Field Study 5
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Field Study 5EXPERIENTAL LEARNING COURSES
FIELD STUDY 5
* Your Tools
As you observe a class, note down your significant observation of the performance-based activity in the classroom. Then, make a checklist of the important things you wish to consider in your assessment planning. For these tasks, please use the Activity Forms provided for you. For your proposed plan for process-oriented assessment, it is recommended that you use the format that you agreed in your Assessment-2 class. Please remember that the rubrics are part and parcel of your assessment plan.
OBSERVATION NOTES |
Name of the School Observed: Cagayan State University Andrews CampusYear level & Section: III-J Subject Area: Social ScienceSubject Matter: Micro and Macro Economics Topic: Four Production ProblemsObserved teacher: Mr. Roger Ramos Objective: Perform a simple role-play showing ways on how to solve the four production problems. |
Describe in bullets the performance-based activity you observe. * The performance-based assessment task that was given to us portrays real-life situation wherein we were able to use and apply the information we acquired during the discussion. It was an authentic assessment task that is embedded in a context that has some meaning or purpose beyond school or beyond the bounds of the classroom lesson or unit. * It involves all domains of learning: * Cognitive- we are able to use the information that we acquired by thinking on what possible way or solution can we use to address the production problems given to us. * Affective- through performing real-life situations, we were able to appreciate and understand the significance of the topic into our daily life. * Psychomotor- through performing a role-play, our talent or skill in acting was developed. * The task also developed our interpersonal skills since we were grouped heterogeneously that allowed us to mingle or deal with people who were from different group of circle of...