I felt much more comfortable doing this than I was for Lab A. There was a few things I thought I did good. I thought my voice was much louder than the first lab, and I could hear myself over all the noise the jump-ropes were making. When I gave feedback to the students, it was specific and cue related. I would say "nice toe out" or "way to put the weight on one foot" for example. I also liked how I moved around the whole gym to examine the students while they were participating in the activity and practicing. Another aspect was during my closing, I put their backs to the cues while I was check for understanding and I "dangled the carrot" for the next lesson by saying we would be learning the best jump-rope skill ever.
On the negative side, I would've liked to have a little more activity with the students, but being only a 6-7 minute lesson, it was tough to do that and make sure I got enough instruction out to my students. I think I could also bring a little more energy to the class as well. At the beginning I used hopscotch as a hook, but I didn't think it was a very strong hook but that's what this is all about is teaching, watching, and learning how to improve every time we go out and teach!
Also I have my lesson plan, time management, vocal transcript , and my evaluation sheet from my TA posted. just click on either of the 3 links in the