101 How to Write Reflections of Your Lesson

101 How to Write Reflections of Your Lesson - In retrospect...

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101: How to Write Reflections of Your Lesson Purpose : To write an honest self-assessment of your classroom performance Due : email within 48 hours following lesson delivery (while everything is still fresh on your mind!) Format : Formal heading and formal written response (2 typed pages) Directions : After re-reading your lesson plan and your CT’s evaluation, how satisfied are you with your performance? In your response, please address the following: First, recap, for your reader, the content and anecdotal process of lesson.
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Unformatted text preview: In retrospect, how well did you plan your time? (ie: did you over-plan or under-plan activities or time requirements?) What do you consider successful about your lesson? Be specific. What do you consider unsuccessful? Be specific. What exactly would you do differently? Be specific. How was your pacing? What techniques, if any, did you use to present your “teacher persona?” Any questions you have about future lessons...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2009 for the course UTL 101 taught by Professor Kieke during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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