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How to write a review for a lesson

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Most often after attending an open lesson, teacher colleagues encounter the need for a review of this lesson.

It should reflect the impressions of the lesson, consistently analyze its components.

Instructions

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To write a review for a lesson is to writeReview for this lesson and assess the professionalism of the teacher. The competence of the teacher is manifested primarily in the ability to correctly plan the activities of students at each stage of the lesson, as well as in the use of a variety of methods and forms of learning, in an individual approach. This should be reflected in the review.

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First, write down the topic and the date of the lesson.

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Note how the beginning of the lesson began: whether the teacher was able to motivate students for productive activities, whether he clearly stated goals and objectives for children.

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Then it is necessary to characterize the form of verificationhomework. Appreciate unusual, interesting approaches in the verification of homework: mutual verification, self-assessment, evaluation of work on answers-keys.

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Write in the review as far as variedForms and methods used by the teacher during the lesson. For example, it is worth noting a differentiated approach to learning or integration. It is very important that the teacher is able to find an individual approach to each student and, if possible, correct his activities.

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Indicate whether the teacher was able to think throughLessons in such a way as to allow students to show their creativity, skill. The teacher should not forget to encourage children, thereby creating a favorable emotional environment in the classroom.

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The teacher's ability to organize research activities of students deserves high praise, using, for example, the method of projects.

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The teacher must clearly calculate the time,Necessary to complete the task at each stage, in order to be in time to draw conclusions, explain the assignment given at home, set the students' marks for the work in the lesson.

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Be sure to note in the reviews, whether a reflection was made at the end of the lesson, how the children themselves assessed their activities and the results achieved.

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Indicate how the board was framed, whichEquipment was used during the lesson. It is encouraged, for example, to work with an interactive whiteboard, view some video fragments, use different tables and cards with tasks, tests or notebooks with a printed base.

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At the end of the review, write down whether the lesson reached the goal, and what merit it deserves.

How to write a review for a lesson Was last modified: June 21st, 2017 By Seivaamm
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