Report on Classroom Observation

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REPORT on CLASS OBSERVATION

Introduction

Internship teaching is the culminating experience of the first degree program in education. It provides the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge on pedagogies in the actual classroom setting and gain the experience. The internees are exposed to an environment where they encounter learners for the first time and face them with multitude of ideas, approaches, techniques and processes. During the internship period I got ample opportunities to demonstrate the art of teaching in actual situation and participate in all activities at the school level.

The duration of internship was one semester. I tried to perform the assigned responsibilities in Azimpur Girl’s School and College under the
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It is not portable but fixed. It is not in the middle of the front wall. So all of the students cannot see easily what is written in the board. • Lighting and ventilation: The natural lighting is not quite adequate for the class. The cross ventilation is not available in the classroom. • Provision of artificial lighting and ventilation: There are 4 electric fans and lights in the class. But this is not quite adequate for the room. As there is no generator in the school and power failure being a common problem, sometimes students face problems as they suffer from the hot summer and cannot concentrate to their lessons. There is another problem of the artificial lighting as it is reflected in the blackboard and the front right side of the class cannot see the right corner of the board. • Teachers table and chair: The wooden chair and table are in the front side of the class. The table is spacious but its drawers are hardly movable. The chair is quite ok as we should use in not for a long time to sit there while teaching. • Color of the class: The colors of the walls are white but fade. It should be brighter. • Other furniture: There are no other furniture except the above mentioned desk and benches for the students and the chair and table.

B. Evaluation of the teacher’s proficiency:

• Dress up: His dress up was suitable for the class. • Teaching method: His teaching method is good. When

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