Self-Evaluation Sheet For Teachers - How Good is Your Lesson?
Dec 22, 2009 Teaching 4884 Views
Let's see if there are any other categories we can add to this list. Use this list to help you reflect on your teaching. Answer these questions after you have taught a lesson.
1. How useful was your lesson plan? Were you able to follow it or did you have to depart from it during the lesson?
2. What difficulties did you find in planning the lesson?
3. Now that you have taught your lesson, what changes would you make to the plan for the next time?
1. How successful was the lesson?
2. Which part of the lesson was most successful? Why?
3. Which part of the lesson was least successful? Why?
4. How did you ensure that all the students understood and were engaged?
5. How much did you use the blackboard, whiteboard, or smartboard? Was it effective?
6. What other aids did you use? Were they effective?
7. Which of the four skills did you develop most?
8. How much did you use the students' own language? Should you have used more or less? (ESL teachers)
9. What aspect of the lesson gave you most difficulty? Why?
10. How was this lesson different from the one you taught before and after it?
1. What activities did the students enjoy most? Why?
2. What did the students find the most difficult? Why?
3. Did any students fail to participate? If so, why was this?
4. What discipline problems were there? What caused them? How did you deal with them?
5. What advice might the students give you about the lesson?
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