MICRO-TEACHING LESSON CRITERIA

 

Each student is required to complete one micro-teaching lesson.  The micro-teaching lesson must meet or exceed the following requirements:

 

The micro-teaching lesson will…

 

  1. last 10 minutes +/-.

 

  1. involve the use of one piece of technology (Please bring this with you or let me know if you need something specific that you do not have access to.  If I can provide it for you, I will do so. Additionally, if you would like to have your presentation videotaped, please let me know in advance.  If so, you will need to supply one, new 8mm video cassette tape, preferably a SONY MP120)

 

  1. incorporate at least two different types of instruction          

 

  1. be presented to the entire class

 

  1. cover some element/topic within your specific teaching area.

 

  1. include two of the R301/LRC required projects (See attached list)

 

  1. have a concept map drawn up by the student teaching prior to the lesson (Follow the format found on p. 25 of our course text.

 

  1. have a lesson plan drawn up by the teacher prior to the lesson presentation (Follow the format found on pp. 44-45 of our course text).

 

  1. have a self-evaluation of the lesson presented completed by the teacher (This is to be typed, a minimum of one page, with one inch margins, using 12 pt font size, the preferred font style is Times New Roman, and it must be double spaced.  Also, be sure to have the following typed in the upper right hand corner:)

 

                        Type Your Name

                        IUSB/Gen. Methods/SP07

                        Micro-Teaching Self-Evaluation

                        Prof. J. Kubaszyk

 

            This paper is to include some of the feedback you receive from the observing classmates.

 

J.    be reflected upon by the observing students (Each presenting student will need to supply each of the observing students with a 4"x 6" note card, lined or blank, on which the observing student can comment on the following:

 

                        Positive aspects of the lesson presented

                        Thing to consider that were observed

                        Additional thoughts

 

These are to be collected by the presenting teacher at the end of the class period and included as part of his/her self-evaluation paper.  ALL COMMENTS WRITTEN ON THESE CARDS ARE TO BE PROFESSIONAL IN NATURE AND RELATE TO THE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF THE LESSON PRESENTED AND TEACHER'S PERFORMANCE.  INAPPROPRIATE COMMENTS AND THOSE NOT ADHERING TO THE AFOREMENTIONED CRITERIA WILL RESULT IN A REDUCTION OF THE OFFENDING STUDENT'S MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION GRADE. STUDENTS RECEIVING CARDS WITH INAPPROPRIATE FEEDBACK ARE TO NOTIFY THE   INSTRUCTOR.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

 

ITEMS HIGHLIGHTED IN RED ARE TO BE TURNED INTO THE INSTRUCTOR AFTER THE MICRO-TEACHING LESSON IS PRESENTED.  THESE INCLUDE ITEMS F, G, AND H.

 

THE SELF-EVALUATION PAPER, ITEM I, IS TO BE E-MAILED TO THE INSTRUCTOR BY NOON ON THE MONDAY FOLLOWING YOUR MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION.  THIS NEEDS TO SENT AS AN ATTACHMENT IN AN MS WORD FORMAT PLEASE.

 

ORDER OF PRESENTATION WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE INSTRUCTOR.

 

 

GRADING RUBRIC FOR MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION:

 

A.        10% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE

 

B.        10% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE

           

C.        10% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE

 

D.        10% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE

 

E.         10% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE

 

F.         10% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE

 

G.        10% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE

 

H.        10% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE

 

I.          10% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE

 

J.         5% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE FOR PROVIDING THE REQUIRED MATERIALS.

 

            5% OF MICRO-TEACHING LESSON PRESENTATION FINAL GRADE FOR PROVIDING PROFESSIONAL COMMENTS PER THE GUIDELINES       

            LISTED IN ITEM J.

 

 

The R301 are graded satisfactory or fail (S/F). Students demonstrate satisfactory mastery of required equipment through projects. Completed work must be neat, accurate, and technically correct. Students must have a satisfactory on each sample project and each microteaching project to pass.

 

R301 Required Projects: