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FS Name ____________________________________________________________ Course & Block ________________________ Resource Teacher _______________________________________________ Signature _______________________________ Date of Observation : Day 1 __________________________________ Time __________________________________ Day 2 __________________________________ Time __________________________________ Day 3 __________________________________ Time __________________________________ Level of Learning Outcome- Cognitive (Bloom) Learning Outcome / Lesson Objective from Teacher’s Lesson Plan (Write lesson objective in the appropriate level outcome Assessment Task (Evaluation from Teacher’s Lesson Plan (Write it in the appropriate level outcome) Is the level of assessment aligned to the level of the objective? Yes No Remembering To write numbers in to words through millions. Solve this problem. 1. 4, 657, 080 2. 6, 678, 000 3. 4, 980, 014 4. 6, 734, 001 Comprehending To explain the difference between ascending and descending orders. 1. Does ascending and descending orders are similar? Why or why not. Applying To solve worded problem involving similar fractions Solve this problem. 1. Your sister ate 1/3 of the pizza. You ate also 1/3 of the pizza. What part of the pizza did the two of you eat? Analyzing To show different ways of solving linear system. 3x + 4y = 12 12x + y = 6 1. Using Elimination, Substitution and Cramer’s Rule, solve the given equation. Evaluating To differentiate the properties of equalities. 1. Differentiate the Properties of Equalities. Corpuz, Brenda. Field Study 5 Learning Assessment Strategies . (LORIMAR Publishing, Inc., 2015), 49-62. C AMARINES N ORTE S TATE 5 ASSESSING LEARNING IN DIFFERENT LEVELS FIELD STUDY LEARNING ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES Episode 4

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FS Creating To create real life situation about similar fraction. 1. Create real life situation about similar fraction. Kendall’s and Marzano’s New Taxonomy Level of Learning Outcome Resource Teacher’s Learning Outcome /Lesson Objective Resource Teacher’s Assessment Task Retrieval (recalling, recognizing) To define what are the undefined terms in Geometry. 1. Define what are the undefined terms. Comprehension To understand the steps in solving difference of integers Analysis To analyze the difference between similar, improper, and mixed fraction Knowledge Utilization (investigating, experimenting, problem solving , decision-making) To discover new ways in solving linear equation. Metacognitive System (Students set learning goals, monitor their learning) Give proofs that the metacognitive and self-system were touched in the teaching-learning The teacher monitors the learning of the students. She checked the assignments and works of them if there is. The students have a journal to write if there have an assignments and projects in different subjects. Self-system (Students examine importance of subject, examine self- motivation, interest and efficacy) The teacher gives different real-life scenarios that is related to the discussion. Also, she gives different activities that motivates and can caught the attention of the students. Corpuz, Brenda. Field Study 5 Learning Assessment Strategies . (LORIMAR Publishing, Inc., 2015), 49-62.

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