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Peer Observation

Please ensure that the observer /‘critical friend’ has a copy of the lesson plan.
Peer Observation Number: 3
Date/Time: Name of Student Teacher to be observed:
21 October 2018 Hend Alyammahi.
From 8:00 to 8:50
Setting: Grade:
RAK Academy PYP. 4
Topic for the lesson: (part 2) Name of Observer/Critical Friend:
How does weathering, erosion and Maryam Alblooshi.
deposition shape the landforms.
Learning Outcomes:
The students will be able to observe and The students will be able to define and distinguish
record how water, ice, and wind affect the between the three processes (weathering,
sand if mountain they have created. erosion, and deposition).
Give example from mature of weathering
erosion, and deposition.

PEER OBSERVATION: AREA OF FOCUS: The student teacher wants to focus on questioning
and extending students answers.
Observed Strengths: Suggestions for further development:

Do a quick review about the previous lesson Choose students from the low ability group to
which was the part one of this lesson. come up and answer questions in the board.

Doing a classification activity that let students Move around the class while students are doing
be enthusiastic to learn. the activity.

Using pictures which allow students to draw

image in their brain about what each word Make sure that all students are answering the
means. correct worksheet.

Asking questions in high level of blooms Find a classroom strategy to avoid

taxonomy. misbehaving.

rephrase some questions

Make differentiation in levels in the activities.

Motivate students by saying good and perfect.

Let students who they are not rising their hand

answer the questions.
Provide clear examples.
Saying for students how many time is left which
allowed them to concentrate in the task.

Reflection (to be completed after discussion of Peer Review with colleague): I Feel now very
comfortable when I do peer observation because I have knowledge that students will listen to my
ideas and they know that I say these feedbacks to help them teach better than me. My colleague
feels relax and she is in her mood because when she sows me she said that your face brings
happiness. I feel free to tell my colleague about my feedbacks because I notice that she improved
her weakness and put her effort to let students achieve the learning objectives. My colleague was
interacting the way that I’m expected from her and she was saying what she did wrong or was not
worked well during the lesson. Also, she agrees to me feedbacks because she said I know that
you are saying that because you are caring about me. For the next lesson my start to move
around the class and that will help her to visualize which students are paying attention and who
are not. Finally, both of us feel that peer observation is valuable because it improves the
productivity of learning and improve teaching skills.

Please tick the boxes using the scale with 5 indicating the best possible performance
Professionalism 1 2 3 4 5
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Displays a high standard of professional behavior, which includes 
punctuality and readiness for the session.
Shows initiative and enthusiasm during the session. 

Promotes a positive learning environment & builds good rapport with 

the learners.
Comments or reasons for scoring above: She make a good lesson plan which each level have an
opportunity to practice during that lesson and students were engaged through questioning and the

Planning for Learning 1 2 3 4 5

 
Provides a lesson plan, which includes all the required information 
and has clear and explicit learning outcomes.
Shows a student-centered focus in the lesson plan. 

Incorporates differentiation through activities, questioning and/or 

learning styles.

Materials and resources for teaching are of high quality and 

appropriate to the level of the learner.
Formative and/or summative assessment activities are included in 
the plan.

Comments or reasons for scoring above: She makes differentiation in delivering the information for
instance, for the low level she give them simple meaning and simple examples. Also, she uses different
types of summative assessments which match students level of understanding.
Implementing and Managing Learning 1 2 3 4 5
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Uses accurate and appropriate language. 

Maintaining engagement – independence 

Ensures instructions, questions & explanations are clear, accurate & 

Uses effective questioning & elicitation (probe, praise, rephrase, 
redirect) techniques.

Establishes and maintains clear and consistent rules & routines. 

Maintains an appropriate pace to challenge and motivate the 


Uses a range of teaching strategies. 

Manages lesson time effectively. 

Comments or reasons for scoring above: The teacher have clear accent and clear voice which students
are able to hear her instructions carefully. She makes sure that students understand her questions very
well and she rephrase some questions to make them easier. Also, she mange her time effectively because
she was reminding the students how many time is left for the activity.

Monitoring and Assessment 1 2 3 4 5

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Monitors student progress effectively during the session. 

Provides ongoing feedback to students to enhance learning during 

the session.

Uses formative and summative assessment instruments such as 

checklists, grading scales, rubrics, tests and projects etc. to
evaluate students’ performance.
Comments or reasons for scoring above: She have to move around the class while students are
doing the activity to make sure that they are in the right way. She gives students oral feedback
about how they write their sentences. Also, she uses variety of formative assessment one for high,
one for medium and one for low level.

Please add specific comments about the student teacher’s observed strengths relative to
their area of focus during this session and identify areas in which you feel further
development is necessary.

Please share feedback immediately following the observation once the forms are

Feedback meeting date: October 21, 2018 Time: 8:00 to 9:20

Date: October 23, 2018

Date: October 23, 2018