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FIELD STUDY 3

MICRO-TEACHING AND THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY

A JOURNAL
PRESENTED TO:
MR. KIRT ANTHONY R. DIAZ, Ph.D.

THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION


COR JESU COLLEGE

IN PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT
OF THEC REQUIREMEN FOR THE DEGREE
BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

BY:

JUBELLE B. CONCEPCION
FIELD STUDY 3

OCTOBER 2015
MICRO-TEACHING AND THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY

COR JESU COLLEGE

COLLEGE DEPARTMENT

JUBLLE B. CONCEPCION

OCTOBER 2015
BASIC EDUCATION ASSISTANCE FOR MINDANAO
PRE-SERVICE TEACHER TRAINING
EXTENDED SCHOOL EXPERIENCE

FIELD STUDY 3 MANUAL

Micro-teaching and the


Use of Technology
DEDICATION
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE

The Author--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- i
Dedication---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ii
Acknowledgement------------------------------------------------------------------------- iii

Rationale------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1

Expected Output ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pre-service Teachers
Department of Education (DepEd)

Schedule of Activities in FS 3 -----------------------------------------------------------

Digos City National High School (Vision, Mission and Goals) ---------------------

OBSERVATION SHEETS------------------------------------------------------------------

Observation Sheet 1: The Teacher and the learner


Observation Sheet 2: Checklist of Learning Resources in the School
Observation Sheet 3: Microteaching
Observation Sheet 4: Microteaching Planning Guide
Observation Sheet 5: Monitoring the Pre-service Teachers Microteaching

REFLECTIVE JOURNAL ENTRIES---------------------------------------------------

Journal Writing 1: Communication Skills


Journal Writing 2: On Microteaching 1 and 2
Journal Writing 3: Strategies Used in Microteaching 3
Journal Writing 4: Child-Friendliness in Teaching

PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO-----------------------------------------------------------

Daily Time Record


Microteaching Lesson Plan

REFERENCES----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PHOTO GALLERY-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

APPENDICES-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Appendix A : PST Microteaching Rating


Appendix B : Rubrics for Reflection/ Journal Entries
Appendix C : Rubrics for Student Teaching Entries
Rationale

Field Study 3 is a one unit course. It is the third stage of the sequential approach
of the extended practicum program. FS 3 links with the 6- unit Principles of Teaching I
and II in the professional studies. FS 3 gives the pre-service teachers the opportunity to
practice the child-friendly attitudes as they observed the applied principles, methods,
strategies, approaches to teaching, the art of questioning, and skills in responding to
questions. Indicators of effective teaching and learning shall be carefully observed.

It is expected that pre-service teachers will learn from their observations and can
practice these observations through the micro-teaching. Micro-teaching involves the PST
in working with small group of learners in three ways: tutorial teaching, remedial
teaching and enhancement teaching.

In the first mode of micro-teaching, the pre-service teacher provides tutoring


sessions under the guidance of the cooperating teacher. This is done with 1-3 learners per
teacher, while in the second mode, the remedial teaching is provided to 3-5 learners. The
final mode of the micro-teaching shall demonstrate a particular strategy in presenting a
lesson in enhancement teaching. A micro-teaching guide shall be prepared by the PST
with the guidance of the cooperating teachers. The PSTs are required to use technology
in preparation and delivery of instructional materials.

The micro-teaching activities may be conducted either during or outside regular


class hours but must be under the guidance of the Cooperating teacher.
ROLES
AND
RESPONSIBILITIES
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHER IN
FS3

The Pre-service Teacher shall:

1. Do and complete classroom observations found in FS 3 manual.


2. Notify the cooperating teacher and Practicum Supervisor in case of absences.
3. Respect the cooperating Teacher.
4. Be open to constructive criticisms and suggestions.
5. Accomplish the FS 3 portfolio which includes the following:
a. accomplished classroom observations ( based on FS 3 manual)
b. journal writing
c. copies of the micro-reaching plan
d. assessment results of micro-teaching ( tutorial, remedial and enhancement)
e. a copy of evaluation done by the cooperating teacher.

II. Department of Education (DepEd)


The School Division Superintendent (SDS) shall:
1. Review and subsequently approve request for cooperating schools;
2. Conduct orientation on student teaching with the TEIs inclusive of the Dean,
College Student Teaching Supervisor, and the School Principal/Head Teachers;
3. Approved Memorandum of Agreement between TEIs and DepEd.

The Cooperating Principal shall:


1. Identify exemplary cooperating teachers to handle the pre-service teachers micro-
teaching.
2. Conduct orientation for cooperating teachers on:
a. mentors roles and responsibilities
b. policies and regulations on field study
c. Expected activities and outcomes of FS3.
3. Conduct orientation for student observers on :
a. policies and regulations on field study
b. assignment of areas of responsibilities
c. expected activities and outcomes of FS 3
4. Coordinate with TEIs supervisor concerning the assignment of the pre-service
Teacher.
5. Provide trainings in the areas where they are assigned using the expertise of
Cooperating teachers/ resource persons.
6. Monitor and provide feedback on micro-teaching of pre-service teachers.
7. Debriefing at the end of FS 3.
The Site Coordinator shall:
1. Assist the principal and the cooperating teachers.
2. Monitor attendance and punctuality of cooperating teacher and student- observers.
3. Serve as a link among the student-teachers, principal, and TEI Practicum
Supervisors.
4. Help monitor feedback on performance.

The Cooperating Teacher shall:

1. Establish rapport with the Pre-service Teacher;


2. Read the content coverage of the FS 3 manual to be familiar with the areas /
aspects observed by the Pre-service teacher.
3. Assist the pre-service teacher in his/her classroom observations.
4. Provide the necessary information, class list, seat plan, to the pre-service teacher.
5. Assign pupils to student-teachers to do micro-teaching in a particular area.
6. Prepare a schedule of activities for micro-teaching (e.g. tutorial, remedial,
enhancement.)
7. Assist the pre-service teacher in his/her micro-teaching activities.
8. Observe, coach/ mentor and evaluate the micro-teaching performance of pre-
service teacher using the rubric for micro-teaching.
9. Keep a record of attendance, post conferences made with the pre-service teacher,
and result of micro-teaching.
10. Prepare required reports for the TEIs, and provide a copy to the Schools Division
Superintendent.
2. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF STAKEHOLDERS IN FS 3

I. Teacher Education Institution (TEI)

The Teacher Education Institution shall:

6. Determine the readiness and ability of the pre-service teacher to go on


observation and participation in the pre- identified cooperating school;
7. Request the provincial/ City Division Office to designate cooperating schools
in province/ city;
8. Initiate conferences with the School Division Superintendents ( SDS) in
selecting public and private cooperating schools;
9. Allocate a modest incentive to DepEd personnel involved in student teaching
as stipulated in the Memorandum of Agreement.

Dean of Teacher Education Program shall:

11. Designate Practicum Coordinator to over /coordinate the practicum program.


12. Assign Practicum Supervisor with 25-30 Pre-service Teacher (PSTs)
13. Allocate a most incentive to personnel in the DepEd involved in student
teaching as stipulated in the MOA.
14. Initiate conferences with the School Division Superintendents ( SDS) in
selecting public and private cooperating schools;
15. Assign a space for Practicum office and appoints an office staff.

Practicum Coordinator shall:

4. Monitor the teachers handling FS.


5. Supervise Practicum office staff.
6. Formulate policies and systems for the practicum.
7. Manage administrative matters such as preparation and signing of MOA.
8. Communicate with stakeholders and handle paper work with regard to
practicum program.
9. Coordinate with SDS in the selection of the cooperating schools.
10. Prepare and implement the MOA between the TEI and the Division Office.
11. Coordinate with the cooperating school head regarding the classroom
observation and micro-teaching activities.
The Practicum Supervisor shall:

8. Orient the pre-service teachers of their classroom observations and


micro-teaching.
9. Conduct regular evaluation of the classroom observations and micro-teaching
of pre-service teachers during post conferences.
10. Coordinate regularly with the cooperating principal/head/teacher regarding
performance of pre-service teachers.
11. Coordinate with the Professional Education Faculty regarding the needs of the
pre-service Teachers.
12. Conduct enhancement classes to respond to field experiences of Pre-service
Teachers.
13. Submit written reports to the Dean of Teacher Education Program regarding
the following:
a. Performs of pre-service teachers.
b. Difficulties/ problems met by them.
c. Actions taken to solve the problems
7. Complete a set of summative evaluation reports for each pre-service Teacher.
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES IN FS 3
Sessions Activities Site Time Frame

TOTAL
DIGOS CITY NATIONAL
HIGHSCHOOL

SCHOOL VISION:
SCHOOL MISIION:
The Digos City National High School
The Digos City National High School
shall produce, have produced who are
provides quality, effective and accessible
academically and technologically competent,
instruction relevant programs and activities
culturally sensitive, environmentally
that develop students to become well-rounded
responsible, physically fit and spiritually
and responsive to the needs of the society.
conscious imbued with moral values to make
them globally competitive

SCHOOL GOALS:
I. Curriculum Goal
To provide an enhanced curriculum of global standard that promotes and
develops the inherent talents and abilities of students through appropriate teaching
and learning program.
II. Learning Environment Goal
To develop a conducive teaching-learning environment where patriotism,
mutual respect, understanding, and acceptance are demonstrated among students,
teachers, parents and community.
III. Faculty/Staff Management and Development Goal
To implement relevant school management policies and practice towards
attaining efficient and effective administration, faculty/staff professional
development and sound decision-making.
IV. Resource Management
To develop resources accessing plans and allocates wisely the physical and
financial resource of the school in accordance with the needs of the students for
better learning.
V. Community Building Goal
To strengthen relationships, linkages and partnership with parents, alumni,
and other stakeholder based on shared trust and responsibility towards the society
and the environment.
Observation Sheet 1: The teacher and the Learner

Teacher Observed: Date: September 16, 2014


School: Time: 2:10-3:10PM
Class Observed: Building/Room No.
Subject:

Observation Guide:
10. Observe the cooperating teacher. Make a written response for discussion about
the following points: (Provide examples to support your comments.)

1. Which of the teachers personal traits seem to have a favorable effect on the
learning of the students?

____________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________

2. To make learning experiences vivid and direct, what media were used in
teaching?

_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________

3. Cite two specific teaching strategies that demonstrate active learning.

_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
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_________________________________________________________
4. The teachers questions should encourage higher order thinking skills
(HOTS). Cite two examples.

_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________

Observe the learners. Make a report covering the points in the following questions.

1. Describe four (4) observed talents and skills of the learners as demonstrated
in the class.

____________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________

2. Cite 3 different observations about how pupils presented their output.

____________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________

3. What percent of the learners were inclined to provide answers when


questioning techniques were used?

____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
Observation Sheet 2: Checklist of the Learning Resources

Teacher Observed: School: Digos City National High School


Direction: Check whether the following learning resources of the cooperating school
are available. Give a brief description of those that are available.

Learning Resources in Available Description Learning


the school Yes/ No Resources
observed to be
used in the
classroom

1. Library

2. Reading Center

3. Audio- Visual
Media

4. Media Center

5. Computer

6. Bulletin Board

7. Teaching Aids
Bank

8. Overhead
Projector
9. Laser Compact
Disc ( LCD)

10. Internet
Facilities

11. Flash Cards

12. Word Card

13. Pictures

14. Print outs

15. Activity Sheet

15. Music Room

16. Garden
17. Clinic
Observation Sheet 3: Micro-teaching

Teacher Observed: Date:


School: Digos City National High School Time:
Class Observed: Building/Room No.
Subject: English

Objective:

1. PSTs will observe Modes of Micro-teaching: Remedial, Tutorial and


Enhancement.

Observation Guide for the Pre-service Teacher:

A. Observe carefully the micro-teaching of the cooperating teacher and answer the
following questions:

1. How were the pupils/ students selected?

2. How was the class/group organized?

3. Describe the activity and the process used by the teacher?

4. What were the objectives of the Micro-teaching activity


.

5. How do you know that the pupils/students learned?


Observation Sheet 4: Micro-teaching Planning Guide

Teacher Observed: Date:


School: Digos City National High School Time:
Class Observed: Building/Room No.
Subject: English

Objectives:

1. Plan and implement a micro-teaching learning guide.


2. Develop micro-teaching skills under controlled conditions.

Activity

Ask the CT to assist you in preparing a Micro-teaching Plan. Use this checklist to assist
you.

ITEMS Yes No

1. Does your Microteaching Plan have:

a. Objectives
b. Subject Matter identified
c. Instructional materials listed
d. Learning activities sequenced
e. Activity proper developed
f. Wrap-up identified

2. Are your objectives stated in behavioral terms?

3. Are your activities learner-centered and interactive?

4. Does your plan include a section for reflections on


Microteaching sessions and by your Ct?
Observation Sheet 5: Monitoring the pre-service Teachers Micro-teaching
(To be completed by the CT)

Teacher Observed: Date:


School: Digos City National High School Time:
Class Observed: Building/Room No.
Subject: English

Objectives:

1. Observe the Micromanaging demonstration of the Pre-service Teachers


2. Evaluate the Micro-teaching process of the Pre-service Teacher.
3. Evaluate the appropriateness of the selected teaching materials used in the micro-
teaching lesson.

Observation Guide for the Cooperating Teacher:

Task 5

5.a Observe the three micro-teaching demonstrations of the pre-service


teacher and comment on the following:

1. Did the pre-service teacher attain his/her objectives in teaching his/her part?
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________

2. Was the time allocated for teaching sufficient? Comment if needed.

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________

Check the blank before the statement that demonstrates the PSTs
attainment of the following competencies in applying technology in teaching:

_____ a.) Prepares instructional devices that are appropriate to the learning
content.
.
_____ b.) Develops and uses materials involving students in meaningful tasks.

_____ c.) Selects teaching aids that suit the needs of the learners.
_____ d.) Uses appropriate audio-visual displays for learning tasks.

_____ e.) Evaluates the effectiveness of visual displays.

4. Cite strong points of the micro-teaching demonstrations.


________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________

5. Give recommendations to improve/enhance the micro-teaching process of the


demonstrations.
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________

5.b Self-evaluation of the pre-service teacher in the micro-teaching.


Reflect on your three Micro-teaching activities.

1. Cite evidence that you attained the objectives of the lessons.


________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________

2. Which of your three micro-teaching sessions was most effective? Why?


________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________

3. Did you utilize instructional materials appropriate to your microteaching lessons?


Comment if necessary.
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________
4. Cite strong, weak points and recommendations for improvement.
a. Strong Points
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________
b. Needs Improvement
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________
c. Recommendations for improvement
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________

Signed: PST _____________________________


Journal Writing 1: Communication Skills

A. After observing the communication skills of the teacher, what are the implications for
the teaching-learning situation?
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

B. After observing the communication skills of the teacher, what are the implications for
the teaching-learning situation?
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

C. After observing the communication skills of the teacher, what are the implications for
the teaching-learning situation?

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

Signed: JUBELLE B. CONCEPCION


Pre-Service Teacher
Journal Writing 2: On Micro teaching 1 and 2
(Tutorial and Remedial Teaching)

A. After conducting your first micro-teaching (demonstrations) what are your


realizations?

B. After being aware of your needs in the first micro-teaching. Cite two
improvements that you will apply to micro-teaching 2.

C. Cite instructional technologies used in micro teaching. Did it improve students


learning? How?

D. What should improve in your remedial teaching? How will you address these?
Journal Writing 3: Strategies Used in Micro teaching 3

A. Micro teaching 3 includes enhancement teaching. It demonstrates a practical strategy


in presenting a lesson.

What specific strategy did you apply? Describe it.


________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

B. What difficulties did you encounter? How did you address these? What
Insights have you gained from the experience?

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

C. Did the use of instructional technology improve your teaching strategies? If


Yes, how?

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
Journal Writing 4: Child-Friendliness in Teaching

A. As a micro-teacher, did you treat all children fairly with regard to the
following: (Provide evidence of this)

1. Gender
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

2. Preferred Learning Style


________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
.
3. Cultural Origin
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

4.Multiple Intelligence
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

5. Learning Ability
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

B. Cite 3 insights you have learned about becoming a child-friendly teacher.

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
COR JESU COLLEGE
Sacred Heart Avenue, Digos City
Province of Davao del Sur
Sunday College Division

Pre Service Teacher :


Cooperating School : Digos City National High School
Cooperating Teacher :

Field Study 3

DAILY TIME RECORD

Date Time Room No. Section


Month Day In Out

Total No. of Hours:

Certified correct:

__________________

Cooperating Teacher
Lesson Plan in English
Appendix B: Rubric for Reflection/ Journal Entries

Raters Assessment Tool

Performance
Level 5 4 3 2 1
Excellent Proficient Satisfactory Developing Improvement
Criteria

Reflection Presents Presents very Presents some Presents few Presents no


journal entry comprehensive clear description description of description description of
includes PSTs Description of of Worthwhile of Worthwhile
learning Worthwhile Worthwhile Experiences, Worthwhile Experiences,
experiences, Experiences, Experiences, Explains Experiences, Does not
judgments, Explains sound Explains sound sound Explains Explains sound
Performance Judgment on Judgment on Judgment on sound Judgment on
and other personal personal personal Judgment personal
insights Strengths and Strengths and Strengths and on personal Strengths and
Gained in the Weaknesses Weaknesses Weaknesses Strengths Weaknesses.
course. anchored on anchored on some anchored on and
many theories theories learned few theories Weaknesses.
learned. learned

5. Needs Improvement ( 75-79)


6. Developing ( 80-84)
7. Satisfactory ( 85-89)
8. Proficient ( 90-94)
9. Excellent ( 95-100)
Appendix C: Rubric for Student Teaching Portfolio

Performance Level
5 3 1
Criteria Excellent Good Poor

1. Components include All components are All components are Some components
Cover page (with name, title included and clearly included. are missing.
of unit, dates taught) table marked.
of contents, reference, list of
appendices.

2. Organization follows Organization follows Organization follows Organization does


the requirements. the the not follows
Requirements Requirements. the
correctly and Requirements.
completely.

3. Words processed Words processed, Words processed Words processed


Grammatically and edited and obviously With few With many
Mechanically correct. proofread. grammatical and grammatical and
mechanical errors. mechanical errors.

4. Neatness and Presentation Presentation Presentation


Creativity. demonstrates demonstrates Is
Neatness and Neatness and Neither neat nor
creativity in all creativity creative.
Areas and pages of To some extent.
The portfolio.

5. Completeness of Contents are all Some contents are Most contents are
Contents. completely filed missing and are missing and are
And submitted. disarranged. Disarranged.

6. Promptness Student portfolio is Student portfolio is Student portfolio is


( Working days ) submitted on time. submitted up to 2 submitted 3
days after the Days or a week after
deadline. the deadline of
Submission.
The Author