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19 year Greek Student - advice please!

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by TrojanWomen, Dec 11, 2011.

  1. So sorry that I have posted this 3 times but I'm not sure where it fits best!
    I have applied to UK universities for a place on an early years teaching degree and I'm volunteering at a day care centre in Greece. Children 2-4 years.
    Up to now I've just been 'helping' but my English teacher who is helping me with my IELTS preparation says I should do something more structured to impress the admissions' tutors!
    So my question - does anyone have an observation worksheet that I could use and some tips on what I should be observing??
    Thanks for any help
    Villy
     
  2. So sorry that I have posted this 3 times but I'm not sure where it fits best!
    I have applied to UK universities for a place on an early years teaching degree and I'm volunteering at a day care centre in Greece. Children 2-4 years.
    Up to now I've just been 'helping' but my English teacher who is helping me with my IELTS preparation says I should do something more structured to impress the admissions' tutors!
    So my question - does anyone have an observation worksheet that I could use and some tips on what I should be observing??
    Thanks for any help
    Villy
     

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