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1Scales of Evaluation.pptx

  1. 1. Teacher’s competences
  2. 2. competences I. Professional competence. II.Disciplinary competence. III.Pedagogical competence. IV.Didactic competence. V.Topical and cultural competence.
  3. 3. I. ProfessionalCompetence  (Teaching Documents) 1. Log book 2. Diary book 3. Grading book 4. Training book 5. Portfolio 6. Programme (achievement)
  4. 4. 1. Log book  Appropriately administered  Legible handwriting  Apparent lesson headings  Units begin with project profile  Dates accord with those listed in the diary book, Sts’ copybooks (compare the existing timetable and the calendar)  A separate file is conserved for assessment tools, quizzes, home works, tests and exams.
  5. 5. Project:………………………. UNIT:……………………….  SEQUENCE:…………………….  RUBRIC:………………………  LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Read and respond to an e- mail  TASK:1(type) e.g. Match vocabulary to pictures (objective) e.g. Introduce the topic / new vocabulary or cultural information.  TASK:2(type)……………………………. (objective)…………………….. N.B. Previous: Continued
  6. 6. 2.Diary book Appropriately planned. Displays clear aims/objectives of the suggested types of tasks. Dates accord with those listed in the log book and Sts’ copybooks.
  7. 7. 3. Grading book Apparent grades (summative assessment) Fair continuous assessment (quizzes, home works, tests, projects, and exams (formative assessment)
  8. 8. 4. Programme (achievement)  Clear and thorough implementation of the programme.  Balance in time allocation with respect to learning programme.  No tardiness in programme implementation.  Tests and exams are corrected on time.
  9. 9. 5.Portfolio samples of home works, tests, exams with correction and evaluation grid ( ranking Sts’ results) preserved. samples of projects preserved.
  10. 10. 6.Training Book Accounts(descriptions) about pedagogical meetings and seminars. Reflections on one’s teaching methods applied.
  11. 11. II)Disciplinary competence  T. uses level and age appropriate classroom lge.  T. shows a fair mastery of lge (fluent and accurate).  T. displays successful communicative abilities.  T. formulates clear instructions and checks understanding.  T. uses appropriate functional lge.  T’s speech delivery is persuasive.  T. possesses a rich linguistic repertoire.
  12. 12. III)Pedagogical competence  T. sets clear(SMART) objectives for his lesson.  T. stages the lesson appropriately through the PDP processing.  T. creates a smooth transition between the different stages of the lesson.  T. selects and uses a variety of appropriate activities to meet the learning objective.
  13. 13.  The transition from one stage to another is governed by Sts’ achievements.  The set of questions are designed through Bloom’s taxonomy.  T. promotes interaction among learners.  T. sets and respects the right timing throughout the different stages.  T. creates a relaxing atmosphere.  T. assigns homework as follow up activity.
  14. 14. IV)Didactic competence  T. exploits the course book professionally.  T. selects and uses suitable teaching aids to meet learners’ needs/learning styles.  T. applies the principles of the CBA.  T. urges learners’ autonomy and critical thinking (learner centeredness).
  15. 15. T. is able to transform the curriculum(progressions) into learning classroom practice. T. urges collaborative learning (pair and group work) T. practises and develops real life communicative skills (bringing life to lge). T. copes with unexpected happenings (contingency plan).
  16. 16. V)Topical and cultural competence  T. possesses rich and relevant information about the communicated topic.  T. is able to vary the resources (books, websites, e learning, etc.)  T. shows readiness for learning and improvement.  T. displays good rapport with the pupils.  T. has a fair knowledge about his rights and duties.

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