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3A.  Instructional Delivery



The teacher communicates clearly and accurately what is expected and provides lessons, assignments, materials and resources that are logically sequenced and content appropriate.  The teacher encourages student participation in the learning process through varied questioning and discussion techniques.


Unsatisfactory
Basic
Proficient
Distinguished
Teacher's oral and written communication contains errors and is unclear or inappropriate to students.  Makes poor use of questioning and discussion techniques, with low-level questions, limited student participation and little true discussion.
Teacher's oral and written communication contains no errors but may not be completely appropriate or may require further explanation to avoid confusion.  Use of questioning and discussion techniques is uneven, with some high-level questions, attempts at true discussion, and moderate student participation.
Teacher communicates clearly and accurately to students, both orally and in writing.  Use of questioning and discussion techniques reflects high-level questions, true discussion, and full participation by all students.
Teacher's oral and written communication is clear and expressive, anticipating possible student misconceptions.  Students formulate many of the high-level questions and assume responsibility for the participation of all students in the discussion.

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