FeedBack for today’s lesson

Thanks for all the comments.

I know that I am really nervous. I think that I prepare well, but I just couldn’t control my nerve. I know there are still lots things for me to improve and learn, especially for the time managing, and activity arranging, and of course, the pronounciation. I will push myself, and keep improving, and hope that I will be better and better in the future.

I am looking forward to the teacher micro teaching exam this sunday in LeeShan Senior High.

 🙂 🙂 🙂

Microteaching Feedback Form


Teacher: Oscar


    Date:  2008. 6. 10       






Teaching materials: San-min Book 2 Unit 11


How did the teacher start the lesson? Did the teacher state the intended lesson objectives clearly? Did the teacher keep students informed of lesson procedures and activities in the beginning?



Remind students of the materials/textbooks they should have

Warm-up activity: Pray and think about environment/nature (brainstorm and Q&A)

Review the main idea of the lesson

Preview the reading



List of main learning activities in the time order. Identify the sequence (sub-activities) and mark the patterns of interaction in each learning activity.


¨          Sequencing (such as presentation, practice, production or pre-reading, while- reading, post reading)

Warm-up, preview the lesson, worksheet I (summary of the story, individual/pair), Worksheet II (pattern exercises, individual/pair), Activity III (paint the earth)

¨          Patterns of interaction (teacher-led /individual work / pair work / group work)
The lesson is a mix of teacher-led and student-centered approach, although the teacher tries to involved students in discussions.

¨         Pacing: time allocated to each learning activity; time management
The lesson goes smoothly.


How did the teacher end the lesson? Was there any evaluation of the lesson? Did the teacher give any summary of the lesson or assignment to the students?

Giving assignment in the end

Announcing the learning activities in the next session.

Feedback Qs

1.          Do you think the extra activity necessary?

2.          How do you find my micro-teaching? Is there anything I can do to improve it?


1.      Mind the pronunciation of the word “Character”

2.      I don’t quite follow the first activity in the warm-up part (protect environment: sympathy, consideration and cherishing)? Where does the idea come from? Is it a review activity?

3.      If I were you, I would use a map/chart and ask the students to look for the information on their own and fill in the information individually before guiding them to find what the story is about.

4.      When using the board, you might need to have a “map” in mind so as to keep the information organized.

5.      Pause a bit longer when you assign work to students. It all goes too fast.

6.      It’s very good that you always interact with students, giving them questions to think about.

7.      It’s good you integrate a previously-learned sentence pattern into the exercises in Worksheet II.

8.      The questions for “Painting Time” should be “What will the earth be like in 10 years.”



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