Reflection About Lesson Plan

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IX. Professional Reflection – added after lesson is taught Your reflection should include, but not be limited to, thoughtful answers to each of the following: 1.Were the instructional objectives met? How do I know the students learned what was intended? The instructional objectives of my reading lesson plan were met. I know that the students in my class learned what I need them to learn from my reading lesson. The students learned what was intended and I was able to measure this based on my assessment and evaluation that I gave. 2.Were the students productively engaged? How do I know? The students were productively engaged during the lesson plan and learning process. Furthermore, I know that the students were productively engaged based on the comments and questions that they said during the lesson. During the lesson the students were excited about the group work and reading materials. 3.Did I alter my instructional plan as I taught the lesson? Why? During my lesson, I did have to alter my instructional plan as I taught the lesson. Therefore, the reason that I had to change my instructional plan was because, my students needed for me to model the lesson concept more than I had planned. Furthermore, the students were able to effectively complete their individual work after I added additional time to model for them how to find the main idea of a piece of text.…show more content…
I know that the students in my class learned what I need them to learn from my writing lesson. Furthermore, the students learned what was intended and stated in the objectives. I was able to measure the student’s understanding using a rubric, the quality of the student’s writing, and from my small group observations. 2.Were the students productively engaged? How do I know? The students were effectively engaged during the lesson plan and learning process. Furthermore, I know that the students were productively engaged based on the comments and questions that they said during the lesson. During the lesson the students were excited about the group work and the writing process. 3.Did I alter my instructional plan as I taught the lesson? Why? During my lesson, I did have to alter my instructional plan as I taught the writing process lesson. Therefore, the reason that I had to change my instructional plan was because, my students needed for me to model the lesson concept more than I had planned. Furthermore, the students were able to effectively complete their individual writing assignment after I added additional time to model for them each step of the writing

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