Thursday, May 9, 2013
Thursday, November 8, 2012
MAJLIS HI TEA 2012
ANJURAN KELAB D' JAUHARI SEMAHIR
DI BANGI GOLF RESORT
BANDAR BARU BANGI
2 NOVEMBER 2012
Ahli jawatankuasa Kelab D'Jauhar Semahir 2012
|pn Maryani Yaacop|
|Pn Norshaliza, Pn Haswa Shazwati, Pn Rafizah Jaafar|
|Ketua Kelab D' Jauhar|
Monday, October 22, 2012
KURSUS PBS GEOGRAFI TINGKATAN 2
PERINGKAT DAERAH HULU LANGAT
TARIKH : 16 - 18 OKTOBER 2012
TEMPAT: MAKMAL KOMPUTER
SMK KHIR JOHARI, BERANANG
PESERTA : 43 ORANG GURU DAERAH HULU LANGAT
FASILITATOR: PN HASIYAH BT HUSSAIN (SMK KHIR JOHARI )
PN RASHIDAH BT MAULUT (SMK TMN JASMIN 2)
Monday, October 8, 2012
Thursday, September 27, 2012
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LESSON STUDY PROGRAMME
SMK KHIR JOHARI BERANANG
IN-HOUSE TRAINING FOR TEACHERS
DATE: 27 SEPTEMBER 2012
VENUE : COMPUTER LAB SMKKJ
What is Lesson Study?
Lesson study is not about improving a single lesson. It is about building pathways ongoing improvement of instruction. There are three major steps in a lesson study programme. 1. Lesson Planning 2. Presentation and Observation of a lesson 3. A reflection on the lesson.
Step 1: Lesson Planning
•Decides on the lesson objectives including what kind of knowledge, skills, attitudes or values he/she wants the students to acquire from the class.
•Develops a lesson plan to achieve his/her objectives in light of the content of the entire unit being taught .
•It is important here for the teacher to predict various student responses. This is the key to making a lesson "flexible
Step 2: Presentation and Observation.
•Observers, on the other hand, watch the classroom activities from the viewpoint of both the teacher conducting the class and the students.
•Observers prepare for a lesson reflection to be conducted later by paying attention to not only how the teacher is teaching the class but also how the students are learning and where they make mistakes
Step 3: Reflection
•The teacher who presented the lesson provides an overview of the lesson and then listens to comments from teachers who observed the lesson.
•First, the teacher who presented the lesson describes its objectives and then comments on the lesson. This is followed by a question and answer session
•These discussions not only nurture the professional development of the teacher presenting the lesson but allow all the participants to develop "an eye for observing a lesson ”while paying attention to how the students think and express their ideas and how the teacher should best interact with them.
•What they have learned through these steps will be applied to the next lesson study.