TPA ORAL PRESENTATION - Morehead State University

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Learning Objective: Identify the talking points of the Teacher Performance
Assessment.
Learning Target:
I can articulate professionally using correct grammar
and a practicing teacher’s vocabulary.
TALKING POINTS (OR HOW NOT TO BOMB THE PRESENTATION)

Stay Calm ….Appear Confident……you are now a teacher and can handle
ANY situation!
 Don’t talk too fast or too slow …….so practice what you are going to say
and time yourself!
 Don’t giggle……chew gum……or cross your legs and swing your foot!
 Make good use of your time, be specific and get to your point!
 Dress Professionally (Interview attire is appropriate)
 Don’t get too wordy and chatter about things that are insignificant…….be
direct and to the point!
 You know your TPA ………..Just tell your story !
TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL PRESENTATION
Tip #1
Organize your thoughts - Outline
what you want to say !
(put on notecards and practice)
TIP #2
INTRODUCE YOURSELF TO YOUR REVIEW
TEAM
 State your TPA Topic
 The school and the grade
 And the rationale for creating and
teaching the unit
TIP #3
Discuss the Contextual Factors in
your classroom!
 Classroom Contextual Factors
 Student Contextual Factors
 Implications of the Factors
TIP #4
Introduce your Learning Objectives
 Discuss the different levels of learning
that your objectives address
TIP #5
Move on to the DISCUSSION of your
ASSESSMENT PLAN
 Pre/Post Test – How did you develop the questions to
measure the Objectives?
 Formative Assessment- How did you select your formative
assessments? Know the purpose of each.
 Only talk about what you are assessing – Ex. Exit slips,
teacher checklist, scoring guides, rubrics, activity sheets,
lab experiments
 You will not discuss your practice activities here!
ASSESSMENT PLAN CONTINUES
 Remember to address what modifications were made
to address students in your classroom with IEP’s,
504’s, Speech and don’t forget the Gifted students.
 Include a comment on why the assessment for each
objective was the best choice for the students in your
classroom.
TIP #6
Design for Instruction
 At this point you will tell how many of your students
met the objectives on the Pre- Test
 Talk about Day #1 - Talk about the activities that you
implemented to ensure that the students learned the
objective for the day. Day # 2, Day # 3, and so
on……………………………
Just read over your lesson plan procedures if you need
help organizing your thoughts!
TIP #7
Analysis of Student Learning
Summarize the outcome of your data based on
whole class learning after analyzing the Pre and
the Post Test
 Which Objective was the most successful?
Why?
 Which Objective was the least successful?
Why?
TIP #8
Teacher Reflection and Self Evaluation
Highlight what you think that you have gained by
completing this TPA and how it will help you continue
to develop professionally.
WRAP IT UP………..
again keep it short and to the point!
Capstone Presentation Assessment Scoring Guide/Rubric
Directions:
SLO
1a
1) Mark assessed level.
2) Sum the total for each section (I, II..) in the Score column
3) Add all scores to get Total Score.
1a) Listen and speak effectively in conversational, small group,
public and intercultural contexts
Exceeds
Criterion
Speaks clearly and distinctly throughout
Uses appropriate language for the discipline
Vocalized pauses (um, uh, er, etc.) are not distracting
Speaks with confidence; neither too quickly, nor too slowly
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II. Organization/Preparation
A.
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D.
1a
Meets
Criterion
I. Speaking
A.
B.
C.
D.
1a
Fails to
Meet
Criterion
Introduction effectively communicated presentation goals
Topic was well focused & appropriate
Clear evidence of planning, obviously rehearsed
Conclusion summarized ideas well
III. Delivery
A. Maintains eye contact with the audience
B. Facial expression and body language convey strong
enthusiasm & interest
C. Delivery medium was appropriate
D. Listens effectively to adequately address questions
Content
2e
III. Apply knowledge and skills to new settings and complex
problems
A. Summarized most meaningful ideas or findings
B. Discussed possible applications
Total Score (42 possible)
Score
CONCLUSION
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