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At the end of the activity, I should be able to:
 Visit my cooperating school.
 Identify the school’s expectations.
 Fa...
1. Based on the orientation activity conducted by the school, I shall complete the
responsibility matrix given below. Choo...
After my orientation session, with the
administrator(s), cooperating principal, practicum supervisor, together with my
co-...
Complete the structured form.
.
Orientation sessions are conducted because…
They provide an opportunity to answer question...
A truly prepared teacher is someone who can make a difference in
child’s life, to ignite curiosity and growth to their stu...
FS 7 Episode 1: What's Up? What's Up?
FS 7 Episode 1: What's Up? What's Up?
FS 7 Episode 1: What's Up? What's Up?
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FS 7 Episode 1: What's Up? What's Up?

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FS 7 Episode 1: What's Up? What's Up?

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FS 7 Episode 1: What's Up? What's Up?

  1. 1. At the end of the activity, I should be able to:  Visit my cooperating school.  Identify the school’s expectations.  Familiarize myself with the facilities of the school. 5 Outstandin g 4 Exceeds expectations 3 Meets expectation s 2 Improvement needed 1 Unacceptable performance My Tasks My Activities My Analysis My Reflections My Portfolio Average Rating (Total Score / 5) Total Score
  2. 2. 1. Based on the orientation activity conducted by the school, I shall complete the responsibility matrix given below. Choose only two expectations from the TEIs/Cooperating School’s expectations and write your own responsibilities. Teacher Education Institution Expectations My Responsibilities 1. Punctuality It is by far the utmost responsibility of the pre-service teacher to meet this expectation because this will lead him to accomplish more and quality works. 2. Professionalism The pre-service teacher should exercise professionalism, right words to say, appropriate actions to act and right values to display must always be taken into consideration in the whole span of practice. Cooperating School Expectations My Responsibilities 1. Meeting my objectives and prospects in accordance with the school provision. To obey the school’s advises for my pre-service training and to enact the most appropriate action throughout the duration of the training. 2. Behaving and abiding the rules and regulations of my cooperating school. Adopt and adjust on the rules and regulations of my cooperating school for the betterment of my training. 2. How did I feel when I saw my practicum site? What are my apprehensions? Complete the facial expression and explain why you feel this way. I feel excited upon entering the school premises together with our advisers and co-interns.
  3. 3. After my orientation session, with the administrator(s), cooperating principal, practicum supervisor, together with my co-practicum students, I need to equip myself with the PT Kit (Practice Teaching Kit) to better prepare myself in this wonderful world of teaching. What tools do I need to bring in terms of K.A.S.H.? K N O W L E D G E  Implementing appropriate teaching methodologies.  Adapting to the existing curriculum.  Facilitating actual recall.  Utilizing and maximizing appropriate instructional materials.  Promoting HOTS questions. A T T I T U D E  Relating lesson in real-life situation.  Self-reflection  Sizing-up attitude by means of giving reinforcements.  Motivating students to participate in the class.  Extending assistance. S K I L L S  Feeding students with the 21st century skills.  Fostering acquired skills.  Engaging students to some sorts of activities.  Letting students exercise “learning by doing”  Enhancing one’s skills. H A B I T s  Monitor their bad and good habits.  Get along with them.  Get in touch.  Do good and avoid evil.
  4. 4. Complete the structured form. . Orientation sessions are conducted because… They provide an opportunity to answer questions and define roles, assess skill level and experience, set expectations, and anticipate head off problems. They are also conducted in order to ensure the orderly transition of moods, behaviors, and to size up the needs of the new environment as well as to the stakeholders. Orientation sessions give background to pre-service teacher the Transition to “what is and what is not”, on “how to and why a certain role needs to be directed. I feel… Enlighten with the things which I need to consider during the whole duration of my practice teaching; the rules and regulations to follow, have been clearly discussed. Through the orientation sessions conducted, I feel I can accomplish the things that are needed in my practice teaching as my pre-service assignment and role entails. I know I can… Obey rules and regulations of the school and I can perform the theories and principles of teaching. I also know in my heart that I can overcome the shortcomings, problems and tribulations that may come along my way together with my co-interns. I can adjust to my new exciting habit and could teach accordingly through the aide of orientation sessions conducted. Such activity and will serve as my guidance in my daily teaching and lesson planning. Above all, I know I can teach my pupils well so as to touch their lives through the help of my co-interns and COOPERATING TEACHERS.
  5. 5. A truly prepared teacher is someone who can make a difference in child’s life, to ignite curiosity and growth to their students. It is the most rewarding part of teaching. But as much as teaching can be rewarding, it can also be frustrating and stressful when dealing with unmotivated students, large classes, and heavy workloads. Most frustrating one, teachers will sometimes have to deal with unruly behavior and violence from students. These are all part of teaching. Teaching is not simply “teaching”. You must ensure that your students are really learning from you, how they assimilate the knowledge, imbibe the values, and foster the skills must be monitor by you. You can only perform all these if you exhibit a sense of preparedness in teaching. Going back to the question, am I really prepared to teach? I can say “Yes I am”. This is through the help of the people behind me especially my teachers who continuously motivate me to strive, to do my best, to make the most out of my teaching. Although, I still have something to learn in the field of teaching.

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