Sunteți pe pagina 1din 3

MCT Lesson Observation

Student teacher’s name: Fatima Unit/Lesson: Sound and letter ‘n’

Grade Level: KG2 Date: 29 October 2017

Competency Area






(E = Excellent, G = Good, S = Satisfactory, M = Marginal, U = Unsatisfactory)





Planning for learning (Includes knowledge & understanding of content)




Implementing and Managing Learning (Includes behavior management, language and delivery)




Monitoring, Assessment and Evaluation




Critical Reflection




Strengths of the lesson:

Nice calm start to the lesson and introduction of the theme

Good reminder to raise their hands

Better classroom management

More focused class

Good scaffolding and monitoring

Good positive feedback

Children well behaved and engaged in the activities

Good variety of resources and activities

Good eye contact and body language

Nice class overall

Areas for development:

Could you have done more with the video? How about stopping it and ‘teaching’ the new words?

You still need to be a bit more animated and enthusiastic in your interactions with the children better but still some progress to make


How about using the tidy up song when you want the children to move back to the carpet?

See areas highlighted in blue below

MCT and MST Placement Feedback Form Semester 7

Student Name: Fatima MCT: Dr Pauline

School: Al Hisn Government School Date: 29 October 2017

Commitment to the Profession

Students demonstrate consistent attendance and punctuality


Students accept and respect school based authority structures, and complete reasonable request from school MST and leadership

Students are prepared and ready for each lesson

Students actively participate in a range of school activities


Students build positive relationships with a range of stakeholders across the school community

Students accept responsibility for resolving work based problems with a growing level of independence

Students demonstrate a positive attitude towards teaching and learning


Comments: These are all required for your lessons

Directions: The MCT and MST will use this to formally observe your teaching, offering you feedback based on the selected competencies for this Semester.

Planning for Learning

Completed lesson plan for every lesson, printed and available to MST and MCT upon request


Ensure lesson plans have sufficient detail to secure effective delivery

Lesson plans are linked to long range and unit plans only EYFS to develop

Learning objectives are testable and directly linked to curriculum outcomes


Lesson plans have clear assessment which includes formative and/or summative activities


Lesson plans are balanced securing lessons which are engaging, effective and student centered


Differentiation has been incorporated into lesson plans where appropriate and needed



Much better, more detailed lesson plan.

Managing Learning

Uses cooperative learning as part of their learning environment

Uses appropriate classroom management strategies to secure a safe and effective learning environment

Establishes and manages classroom routines and transitions


No real problems in this area but keep observing your MST to use her strategies and routines


Implementing Learning

Implement strategies which continually motivate and maintain an effective classroom presence


Include a range of student centered activities in the lesson

Presents material which is accurate, meaningful and accessible to support student engagement and learning

Sequences learning experiences logically

Lessons are paced to ensure students are appropriately engaged and challenged

Instructions are given at appropriate times within a lesson and are clear and concise

Appropriately uses a variety of questions that fit appropriately within the lesson context

Implements differentiated instruction to lessons taught



No problems in this area all well accomplished.



Student are monitoring purposively in relation to learning and behavior

Utilize a range of effective formative assessment strategies to gauge student progress

Implement valid and reliable summative assessment strategies where appropriate

Students have organized a system to effectively record student data and information

Constructive feedback is provided to students in a timely and appropriate manner

Assessment data is used to inform planning and instruction



This is the focus of your teaching practice this semester so you need to show this to me in class on Thursday.

Reflection on Practice

Reflect on wider educational matters such as ethics, morals, culture, historical contexts and how these

impact student learning leading to change of practice


Reflect on student learning


Reflect on their own practice leading to improvement of practice


Reflections are conducted and recorded consistently and are accessible to the MST and MCT


You should be including the areas highlighted in your reflections for Year 4 or your research