I. Identify the instructional models exhibited by the teacher during instruction, and provide examples that validates this assumption. Refer to the document you used Instructional Models discussion forum to refresh your memory of the four types of instructional models we learned and cite it as a source to support your response.
II. From your vantage point, determine the teacher`s ability to engage students throughout the lesson. Were the students engaged, attentive, and having fun learning or were there areas that the teacher could have improved upon to make the lesson more engaging?
III. Describe up to three things you liked about the lesson.
IV. Recommend one thing you would have done differently than the teacher in the video and why. If you would not change anything, justify why you think the lesson should remain as it is.
Compile the responses to the questions above in a way that it will be easy for you to transfer them to a PowerPoint presentation (e.g., bullet points would work best).
Create a PowerPoint with a slide for each of the items above (see below for instructions on how to create each slide).
I. Use the Lesson Analysis PowerPoint Template Download Lesson Analysis PowerPoint Template provided to create a visual of your lesson analysis.
II. You will use the 7x7 rule to create your presentation. The 7x7 rule states that you use no more than seven bullet points per slide and no more than seven words per bullet point. This way your visual presentation will only show the main points on each slide without overwhelming your viewers without too many words. You still need to make your slides attractive by adding images and colors to make it attractive.
III. Add your voice to fill in the gaps between the main points on your slides. Limit your narration to five minutes or less. Use your narration to explain each of your answers. More importantly, use it as an opportunity to share your passion about what you liked in the lesson and how you might modify the lesson to better engage students and make the learning experience fun. (View Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Tutorial | Recording Narration for instructions on how insert voice narration into a PowerPoint presentation.)
IV. If you need help with creating an effective PowerPoint presentation, please review the How to Make a PowerPoint Presentation webpage from the UAGC Writing Center.
A. Create a PowerPoint with voice narration.
B. Summarize the instructional models used in the lesson.
C. Explain thoughts on the engagement level of the lesson.
D. Describe up to three strengths of the lesson.
E. Justify whether the lesson should be changed or stay the same.