Evaluation and Teaching Tefl Worksheet
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Joel Post 2010 Spring Contact Meeting TEAM TEACHING FLOW CHART Before the lesson Consult with your JTE (cross-cultural knowledge / awareness) What are the goals of the lesson? What should students be able to do? What are the constraints of the classroom (student level, class size, budget, learning disabled, behavioral problems, general atmosphere, past knowledge)? What are the roles of JTE / ALT? Planning the Activities (writing the lesson plan): textbook / school requirements Theoretical framework (TESL/TEFL, immersion, grammar translation, communicative approach and task-based learning, students as teachers) New Course of Study (MEXT approved general guidelines) 4 Component Areas (Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening + combinations) 7 Intelligences (are the activities stimulating for different types of learners?) What activities are best for the goal (group work, explanation, game, worksheet)? Creating the materials, A/V aids (maps, charts, printouts, videos, CD/MP3) During the lesson What teaching methods are you using (discussion, modeling, lecture, quiz)? Are JTE and ALT following planned roles? Do you need to re-evaluate? Are you fostering a communicative atmosphere? Are you using the target language? How is the pace of the class? Are you spending too much / little time on one activity? Behavior management / motivation (punishment and reward systems) Check for understanding (formal and informal evaluation / assessment methods) After the lesson Finding a chance to evaluate the lesson with the JTE (time management) What went well? What could be improved? Were both teachers satisfied? Were the students able to meet the goals? Did they know what was going on? Now it’s time to plan the next lesson!