Hier, j'ai reçu le rapport d'observation du sanglier, me demandant de le vérifier avant de le passer à la hierachie... je vous le copie en bref..
Points positifs, points positifs, blabla, en résumé:
Learners in this session were engaged and active throughout. They used a lot of French and were confident enough to question and answer in French and to use sentences. The level of oral skills was high for a first term AS group. The teacher generated a supportive and productive learning environment and the learners set about their tasks with enthusiasm. The activities were well-matched to the learners needs. Learning was good
Targets / Guidance - les fameuses targets!!
· S-O-W assessments could be made explicit. The S-O-W needs more detail make it a more useful teacher/ learner document. Ha le retour du SOW!!!
· Praise could be better used to bolster learner confidence - bolster.. ouais je vais bolsterise tout ça.. ouais. . .
· The tempo and pitch of the presentational aspects of the lesson could be altered to general a little more enthusiasm. A little more ‘up and down’ (Crescendo, etc.,) in the voice (and played out in the body language) when setting tasks might generate more of a ‘buzz’ and an element of competitive learning. - ouais, je vais buzzer, buzz buzz.. ça marche? Non, toujours pas? Tant pis!