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Reflection for Guided Reading

By Barbara Ogurek

  1. What was the main teaching point (objective) of your lesson? What was the main concept or skill you wanted the children to learn?
  2. (a) What supporting data did you use to show they learned/understood this? (b) What was your reason for choosing this type of supporting data?
  3. What were the new vocabulary words you introduced? How did you introduce them?
  4. (a) What supporting data did you use to show that the students understood the new vocabulary? (b) What was your reason for choosing this type of supporting data?
  5. Were there any other skills you wanted the students to learn? How did you or will you assess their learning?
  6. (a) What follow-up activities did the students have to do directly after the lesson? (b) What was your reason for choosing this/these type(s) of follow-up?
  7. (a) What homework assignment will you give the students to follow up on this lesson? (b) How was this determined?
  8. What specific things did you learn about the students from this lesson? Knowing this, how will this affect your future lessons with them?
  9. Are the students ready to move on to a different level? How did you determine this?
  10. What specific things did you feel were successful about your lesson? Why were they successful?
  11. What things did you feel you needed to improve? Why?
  12. What would you do differently next time?