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ED118  FORM #7:  IN-CLASS PRESENTATION OF  TEACHING Education in a Multicultural Society Name______________________________________ DUE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21   On the “Learning About Teaching” part of the Investigation project (posted on CTools), the assignment  states: 5.  You will make a 5-minute presentation about your teaching session in our class on Thursday,  February 20 This Form #7 provides the guidance for this presentation. You must bring the form to class on Thursday  where you will be assigned to a presentation group which will consist of about 10 students from our class  plus one instructor who will evaluate your presentation.   Please plan to speak for no more than 5 minutes .  Your presentation should follow this structure: a. A description of your learner and what you tried to do with him or her; b. What you think your learner learned and how you know; c. One or two things you learned about the work of teaching from your experience. Please be specific and concrete, and use examples as evidence to back up your statements.  If you want to  show something that your learner did, please enlarge it so that others in your can see it.  You might choose  to show something your learner wrote or recorded. If you want to play a short clip from your audiotape or  videotape, you certainly can do that, too, but please make sure that the media is audible. If it isn’t, you might  consider transcribing a short segment and reading from that.   This assignment is worth 6 points : Organization and clarity of structure 2 points
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