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Field Study 3 Exploring the Curriculum Activity # 8 The Intention Target competency At the end of this activity, you

should have communicated clear learning goals that are appropriate for learners. Specific Tasks 1. Visit the school 2. Get a copy of the school vision, mission and the goals. 3. Analyze the vision, mission, and goals relative to the existing school. Copy below the vision and mission of your cooperating school Vision Iligan City National High School shall be the center of excellent basic education in Region X.

Mission The school continues to nurture and develop students to become highly competitive and valueoriented students with quality basic education and who will turn-out to be productive and responsible citizens of the community where they serve.

Based on the school mission and vision, what are the intended learning goals for the learners? The intended learning goals for the learners are stated in terms of what students will understand and what they will be able to do as a result of the lesson. Goals specify desired forms of student learning, thinking, engagement, and behavior. Whatever the instructors decide to do in the class will be considered in light of the goals.

Field Study 3 Exploring the Curriculum Activity # 9 The Intention Target Competency At the end of this activity, youre expected to develop, and use variety of appropriate assessment strategies to monitor and evaluate learning outcomes. Specific Task 1. Conduct classroom observation 2. Write down the learning objectives of the day. 3. Determine if the evaluation items given by resource teacher are congruent with the set of objectives. Request from your resource teacher the learning objectives and assessment strategies used for the day. Write them below: Subject matter: Components of physical fitness Learning objectives: Students will display an understanding of performance cues related to locomotion. Students will display an understanding of how locomotions performance cues are specifically related to swimming. Students will display an understanding of performance cues related to springs, rotations and landings. Assessment strategies:

Strategies for managing assessments in the everyday world of the physical educator Strategies for developing teacher-generated assessments based on the needs and interests of their own programs A comprehensive listing of the critical elements for basic nonlocomotor and locomotor skills

Request three (3) learning objectives from your resource teacher. Develop and use variety of appropriate assessment strategies congruent with the said learning objectives. Demonstrate characteristics that promote positive team play, leadership and a commitment to personal fitness. participate in the following sports and activities: aquatics, basketball, badminton, bocce, cardiovascular fitness, creative movement, cooperative games, muscle strength and endurance, personal health, soccer, table tennis, ultimate Frisbee and volleyball.

demonstrate growth and a developing competence in motor skills with strength, agility and control to accomplish a variety of tasks.

What is the appropriate assessment strategies used to monitor or evaluate learning?

Strategies for developing teacher-generated assessments based on the needs and interests of their own programs.

Field Study 3 Exploring the Curriculum Activity # 10 The Intention

Target Competency At the end of this activity, you should be able to describe a healthy psychological climate for learners. Specific Tasks 1. Choose a particular subject area and grade/ year level in a school to be visited. 2. Conduct classroom observation. Describe the learning environment in the class you observed. The classroom has the mini library where different books were arranged properly in an orderly manner. There were more than 40 students in the classroom, the arm chairs were arranged neatly and properly. They have a creative and very nice bulletin board and the list of honors were listed and posted in the wall.

Interview your resource teacher, how she\he created healthy psychology climate for learners before, during, and after the class.
1. have a genuine interest in your students 2. communicate classroom rules clearly 3. be objective, not judgmental 4. show that you are human 5. minimize the power differential in everyday communication 6. address problem behavior directly and immediately 7. adopt a collaborative approach

Field Study 3 Exploring the Curriculum Activity # 11 The Implementation Target Competencies At the end of this activity, you are expected to look the teachers actions that demonstrate value of learning. Specific Tasks 1. Examine resource/instructional materials in relation to the existing curriculum of the school. 2. Reflect on how resource materials support the implementation of the curriculum. After a thorough examination of textbook, workbooks, and other supplementary materials used in the class, select teaching methods, learning activities, and instructional materials appropriate to the learners and align them to the objectives of the lesson. Use the matrix below to document your finding. Learning objectives 1.demonstrate growth and a developing competence in motor skills with strength, agility and control to accomplish a Variety of tasks. 2.understand the elements of socially acceptable conflict resolution in physical activity settings and the benefits associated with cooperation, sharing and consideration. methods 1.Lecture with discussion Instructional material activities 1.powerpoint 1. think-pair-share presentation activity

2.brainstorming and small group discussion

2.textbooks and workbooks

2.cooperative learning activities and collaborative learning group

How are these resources related to the existing curriculum of the school? It helps a lot to the learning of the students. The students will be able to learn quicker. These resources will help the curriculum much easier and can catch the students attention and because of that, they can gain knowledge.

If you were the teacher, are other resources that you think are necessary to maximize learning? Enumerate them. None

Enumerate the teachers actions, statements, and different types of social interaction with the students that exemplify value of learning. The teacher will be initiating, responding, and keeping interactions going; greeting others and conversing on a variety of topics; giving and accepting compliments; taking turns and sharing; asking for help and helping others; and including others in activities. Results to that, students were monitored and given feedback on social performance in play groups and during follow-up.

Field Study 3 Exploring the Curriculum Activity # 12 The Implementation

Target Competency At the end of this activity, you are expected to demonstrate mastery of the subject matter.

Specific Tasks 1. Conduct Classroom observation 2. Interview the resource teacher how he/she masters the subject matter. Ask your resource teacher about the necessary activities and preparations to master the subject. The major role of teaching is enhancing student learning. Teachers were taught lecture methods and presentation styles. The teachers were the active participants in the classrooms while the students were the passive recipients of knowledge.

Request one learning objective from your resource teacher and list down your preparations to master the subject matter. The learner will participate in the following sports and activities: aquatics, basketball, badminton, cardiovascular fitness, creative movement, cooperative games, muscle strength and endurance, personal health, soccer, table tennis, ultimate Frisbee and volleyball, that promote positive team play, leadership and a commitment to personal fitness.

Field Study 3 Exploring the Curriculum Activity # 13 The Implementation

Target Competency At the end of this activity, you should be able to develop and use variety of appropriate assessment strategies to monitor and evaluate learning. Specific Tasks 1. Conduct a classroom observation. 2. Find out the assessment strategies to monitor ad evaluate learning.

Interview your resource teacher to list down the assessment strategies she/he used to evaluate learning outcomes of the learners. The teachers assessment strategies: Strategies for managing assessments in the everyday world of the physical educator. Strategies for developing teacher-generated assessments based on the needs and interests of their own programs. A comprehensive listing of the critical elements for basic non locomotors and loco motor skills. A wide variety of assessments strategies, such as video projects, student projects, and portfolios, which reflect the levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. Developmentally appropriate, culturally balanced visuals for children and nonreaders.

Develop and use variety of appropriate assessment strategies to monitor and evaluate learning in your subject or major of specialization. Enumeration your preferred strategies.

Physical educators can use to assess students' cognitive, psychomotor, and affective learning. All the sheets include teacher tips designed for implementation of the assessment strategies.