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CLASSROOM 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. prepare the classroom/training area?not set upset up but did not meet the needs of the classroomset up, but not conductive to learningplanning stages and thorough judgementexcellent planning and prep prior to class starting
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2. organize all lesson material?not organizedfairly organizedwell organizedvery well organizedwell laid out, easily accessible
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3. set up and familiarize with instructional visual aids?
not organizedset up, but not testedset up and tested, but did not make the required adjustmentsset up and tested, make necessary adjustmentsset up and tested, positioned equipment correctly
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DID THE LESSON INTRODUCTION...
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4. state what the trainees would be learning?not statednot clearly statedstated but mundaneclearly statedclearly stated w/ enthusiasm
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5. indicate why the lessom is important?not statednot clearly statedstated but mundaneclearly statedclearly stated w/ enthusiasm
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6. indicate where the lesson can be applied?not statednot clearly statedstated but mundaneclearly statedclearly stated w/ enthusiasm
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7. briefly introduced the main teaching points?not statednot clearly statedstated but mundaneclearly statedclearly stated w/ enthusiasm
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WITHIN THE BODY OF THE LESSON, WAS/WERE...
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8. trainee's comprehension level met?nolevel too low/highproceeded too quickly or too slowly through stagesprogressed at an effective rateprogressed at a steady rate, retrieving when necessary
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9. verbal support elements (CREST) used?none usedoveruse of one elementmoderated use of more than one elementsadequate use of all elementseffective use of all elements to support lesson
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10. information delivered in a logical sequence?nonot all stages delivered n a logical ordereffective sequencestages well developed w/ smooth transitionsorder designed to fit the learners level and rate
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11. effective questioning techniques used?norarely used more than one techniquevaried questions, but not effective questioning processuse multiple questioning techniquesmultiple and appropriate techniques used
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12. questions sufficiently answered?noincomplete or inappropriate answersadequate answers givenanswers were well-phrased and completequestions answered with ease, very knowledgeable
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DID THE END OF LESSON CONFIRMATION...
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13. confirm the main points of the lesson?nodelivered with some confusiondelivered with minor difficultieseffectively deliveredprecisely delivered
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14. inform the trainees of their results and progress?
nosome feedback providedfocused on positive or negative feedbackfeedback adequately reflects progressfeedback delivered effectively
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DID THE LESSON CONCLUSION...
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15. restate the aim of the lesson?not statedstated without emphasiseffectively statedclearly and concisely statedenthusiastically stated
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16. summarize the main points?nonot all key points coveredkey points covered without enthusiasmstressed key points successfullyrestate key points with enthusiasm
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17. stated next class/lesson?nocompleted, but too short or too longeffective remediationclearly and firmly statedenthusiastically and thoroughly delivered
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COLUMN TOTAL
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SUBTOTAL 1/ 85
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NOT METMETTOTAL MARK/ 135
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WRITTEN LESSON PLAN...02
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18. information matches QSP and references?noyes
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19. follows the standard lesson plan format?noyesEvaluator Signature:
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20. divides the main teaching points into stages?noyesDate:
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21. includes confirmation for each stage?noyes
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22. is neat and legible?noyesInstructor Signature:
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SUBTOTAL 2/ 10Date:
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NOT METNEEDS IMPROVEMENTDEVELOPINGSKILLEDEXTENDING
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OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS - DID THE INSTRUCTOR...
02345
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23. maintain class control?noat timesmaintained order and discipline throughouteffective supervisionsupervises firmly and fairly
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24. maintain professionalism?noat timesmaintained throughout lessonprofessional standards met during entire lessondisplayed high standard
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25. speak clearly and audibly?noat timesoften throughout lessonconcise and clear throughout entire lessonpolished and confident speaker
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26. 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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27. 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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28. 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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29. use appropriate vocabulary?vocabulary choice limitedoveruse of certain wordsappropriate word choiceage appropriate vocabulary
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30. use the lesson plan effectively?not usedtoo dependentappropriately usedused to confirm each stageused for reference only, ensuring success
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COLUMN TOTAL
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SUBTOTAL 3/ 40
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POSITIVE aspects of the lessonPoints to DEVELOP
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