99 ways to demonstrate progress and learning during any lesson observation!

99 ways to demonstrate progress and learning during any lesson observation! – Assessing Pupil Progress

How to demonstrate progress in any lesson is a very popular search query with teachers across the globe. Demonstrating progress and learning is paramount when planning for a lesson. I was fortunate to find the following image below on the web illustrating the different ways to show how a pupil has learnt and realised that the majority of the methods here could be used to demonstrate progress in the classroom especially during a key lesson observation. I was impressed with the way the image has grouped together the different types of “ways” of demonstrating progress into 4 distinct categories; “Written”, “Visual”, “Performance” and “Spoken”, and also has a colour gradient to show significance;

99 ways to demonstrate progress and learning

Demonstrating Pupil Progress

The different ways in which you can demonstrate pupil progress can be summarised below;

Written

  1. Cartoon Strip
  2. Comic Strip
  3. Magazine
  4. ABC Book
  5. Dictionary
  6. Menu
  7. Time Capsule
  8. Web Page
  9. Manual
  10. Glossary
  11. Fantasy
  12. Pop Up Book
  13. Handbook
  14. Email or Text message
  15. Scientific Report
  16. Newspaper
  17. Essay
  18. Letter
  19. Editorial
  20. Biography
  21. Journal
  22. Fairy Tale
  23. Tall Tale
  24. Questionnaire

Visual

  1. Collage
  2. Drawing
  3. Poster
  4. Timeline
  5. Diorama
  6. Quilt
  7. Bulletin-board
  8. Scrapbook
  9. Sculpture
  10. Advertisement
  11. Jigsaw Puzzle
  12. Overhead Transparency
  13. Flowchart
  14. Maps
  15. Graph
  16. Photo
  17. Book Jacket
  18. Colouring Book
  19. Story Map
  20. Brochure
  21. Mural
  22. Concept Map
  23. Flannel Board
  24. Board Game
  25. Video Costume
  26. Comedy Routine
  27. Experiment

Performance

  1. Mock Trial
  2. Soap Operal
  3. Musical
  4. Sitcom
  5. Game Show
  6. Poetry
  7. Readers’ Theater
  8. Re-enactment
  9. Commercial
  10. Demonstration
  11. Acceptance Speech
  12. Play
  13. Monologue
  14. Radio Play
  15. Dance
  16. Simulation

Spoken

  1. Powerpoint Presentation
  2. Speech
  3. Interview
  4. How To
  5. Infomercial
  6. Show and Tell
  7. Voki
  8. Sales Pitch
  9. Persuasive Argument
  10. Focus Group
  11. News Report
  12. Song
  13. Rap
  14. Script
  15. Panel Discussion
  16. Presentation
  17. Audio Recording
  18. Discussion
  19. Story Telling
  20. Recorded Interview
  21. Rhyme
  22. Lesson
  23. Sportscast
  24. Debate
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2 comments on “99 ways to demonstrate progress and learning during any lesson observation!
  1. Deborah Barakat AKA Mrs Mathia says:

    Have just made some time capsule exit and entrance tickets and have ordered a time capsule from Amazon; thanks for the idea

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