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PHED 239 High School Module Teaching Reflection Template DIRECTIONS: Include the following information to help you

u organize your reflection paper into the different sections/paragraphs. A. Teaching Behaviors: For each teaching behavior, reflect on what went well AND what needs improvement AND why. You are NOT reiterating what you taught! 1. Planning/Preparation 2. Lesson Content 3. Transition/Classroom Management 4. Content Delivery 5. Feedback given by you to the Students 6. Feedback you received from Cooperating Teacher B. Final paragraph - discuss what was/were the most important thing(s) that you learned while teaching today. FORMAT: Top of first page should include the following information. Your name Date of lesson taught / lab day Lesson # (1/4) Lesson focus Name of cooperating teacher Name of high school Submit reflections via google drive one (1) day after your teaching episode. Remember to use correct grammar, spelling & punctuation deduct .25 for each mistake. If after the first reflection there are significant grammatical mistakes, you will be required to seek assistance from the Writing Center prior to submitting all future reflection papers - - documentation required - submit maximum of three (3) days after teaching episode! Ryan Boddie 12/4/13- Tuesday

Lesson 3 of 4 Mat Ball Coach Podwarski Agawam High School 1. Planning/Preparation On this lesson, I think that the idea to play a great game like mat ball right before break was a great thought. If I were to do this lesson again, then I would need to make sure that I plan the rules better so that the students understand. This will allow the students more OTRs. 2. Lesson Content Overall the content was right where it needed to be in terms of the difficulty for the students because they were able to do what I asked of them without any trouble but they just had a little trouble understanding the directions. One thing that I would need to fix is to make sure that I try to make it even simpler for the students so that it is not so much information at one time because the students did not really grasp the concept of three teams. 3. Transition/Classroom Management This week the transition the only transitions that occurred were from fielding team to hitting team and vis versa. I made sure that I told the students what direction I wanted them to go in before I let them start playing. One thing that I would need to work on for next week is just making sure that the students understand what they are supposed to do and when they are supposed to do it. 4. Content Delivery In my second lesson, I delivered my content better than in the first because I needed to make sure the students understand what everything that I was saying means. For instance, i needed to make sure that the students knew what team they were on so the second class got three different colored pinnies (red, yellow, and blue). I made the adjustments for the second lesson because the first class started as 3 teams and by the end there were 2 teams. One thing I definitely need to work on is explaining the rules a lot better and to make sure I addressed the safety hazards that could be a problem for the students. 5. Feedback given by you to the Students

This is one of my strongest aspects while I am teaching. During my lessons, I am constantly giving feedback to every student that participated. This week my feedback was a little week because of the type of game that was being played. One thing that will come with practice is while giving feedback I need to keep my back to the wall instead at the students. I had my back to some of the students that were in the field because I was the pitcher. 6. Feedback you received from Cooperating Teacher Coach Podwerski says that hands down, feedback is my strongest aspect as a teacher because you are constantly giving it to every person. Coach Podwerski believes that as a teacher You need to be confident in the rules that you are stating and make sure that you stick to the rules. Also, enforce the rules throughout the game and talk about strategies at all points of the lesson, not just during the closure. The most important thing that I learned from teaching today is that I need to make sure I enforce the rules throughout the whole game and not just during closure. Also, the major thing that I need to focus on is my ability to plan. I need to step up my planning and think of ways to split up the teams like I did the second class, this way the students get as many OTRs as possible.