You should have a Skills Assessment Worksheet at the beginning of your teaching career to give you an overview of what you need to teach and how you might go about achieving your aims. The worksheet will have a list of different educational areas, such as maths, English, science, the arts and geography and allow you to state exactly what you will need to teach, why you want to teach and which skills you feel you need to develop as you progress through your teaching career.
Once you have your outline written, you can begin to put it into action by creating a work plan which will see you becoming the teacher that all your students find of interest and find you are able to fill in their needs for learning and development. Your plan should include what you want to do to develop these skills and how to do this. The teaching skills assessment worksheet will help you structure your teaching into an effective educational environment for the students in your classes.
You should also take into account specific things that may seem less relevant but are necessary for you to be able to cover all aspects of the curriculum. For example, if you want to be able to cover the general ideas of all subjects, you need to be able to have certain knowledge about the subject that will help you to understand and apply the concepts that you will be covering. In most cases, the basic qualifications that all teachers need to have include Maths and English, so it is very important that you have the right way of putting down your aims and objectives.
The first section of the worksheet will cover you basics and should state that you will be using the skills assessment worksheet to assess the level of knowledge and skills that you bring to your profession. It will also list the levels of abilities you have, with each of the skills listed below either being completed or needing further work. Each level of ability will be based on the level of knowledge and skills that you have at that particular level. The skills assessed will be those of reading, writing, speaking, listening, math, science and the rest of the common core subjects.
Once this section has been completed, you should then consider the level of development that you want to see the student to achieve at the end of the year. There are several ways to set out your aims, the simplest being setting yourself an ultimate goal that you can achieve in a specified time frame. Other methods include setting out a stage in which you expect the student to progress, for example learning the science of building to the theory of Newtonian Physics.
The next section of the Skills Assessment Worksheet will state what you can teach and the skills that you need to develop to be able to teach them. Some examples of what you can teach will include biology, chemistry, geometry, grammar, political science, psychology, social studies, technology and so on.
Developing skills to teach the skills that you list is the next section of the assessment worksheet and should be planned carefully so that the individual components of the curriculum can be taught in a way that makes sense to the student. Remember that the student may not be able to understand the structure of your lesson at the time, and that there will be a way in which you can improve upon it so that the student will be able to have some understanding of it.
Finally, the last section of the Skills Assessment Worksheet will cover the skills that you will be developing as you go along as you prepare to teach your students. This includes skills such as learning procedures, listening and writing, reading and so on. The areas where you will develop these skills are the ones that you marked in the initial section of the worksheet.