Description CLASSROOM OBSERVATION: WHAT SHOULD YOU SEE? Using the teaching strategies in the course text (Dean et al., 2012) as a guide, assume you are observing a teacher instructing a 60-minute lesson. You may use a lesson plan you have previously developed or one obtained from an outside source. The lesson should be in your specialized/trained subject area (e.g., high school social studies, middle school math, elementary classroom). It should be a lesson that would take about an hour to complete. Your assignment submission should include the following: Title page Objectives for the lesson What do you think the teacher would want students to learn? State standards addressed, if any Teaching strategies you might observe for the following categories: Forms of recognition Cooperative learning techniques Cues, questions, and advance organizers that should be included in the lesson Implementation of summarizing and note-taking Appropriate homework/practice for students Detailed explanation of lesson Include the expected teacher and student behavior relative to instruction Lesson closure How would the teacher determine if students have learned/met the objectives? APA-style citations and references An example of each of the research-based strategies selected Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research. Cite and reference your sources in APA style. Click here for information on course rubrics. REQUIRED STUDIES The following materials are required studies for this week. Complete these studies at the beginning of the week and save these weekly materials for future use. Classroom Instruction that Works (Dean, Hubbell, Pitler, & Stone, 2012) Chapter 2: Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition Chapter 3: Cooperative Learning Chapter 4: Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers Chapter 5: Nonlinguistic Representations Chapter 6: Summarizing and Note Taking Chapter 7: Assigning Homework and Providing Practice Chapter 9: Generating and Testing Hypotheses Read Incentivizing Attendance Should We Reward Kids for Coming to School? (Attendance Works, 2010) [Web page] View Superintendent’s Zone Schools • Essential Supports of Effective Schools – Draft v1 (Wieser, 2012) [Video] Recommended Studies Education Northwest. (n.d.). Creating strong schools and communities. Retrieved from http://educationnorthwest.org/
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