effective formation of pairs and groups N/A

Monitored group and pair work N/A

Teaching aids and equipment used effectively X

Appropriate use and organisation of whiteboard X

Developed positive rapport with students X

Managed real or potential problems satisfactorily X


Comments: Again, great work with Night and Noi. They are enjoying having you as their teacher.

Areas for improvement


Two or three areas for improvement for the next lesson(s):
Overall a good lesson, take some time to reflect on the activities done and how you would use
them in your future practice.

Grade for lesson Satisfactory

Satisfactory = Pass i.e. The participant has demonstrated a reasonable level of understanding and
ability in lesson preparation, communication skills, implementation and class management, has
incorporated and implemented effectively a language focus in her/his lessons, has shown
willingness or ability to implement suggestions for improvement, and has demonstrated the
capacity to reflect on her/his own teaching practice.

Unsatisfactory = Not Pass i.e. The participant has not demonstrated a reasonable level of
understanding and ability in these areas, and has demonstrated little or no willingness or ability to
implement suggestions for improvement over the Practicum period, as well as little or no capacity
to reflect on her/his own teaching practice.

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