- Include a hypothesis slide after your background/introduction information. This should include the solution you propose and what you predict will happen if your solution is implemented. It’s indicated on the “Problem” slide, but you want to have a slide that specifically states the Hypothesis.
- Include information from your statistical analysis.
- Make sure to consider differing perspectives as well! What would someone who disagrees with your approach say about how to solve the problem? How can you refute their objections?

### Module 4: Post-observation Conference with Field Supervisor (PoP Cycle 1) TCAP Components #3. Instructional Unit & #4. Analysis of

Module 4: Post-observation Conference with Field Supervisor (PoP Cycle 1) TCAP Components #3. Instructional Unit & #4. Analysis of Student Work · Post Observation Conference– not later than 3-4 days after the Formal Lesson Observation. All these MUST be submitted 24 hours prior the meeting: 1. Submit the same Students