ALSO, recall that you are required to hand in a formal lesson plan according to the provided rubric (by the time you teach your lesson).
The first round of Spring microteaching calls for you to submit either a written or electronic lesson plan (via email) before you teach. The lesson plan doesn’t need to follow a specific predetermined format, but it must include:
1. A RATIONALE
2. PRACTICAL GOALS/OUTCOMES
3. MATERIALS REQUIRED
4. CONTENT STANDARDS MET
5. SPECIFIC PROCEDURES
Again, feel free to utilize this Common Teaching Strategies document to give you ideas.
AND, here is your 408 Microteaching Rubric: note what will be expected of your content knowledge, skills, and professionalism and plan accordingly!
Welcome back y’all!
If you have a chance, please look this syllabus over before class; we’ll be discussing it tomorrow. Our first day back should help us look ahead, reset our course, and catch up… You’ll even have the opportunity to select a micro teaching topic. Further, look over the senior-year-final-exam_rubric that was used last year & will be used this year for your final exam microteaching.
*Please note that these dates tentative:
Our takeaways after our first round of micro-teaching: