St.

Michael’s College
College of Education
Quezon Avenue, Iligan City

Portfolio in Field Study 2
Experiencing the Teaching Learning Process
Second Semester 2012-2013

Macacuna, Sittie Aisah S.
March 2013

St. Michaels College
College of Education
Quezon Avenue, Iligan City

Portfolio in Field Study 2
Experiencing the Teaching Learning Process

Submitted By:
Macacuna, Sittie Aisah S.

Submitted To:
Prof. Nieves A. Cutab
March 2013

VISION
We, the members of St. Michael’s College community, witness to the compassionate
love of Jesus Christ. Inspired by the virtues of Mary and animated by the Ignacian spirituality,
we empower and nurture individuals into becoming transformed citizens with courage and
determination to make a difference and contribute to social transformation.
MISSION
We commit ourselves to:
1. Develop culture of appreciation, support and harmony and live with compassion and
humility.
2. Grow in prayer and reflection, practice discernment and attain interior freedom.
3. Be open to global opportunities and trends to develop and maximize potentials and
capabilities in order to become enterprising world class individuals who practice the
values of Faith, excellence and service.
4. Advocate deep understanding of cultural diversity for peace and communion and
promote environmental preservation.
5. Build up resources to sustain the ministry.
6. Consistently provide greater educational accessibility and opportunities to the poor.

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VISION
We, the member of the College of Education of St. Michael’s College, guided by Jesus
Christ, the model teacher and inspired by the Ignacian spirituality, facilitate in the life-long
and transformative process of education for the actualization of the learners’ potentials and
become catalysts of change in society
MISSION
We commit ourselves to:
1. Promote a culture of appreciation and support for communal regeneration;
2. Strengthen relationship with God through prayer and fellowship
3. Build up more linkages, innovative programs and productive pedagogies to develop
human and material resources equitably;
4. Provide a variety of teaching venues incorporating the latest technologies to a range
diverse student interests, backgrounds and aspirations;
5. Develop Christ centered learners who will integrate the core values of faith, excellence
and service in the educational practices;
6. Intensify educational program for the poor.

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And most especially I thank my parents. Grade 1 Adviser.A knows how much I sacrifice on this and just for you I will endure this until I make you proud and happy. for those inspirational words and reminders they always give almost every time I go home on weekends. And to Ma’am Loida Traya. Thank you also (to the highest level! Wapak!!! :D) Lastly. without him this portfolio is impossible to make. Ignatius of Loyola. Only ALLAH S. . I know words are not enough to thank you but I will do my best to finish these challenges. I will thank our mentor Ma’am Nieves Cutab because of her I faced the reality and accept the truth that this is really the profession destined in me. adviser of Second Year St.W. And thank you for the patience and understanding.A) for everything. for welcoming me in her class and for helping me to the task I brought with me. Hadja Mahara H. Thank you very much Ma’am.First and for most I would like to thanks the Almighty ALLAH (S. TO ALL OF YOU I THANK YOU… <3 --sittieaisah iii. Ali. Thank you also to Ma’am Stephanie Mae Richa. Ali and Hadji Fahad H.W. I send you my gratitude for allowing me to observe in your classes and for the patience you shown to me when I am late. Thank you very much.

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Description of the School Site…………………………………………28 VIII.4 III..6 Evidences………………………………………………………………..iv I..2 Teacher’s Prayer………………………………………………………. Course Description………………………………………………………5 IV. Resume………………………………………………………………….7 a.. . Pre-service Teacher Prayer………………………………………….i Vision and Mission of the College……………………………………………ii Acknowledgement………………………………………………………………iii Certificate of Completion………………………………………………………. Class List of Second Year…………………………………………10 d. Class List of Grade 1……………………………………………….. Reflective Narrative Report…………………………………………….8 b.. Purpose of Portfolio…………………………………………………….……………….………………………..1 II.12 V.13 Task 1………………………………………………………………………14-17 Task 2………………………………………………………………………18-19 Task 3………………………………………………………………………20-26 VI.3 Teacher’s Creed…………………………………………………………..11 e...29 v. DTR ……………………………………………………………………. Grade 2 and Grade Observation ……….....27 VII.. Appendices………………………………………………………………. Task………………………………………………………………………. Demonstration in Action Song ………………….9 c.Table of Contents Vision and Mission of the School……………………………………………..

So. Fulfillment is one of my goals and I must work on it I hand. this portfolio will be part of me. This is served as evidence in fulfilling the tasks that the teacher given us. The purpose of this portfolio is to see how far I have done one of the parts of my Prof Ed subjects. I have to give more sacrifice to aim the goal of life. This portfolio will remind me of the memorable and a success from a headache moments in performing those contents of these. This will serve as the evidence of my success in this subject though there is more that I will meet in the future.Field Study 2 is the hardest among the FS I enrolled yet I was challenged to make it. 1 . This is one of the things that I will value most because it contains my experiences on the said goals of this subject.

I ask apologies to th sins that I commited and. Show me the path of success. Please guide us everyday especially my family. I praise you YA ALLAH and Wassalam.YA ALLAH. Please forgive us and. Help me to finish my studies so that I can prove that The sacrifice of my parents will be worth it and. I thank you for everything. 2 . Please take good care of the health of my parents.

3 . May I teach them faithfully The things they need to know.Lord. And when they think of school days. please bless my students’ And help them as they grow. May they know their teacher cared. So they may face the future Knowing they’re prepared.

I accept the challenge to be Sagacious and tenacious in teaching every student. I change the world one student at a time. I affirm superlative expectations for my students and myself.I am a teacher. because I believe every student can learn. I actively pursue excellence for my students and myself. I cherish every student. I am a teacher. 4 . I provide a model of decorum and respect that guides my students as well as honors them. I accept the responsibility to create a learning environment conducive to optimum achievement academically. and emotionally. socially.

learning activities and appropriate instructional materials used by teachers (mentors). use and care of supplies and reference materials.Reflects on the importance of a well managed classroom in creating a conducive and healthy teaching-learning atmosphere. Develops PSTs communication skills as he/she interacts with the buddy and cooperating teacher. the physical features of the classroom and. This FS can be anchored on the following Professional Education subjects: Facilitating Learning. 3. It is focused primarily on observing the teacher’s application of the teaching theories and principles and his/her classroom management skills in the learning environment. general housekeeping. . strategies. discipline.Field Study 2 is the second in a series of six related field study courses. Enriches PSTs knowledge of the teaching methods. 2. FS 2 is also concerned with the development of the pre-service teacher’s communication skills as he/she interacts with the buddy and cooperating teacher. and Principle of Teaching 1 & 2. 5 . Provides Pre-service Students (PSTs) with opportunities to observe and examine the different classroom management techniques applicable in the learning environment. 4. observing a child friendly school environment. Course Objectives 1. It has special reference to aspects such as creating a conducive teaching-learning atmosphere.

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Sarah Geronimo. kind. trust-worthy and friendly person… DISLIKE: Gossip and Not real Person 6 date take a deep breath . Ali and Hadji Fahad H.” LIKE AND DISLIKE LIKE: Honest. Spaghetti.macacuna@yahoo.PERSONAL BACKGROUND Name: Sittie Aisah Solaiman Macacuna Nickname: Aisah Birthdate: 25th of June 1993 Gender: Female Sign: Cancer Birthplace: Bayabao Street Reclamation Site Marawi City Parents Names: Hadja Mahara H. and Chocolates MUSICAL INSTRUMENT: Acoustic Guitar and Piano SONG: Two is better than one DRAMA ARTISTS: Park Yoochun (KPOP). Juris Fernandez COLOR: (Navy and Sky) Blue NUMBER: 06 and 66 SAYING(S): “Your dream doesn’t have an expiration and try again.com FAVORITES BOOK: Novel and Story Books MOVIE: FOOD: Pizza. Ali Email Address: sittieaisah. Anne Hathaway SINGERS: Taylor Swift.

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MICHAEL’S COLLEGE BASIC EDUCATION SOCCER FIELD GRADE 4 OBSERVATION 9 .DEMONSRATION OF ACTION SONG ST.

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Date of the session: 4. MICHAEL’S COLLEGE EDUCATION SCHOOLYEAR: 2012-2013 Teacher Observed: Ma’am Stephanie Mae Richa School: SMC BED Date: Nov. Location of the session: 3. Ignatius of Loyola Subject: Mathematics-Algebra Observation Guide: OBSERVATION GUIDE 1 This protocol is used to guide the observation of a Pre Service Teacher.and post-session sharing with the cooperating teacher as well as the pre service teacher.Task 1 SEMESTER: 2nd Semester COLLEGE OF ST. Objectives of the lesson: a. Topic for the day: 3. Affective: c. The observation is ideally coupled with pre. Cognitive: b. Psychomotor: 2. Length of the session: 6. Lesson Development: Strategy /Technique Used: SESSION ACTIVITIES OBSERVED 14 . SESSION BACKGROUND 1. Number of participants: 5. Activities planned for the session: a) Drill/ Review b) Motivation: 3. 30-2012 Building/Room: #306 Time: 1:00-4:00pm Class Observed: 2nd Year St.

) _____________________________ ___minutes ENGAGEMENT OF PARTICIPANTS 8. To what extent did most or all participants in the professional development session do the following? Please mark the box that best displays your response on a scale of (5=to a great extent. or learning needs of participants 5 Small group work minutes 10 minutes Whole/large group work _____________minutes Exploration with materials ____________minutes Participant development of questions and/or hypotheses ____5____minutes Experimentation and data gathering/documentation ____________minutes Discussion/sharing of findings _____________minutes Discussion of Mathematics-Algebra (Subject) concepts in question ___2______minutes Identification of emerging questions _10______ minutes Discussion of how activities would work with teachers’ own students ___5_____minutes Other (Please specify. statement of objectives3 minutes Discussion of prior knowledge of participants. 1=not at all). Engage in the small group discussions? To a Great Extent (5) (4) (3) (2) 15 . Major activities observed and amount of time for each: Check the box next to each activity observed during the session and fill in the total amount of time for that activity: Some Questions may not apply all the time Facilitator introduction. a. Engage in hands-on / group activities? To a Great Extent (5) (4) (3) (2) Not at All Not Applic.7. (1) NA Not at All Not Applic. (1) NA b. instructions. learning from previous session.

Stay on task during the session? To a Great Extent (5) (4) Not at All (3) (2) (1) f. (1) NA Interpretation The engagement of the participants is to the great extent PRESENTER/FACILITATOR 9. (1) NA d. To what extent did the professional development presenter/facilitator do the following? Please mark the box that best displays your response on a scale of (5=to a great extent. 1=not at all). Conduct/facilitate activities as planned? To a Great Extent (5) (4) Not at All (3) (2) (1) b. Interact with teachers from science disciplines different from their own? To a Great Extent (5) (4) (3) (2) Not at All Not Applic.c. Engage in the large group discussions? To a Great Extent (5) (4) (3) (2) Not at All Not Applic. Speak with members of all small groups? To a Great Extent (5) (4) (3) (2) 16 Not at All Not Applic. a. (1) NA . Treat each other respectfully? To a Great Extent (5) (4) Not at All (3) (2) (1) e. Achieve objectives as stated? To a Great Extent (5) (4) Not at All (3) (2) (1) c.

Other general observations about the design of the professional development session: 13. Examples of conversations/statements/questions of participants that indicate learning that meet the objectives of the session: 12. Make sure those participants stayed on task during the session? To a Great Extent Not at All (5) (4) (3) (2) (1) f. Examples of questions that the instructor asks of small and large groups: • Have you done your task? • Did you get the instruction? • How is your work? 11. Ask effective. Sittie Aisah S. Ms. Signature: 17 . open-ended questions of participants? To a Great Extent (5) (4) Not at All (3) (2) (1) 10.3 d. Stephanie Mae Richa Signature: Name of Observer: _Macacuna. attitudes. or activities apparent during the professional development session Cooperating Teacher. interactions. Other general observations of the group culture. Treat participants respectfully? To a Great Extent (5) (4) Not at All (3) (2) (1) E.

MICHAEL’S COLLEGE SEMESTER: 2nd COLLEGE OF EDUCATION SCHOOL YEAR: 2012-2013 FIELD STUDY 2: EXPERIENCING THE TEACHING LEARNIN PROCESS NAME of the Student Teacher: Macacuna. Observe Teacher 1: Caroline Suan FOCUS: Meaningful Learning Experience Mentor Teacher: Nieves A. Methods/ Strategies She give quiz directly as she enter the room. CUTAB Observation Dates: January 14. Iligan City Subject: Filipino FACTORS COGNITIVE ABILITY METACOGNITIVE ABILITY MOTIVATIONAL PROCESS 1. They already have an idea what to answer before their teacher finished her word. The students are able to answer their individual activity on their notebook. Chalk and Board 3. Discussion The students are able to think ideas about their individual activity. Assessment Tools a. 2013 Tibanga. Varied Resources of Learning a. 2.BED. The first person who will volunteer will get extra points. Instructional Material a. Textbook They will able to study in advance. She didn’t give assignment rather she gives an advance reading for oral recitation. a. They will think critically in writing and making their own “Balita”. The teacher give quiz directly as she enter the class to test them if they really understand their past lesson. Michael’s College. 2013 Observational School: St. 18 . The teacher challenge her students in writing their own “Balita” that is happening presently. Giving of Quizzes 4.Task 2 ST. Reflection Report Dates: January 14. Sittie Aisah S.

Giving of Assignment Their task supposedly becomes their homework. Textbook They will use their book to answer the assignment and think wise. Assessment Tools b. And the class becomes emotional and so I cannot understand what happened. Methods/ Strategies a. Chalk and Board They used the board for writing the coverage for their exam. 7. Inductive/ Deductive 6. Varied Resources of Learning b.FIELD STUDY 2: EXPERIENCING THE TEACHING LEARNIN PROCESS Observe Teacher 2: Farina Dungog Subject: MAPEH FACTORS COGNITIVE ABILITY METACOGNITIVE ABILITY MOTIVATIONAL PROCESS 5. NOTE: The teacher supposed to give an activity on that day but there’s something happen all of a sudden. 19 . They do not have a discussion because of it. 8. There is a misunderstanding exist between the students and the teacher. Instructional Material b.

Task 3 ILIGAN CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ARALIN PANLIPUNAN III LESSON PLAN/ LESSON LOG 20 .

CHEMISTRY (BOYLE’S LAW) III first page 21 .

Second page 22 .

FILIPINO II 23 .

MATHEMATICS I 24 .ST. MICHAEL’S COLLEGE 1.

2. MATHEMATICS I 25 .

3. MATHEMATICS II 26 .

Collecting those learning plan is not easy because you have to give all your patience because some are not giving their samples. and the Motivational process.Task 2 This task focuses on Experiencing the Teaching Learning Process. I hope this experience will guide me for the next challenges that I will face. The student teacher must observe two to three subject teachers that enter to its assign year level. I just missed being a high school student. So what I did was I did my very good tricks to have them and trust me with it. Task 3 The task this week is about collecting sample learning plan. I can also reflect to the world of the 2nd year St. 27 . Michael’s College Basic Education too. Three from Private School and three from Public School. I am very thankful that I experience observing the Second year and Grade 1 because though I do not know/familiarized the names of each of them I feel that they really value me and treat me well and I enjoyed playing with the grade 1 everytime Ma’am Traya let me watched them after the rosary. Metacognitive ability. The student teacher should know the Cognitive ability. I decided to Iligan National High School and there I was blessed of 3 Learning Plan and to St. Ignatius of Loyola because when I was on that year level I was too curious and talkative when the teacher is not inside the classroom.

The school has a clean and neat Canteen. It has a complete year level from Nursery to 4th Year high school. The school also has a Home economic Room and Science Laboratory and school furniture making at the back of the school. It has four wide storeys. The Clinic of the school is open for everyone and the Guidance Office and Registrar Office is very approachable. big Gymnasium. And all in all the school is beautiful and comfortable. which is located at San Miguel Tibanga Iligan City.St. They have also a trustworthy Guards and Stuff. Speech Laboratory. There is a play ground for the kids. Computer Laboratory which is found at the 4th floor. Michael’s College-Basic Education. a Religious School and the students there are very faithful and the teachers are competitive. air conditioned AVR. a wide soccer field. 28 . a Library and Faculty Room.

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