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- Please come to Fuzoku JHS by 8:25
- When you have finished your lesson, I would like you to stay at Fuzoku JHS and support your classmates as well as give feedback on the Lesson Study App.
- I might ask to comment on other students’ lessons using: http://pls.neted.com.au/etm/
II Revised Lesson Plans
- Submit your revised lesson plans by Monday, July 9.
III Lesson Study Application
IV Critical Incident Report
8:30 Meeting at Fuzoku JHS at 教生室.
8:50 – 9:40 1A, 2A, 3A
9:50 – 10:40 1B, 2B, 3B
10:50 – 11:40 1C, 2C, 3C
11:50 – 12:40 1D, 2D, 3D
Hand in CI Report by 7/19 during Frisbee or put it under JH’s door (Paper, double spaced)
Assignment: Write a critical Incident
A critical incident is a significant event that happened in class that affected your thinking about how English should be taught or learned. A critical incident can be positive, negative, or neutral. It also does not have to be a big event. It can be a routine event that, upon reflection, had a significant impact on you. Your report should be two pages and double spaced. It should contain the following sections:
Orientation (What did you plan to do?)
This should be one paragraph. Please summarize your class. This should include your goal and a very brief description of the activities you planned to do.
Complication (What happened?)
The complication is your critical incident (Something that affected your thinking about teaching or learning English). Describe 2 or more complications.
The complication should include:
1) A description of what happened.
2) An analysis of why the incident happened.
3) How you reacted to the situation
Significance (What impact did these incidents have on you?)
This is the most important part!!!
You can discuss any of the following:
- Explain how this incident effected your understanding about a theory or concept you learned in ETM 2 or ETM 3 +. Examples of theories or concepts are teaching grammar, approaches to language teaching (TBLT, CLT, PPP, CLIL, etc.), practice activities, exposure and focus on form, assessment, etc..
- Explain whether the incident led to a change in your teaching philosophy (See your EP).
- Explain how this experience changed your understanding about yourself as a teacher.
Please note: Take a look at http://pls.neted.com.au/etm/ to see the kind of comments you received about your classes!
V Ultimate Frisbee
We will play ultimate Frisbee starting at 10:00 AM and ending at 11:30 AM on July 18. Please wear your exercise clother and bring a lot of water. We will meet on the rugby grounds.