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Teacher Observed: Mrs. Lea Aguilar Date: March 08, 2012

School: Bacolor Elementary School

Activity Sheet No. 10

Target Competencies

At the end of this activity, you should be able to:

1. Determine, understand, and accept the learners’ diverse background and experiences; and

2. Identify and analyze the factors to be considered in the selection of learning experiences, instructional materials, and assessment tools.

1. Observe a class.2. Identify the lesson objectives, learning activities, instructional materials, and

assessment tools employed by the teacher.

Accomplish the matrix below.

Subject Matter Lesson Objectives Learning Activities

Assessment tools

a. Topic: Measuring mass using non standard units

b. References: Math 2000Pages: 261-262

c. Materials: Textbooks, Notebook, paper clips, crayons

d. Value: cooperation

Discuss the non-standard units used in measuring mass

Present or show the class the improvised skills balance

Quiz. Identify the different non-standard units.

Interview your resource teacher to find out the reason behind the use of the observed learning activities and instructional materials. Write your reflections on the interview.

The resource teacher used the mentioned learning activity and instructional materials because she observed that the learners learn best with those instructional materials. Students learn best when they see things and when the teacher demonstrate the lesson very well, they can easily understand what the she discussed.

Manabat, Niña M.

_____________________________

Field Study Student

Teacher Observed: Mrs Janet M. Torres Date: March 08, 2012

School: Bacolor Elementary School

Activity Sheet No. 10

Target Competencies

At the end of this activity, you should be able to:

1. Determine, understand, and accept the learners’ diverse background and experiences; and

2. Identify and analyze the factors to be considered in the selection of learning experiences, instructional materials, and assessment tools.

1. Observe a class.2. Identify the lesson objectives, learning activities, instructional materials, and

assessment tools employed by the teacher.

Accomplish the matrix below.

Subject Matter Lesson Objectives

Learning Activities

Assessment tools

a. Topic: Rhyming Wordsb. Reference: Fun in

English 2By: Carla A. Cruz

c. Materials: Chalkboard, pen , paper

d. Value: Cooperation

Identify words that rhyme.

Let The pupils sing “one, two, three, four, five I caught alive”

Instruct the pupils to identify which words rhyme. Ex: away-day

Interview your resource teacher to find out the reason behind the use of the observed learning activities and instructional materials. Write your reflections on the interview.

The teacher gave a motivation first before executing the lesson. She stated that learners should be motivated before the lesson so they can be in the condition to listen to the discussion until it is finished. Giving a motivation to the learners is also a good strategy so that they will not get bored in listening to the discussion.

Manabat, Niña M.

_____________________________

Field Study Student

Teacher Observed: Mrs. Maricar B. Pineda Date: March 08, 2012

School: Bacolor Elementary School

Activity Sheet No. 10

Target Competencies

At the end of this activity, you should have:

1. Determined, understood, and accepted the learners’ diverse background and experiences; and

2. Identified and analyzed the factors to be considered in the selection of learning experiences, instructional materials, and assessment tools.

1. Observe a class.2. Identify the lesson objectives, learning activities, instructional materials, and

assessment tools employed by the teacher.

Accomplish the matrix below.

Subject Matter Lesson Objectives

Learning Activities Assessment tools

a. Topic: Word Problemsb. Reference: Mathematics III

By: Rosalyn CastroPages 75-76

c. Materials: Textbook, chalkboard

d. Value: Confidence in solving word problem

Analyzing word problems

Present word problems and ask the learners to transform the word problems into number sentences.

Seatwork. Working on word problems

Request your resource teacher to recommend a learner who needs help or assistance in a specific concept or skill. Develop alternative instructional planning for the learner.

Name of Learner: John Paul C. DayritConcept/Skill where the learner finds difficulty: Analyzing Mathematics Operations with 3 and more digits.Alternative Instructional Planning: The teacher can apply some strategies or techniques so that the learners can understand the lesson even how hard it is. For example she can encourage the learner to answer some activities regarding on the topic that the learner finds difficulty, provide a lot of examples to the learner until he already understand the lesson and by giving him something as a reward to make him motivated in understanding the lesson.

Manabat, Niña M.

_____________________________

Field Study Student

Teacher Observed: Mrs. Marie M. Bondoc Date: March 08, 2012

School: Bacolor Elementary School

Activity Sheet No. 10

Target Competencies

At the end of this activity, you should have:

1. Determined, understood, and accepted the learners’ diverse background and experiences; and

2. Identified and analyzed the factors to be considered in the selection of learning experiences, instructional materials, and assessment tools.

1. Observe a class.2. Identify the lesson objectives, learning activities, instructional materials, and

assessment tools employed by the teacher.

Accomplish the matrix below.

Subject Matter Lesson Objectives Learning Activities Assessment tools

a. Topic: Parts of A Triangle

b. Reference: BEC-PELCc. Materials: Textbook,

cut outs of triangles, protractor

d. Value: Orderliness in doing an activity

Identifying the parts of a triangle Present a big cut

out of a triangle. Present the different drawings of triangles on the board according to their size.

Draw the right and acute triangles on a sheet of paper.

Request your resource teacher to recommend a learner who needs help or assistance in a specific concept or skill. Develop alternative instructional planning for the learner.

Name of Learner: Michael L. FajardoConcept/Skill where the learner finds difficulty: Poor reading comprehensionAlternative Instructional Planning: The teacher can encourage the learner to have a tutorial sessions so that when he go to school he will be ready and be able to participate properly to the discussion.

Manabat, Niña M.

_____________________________

Field Study Student

Teacher Observed: Ms. Liezel Patawaran Date: March 08, 2012

School: Bacolor Elementary School

Activity Sheet No. 10

Target Competencies

At the end of this activity, you are expected to:

1. Determine, understand, and accept the learners’ diverse background and experiences; and

2. Identify and analyze the factors to be considered in the selection of learning experiences, instructional materials, and assessment tools.

1. Observe a class.2. Identify the lesson objectives, learning activities, instructional materials, and

assessment tools employed by the teacher.

Accomplish the matrix below.

Subject Matter Lesson Objectives

Learning Activities

Assessment tools

a. Topic: Members of the Solar System

b. Reference: Science and Health 5, ModuleBy: Jessie Villegas, Celia NacpilPages 100-105

c. Materials: Miniature solar system, chalkboard, textbook

Identify the members of the solar system

Show a diagram of the different members of the solar system. Let the pupils name the different members of the solar system

Quiz. Identify the members of the solar system that are asked.

d. : appreciate God’s creation

Based on the alternative instructional planning for a specific learner, develop appropriate assessment strategies to monitor and evaluate his/her learning.

Assessment Strategies

A key concept in alternative assessment is having the student learn to recognize his/her own progress by taking the time to reflect. Those who are able to review their own performance, explain the reasons for choosing the processes they used, and identify the next step, develop insight and self-involvement. Self-reflection, an important concept in any form of assessment, is a particularly important component of a student portfolio.

Manabat, Niña M.

_____________________________

Field Study Student

Teacher Observed: Mrs. Editha D. Dabu Date: March 08, 2012

School: Bacolor Elementary School

Activity Sheet No. 10

Target Competencies

At the end of this activity, you are expected to:

1. Determine, understand, and accept the learners’ diverse background and experiences; and

2. Identify and analyze the factors to be considered in the selection of learning experiences, instructional materials, and assessment tools.

1. Observe a class.2. Identify the lesson objectives, learning activities, instructional materials, and

assessment tools employed by the teacher.

Accomplish the matrix below.

Subject Matter Lesson Objectives

Learning Activities

Assessment tools

a. Topic: Energyb. Reference: Explore

and Discover 6Pages 1-7

c. Materials: marble chips, sulfuric acid, dry cell

Identify energy and its uses.

Discuss the meaning of energy. Let the pupils give examples of the uses of energy.

Seat work. Write true if the statement is correct and F if it is not.

d. Appreciate the uses of energy

Based on the alternative instructional planning for a specific learner, develop appropriate assessment strategies to monitor and evaluate his/her learning.

Assessment Strategies

A demonstration transforms ideas into something concrete and observable through visual, audio, art, drama, movement, and/or music. This could also include opportunities to demonstrate and explain procedures and strategies such as a science experiment or a solution to a non-routine math problem.

Manabat, Niña M.

_____________________________

Field Study Student

Republic of the Philippines

Commission on Higher Education

Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University

Bacolor, Pampanga

Field Study 2

Submitted by:

Manabat, Niña M.

Submitted to:

Mrs. Belisa Y. Bognot

Acknowledgement…

I would have not finished this study without the support of my family who has always been there whenever I need them, the encouragement they give to keep me going and their love to empower me that never fails all the time.

To my group mates and friends who helped me in researching on different fields concerning this study.

To our professor Mrs. Belisa Y. Bognot who shared his knowledge in doing this study.

To the principal, teachers and students of Bacolor Elementary School for sharing their valuable time and for giving me helpful informations to finish this study.

And a greatest glory to our Heavenly Father. He who always look up and secure the safety of the preparations in doing this study and for being my source of strength.

I sincerely acknowledge and give thanks to the persons mentioned above who brought the success of doing this field study. I am grateful for this wonderful accomplishment.

To God be the glory…….

Personal Data

Name: Manabat, Niña M.

Nickname: Niña

Home Address: #122 Purok 3 Sta. Catalina Minalin, Pampanga

Date of birth: January 2, 1994

Parents: Mr. Noli Manabat and Mrs. Concepcion Manabat

Siblings: Neil Manabat and Clarence Manabat

Civil Status: Single

Religion: Catholic

College: Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University

Course: Bachelor of Elementary Education

Motto in life: “Live today, die tomorrow.”

Reflection…

In this field study I have learned how to become an effective teacher. A lot of strategies and techniques are shown in my visit to the school I observed. As a future educator all this experiences and knowledge I’ve gained will help me a lot in practicing my own profession in the near future. I’ve also known the different characteristics of the learners and appreciate them as what they are as a children. Because of this study I am now motivated to face the challenges that I may encounter in the near future that God will give me as I work on my profession being a teacher. In this study I’ve also observed how hard being a teacher is, it’s not only about the lesson that you impart to the learners but it’s also about the values that you share to them and make them feel how to be appreciated and loved being their second parent. For this reason, it reinforces me to study well and made me inspired to be a future educator.

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