Report on Classroom Observation

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REPORT on CLASS OBSERVATION

Introduction

Internship teaching is the culminating experience of the first degree program in education. It provides the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge on pedagogies in the actual classroom setting and gain the experience. The internees are exposed to an environment where they encounter learners for the first time and face them with multitude of ideas, approaches, techniques and processes. During the internship period I got ample opportunities to demonstrate the art of teaching in actual situation and participate in all activities at the school level.

The duration of internship was one semester. I tried to perform the assigned responsibilities in Azimpur Girl’s School and College under the direct
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So he asked the students to write down the important notes. He relates his lessen with real life. He told the students about he group of problems which had an equivalent solution and then worked out one or two from that group of problems. • Teaching materials: He used no other teaching material except the black board. • Learning environment: He learning environment was come and quite which was obvious for science lesson. But the environment was not fear free because of his way of punishment. • Use of teaching materials: Except the blackboard he did not use any other teaching material. • Use of black board: He used the blackboard neatly. His writings were legible and could be seen from even the last bench. He also did not stand parallel to the board making the students facing his back, but stand making angle with the board. But he did not look at the students while writing on the chalk board and the students took the advantage for side talking. Before going out of the class he wiped the board. • Students’ involvement and participation: Students’ involvement and participation is not very high. Moreover most of the participants the conventional good students. • Classroom questioning: After finishing a problem, he encouraged classroom questioning. But to arouse interest he did not asked any question to the students. • Punishment and reward: His quantity of rewards was less than the quantity of punishment. Moreover his way of punishment

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