I'm not asking for advice on the actual lesson content . Just some housekeeping questions really as this is my very first interview (I'm an NQT). 1) Will I be given time to set up in the classroom, or just taken in to the room with the children already there? (I realise this may differ so am interested in people's experiences). 2) Is it normal procedure to break the 30 minutes down like a normal lesson, eg. 10 min intro, 15 min independent activities, 5 min plenary? 3) As far as differentiation goes, the activity I have planned is the sort of activity that I'd expect all children to be capable of- but some will produce better 'results' than others or complete more work. I don't want it to come across as if my idea of differentiation is just "oh you can do 5 and you can do 3", though (it isn't!) but I feel that having different activities would just complicate things in such a short lesson. Would be interested in views on this. 4) Should I indicate on the lesson plan how I would extend activities if this was an hour-long lesson, or just have a plan for my 30 minute lesson? Many thanks.