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DRILL INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUE ASSESSMENT RUBRIC
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Instructor:Evaluator:PO:Date:
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NOT METNEEDS IMPROVEMENTDEVELOPINGSKILLEDEXTENDING
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DID THE INSTRUCTOR...02345
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1. review last class/relevant movements?not statednot stated clearlystated but mundaneclear and well statedclearly stated with enthusiasm
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2. order squad into suitable formation?not formed upinappropriate formationnot conducive to learningappropriate formationoptimal formation
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3. state the movements to be taught?not statednot stated clearlystated but mundaneclear and well statedclearly stated with enthusiasm
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4. state where this movement is applicable?not statednot stated clearlystated but mundaneclear and well statedclearly stated with enthusiasm
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5. state the requirement for the PC?not statednot stated clearlystated but mundaneclear and well statedclearly stated with enthusiasm
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DEMONSTRATION...
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6. demonstrate the complete movement?not demonstrateddemonstrated incorrectlycorrectly demonstrated
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7. call out the timing during the demonstration?not completedtimings were incorrecttimings were correct
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8. demonstrate the movement from three angles?
not completeddemonstrated from two anglesfully completed
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EXPLANATION...
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9. explain the movement in stages?not completedfew stages explainedsome stages explainedall stages were explained, but some were incorrectall stages were explained correctly
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10. emphasize the important points?not completedstressed some key pointsstressed key points completelystressed key points successfullystressed key points using various methods
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11. deliver the information in a logical sequence?not completednot all stages delivered in a logical ordereffective sequencestages well developed with smooth transitionsorder designed to fit the learners level and rate
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12. effective questioning techniques used?not completedrarely used more than one techniquevaried questions, but not effective questioning processappropriate use of questioning techniquesmultiple techniques used; thought-provoking questions
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EXECUTION...
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13. allot appropriate time for practice of movement?
not completedinappropriate time allocatedsatisfactory time allocatedeffective time allocatedmaximum time allocated
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REPETITION...
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14. repeat the movement - instructor calling time?
not completedineffectively administeredadminstered, somewhat weakeffectively administeredmaximum time allotment
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15. repeat the movement - squad calling time?not completedineffectively administeredadminstered, somewhat weakeffectively administeredmaximum time allotment
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16. confirm the main points of the lesson?not completeddelivered with confusiondelivered with minor difficultieseffectively deliveredprecisely delivered
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17. inform trainees of their progress?not completedsome feedback providedfocused on postive/negative feedbackfeedback adequately reflects progressfeedback delivered effectively
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CONCLUSION...
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18. restate the aim of the lesson?not statedstated without emphasiseffectively statedclearly and concisely statedenthusiastically stated
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19. summarize the main points?not statednot all key points coveredkey points covered mundanelystressed key points successfullyrestated key points with enthusiasm
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COLUMN TOTAL
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SUBTOTAL 1/ 95
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NOT METMETTOTAL MARK/ 150
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WRITTEN LESSON PLAN...02
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20. information matches QSP and references?noyes
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21. follows the standard lesson plan format?noyesEvaluator Signature:
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22. divides the main teaching points into stages?noyesDate:
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23. includes confirmation for each stage?noyes
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24. is neat and legible?noyesInstructor Signature:
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SUBTOTAL 2/ 10 Date:
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NOT METNEEDS IMPROVEMENTDEVELOPINGSKILLEDEXTENDING
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OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS - DID THE INSTRUCTOR...
02345
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25. maintain class control?noat timesmaintained order and discipline throughouteffective supervisionsupervises firmly and fairly
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26. maintain professionalism?noat timesmaintained throughout lessonprofessional standards met during entire lessondisplayed high standard
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27. speak clearly and audibly?noat timesoften throughout lessonconcise and clear throughout entire lessonpolished and confident speaker
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28. give eye contact?nofocused on one area of the classroom onlyoften throughout lessonappropriate level of eye contact usedeye contact used to maintain attention throughout lesson
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29. finish the lesson in the time parameter?no10 minutes over/under allotted timetimings met but lesson rushed/draggingtimings met, appropriate timings for each stageprecise timings were met
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30. provide feedback to the trainees?nosome feedback givenexhaustive feedback given, either positive or negativefeedback adequately reflects performancecreative delivery of feedback emphasizing strong points
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31. use appropriate vocabulary?vocabulary choice limitedoveruse of certain wordsappropriate word choiceage appropriate vocabulary
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32. use the lesson plan effectively?not usedtoo dependentappropriately usedused to confirm each stageused for reference only, ensuring success
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33. demonstrate an understanding of the topic?not understoodunderstood less than half the topicunderstood half the topicunderstood majority of the topicvery knowledgeable, understood topic completely
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COLUMN TOTAL
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SUBTOTAL 3/ 45
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POSITIVE aspects of the lessonPoints to DEVELOP
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