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Course Exam

490003 VO Didactics and Classroom Research (2019S)

3.00 ECTS (1.00 SWS), SPL 49 - Lehrer*innenbildung


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Examination topics

Examination material: Lecture and obligatory basic literature
Please note that the contents of the lecture as well as the compulsory literature are also contents of the accompanying proseminar.
You will find the examination material incl. the basic literature on Moodle.

Assessment and permitted materials

Type of performance assessment: Multiple Choice Test, MC and SC
Allowed aids: none.
30 questions: both Single Choice and Multiple Choice
For a positive grade, 15 of them must be answered correctly.
The calculation is based on partial points.
Enough: 50 - 64 correctly answered questions
Satisfactory: 65 - 79 correctly answered questions
Good: 80 - 90 correctly answered questions
Very good: 91 - 100 correctly answered questions

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Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

Miminum requirements and assessment standard
Students have acquired initial skills in observing lessons and are able to independently carry out and document smaller observation sequences as part of their internship. They can distinguish between describing and interpreting observed teaching sequences.
They have gained initial experience in planning lessons and can link and justify their planning concepts as well as short sequences they have taught themselves with findings from teaching and learning research.

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