Love the photo! Is it yours? I feel that what you need is differentiation taken to its extreme, in the sense that you could start off with 2 possible objectives, and then be flexible from the start. When you have seen how they cope, you can decide which way you will take the class. My experience in observing interview lessons is that one of the worst things is when the teacher gets the level wrong, can see that it's wrong, but sticks to it like grim death because that's what s/he has prepared. And one of the best things is seeing how a teacher assesses the class's needs and is flexible, amending what is done to meet them. Best wishes _______________________________________ TheoGriff. Member of the TES Careers Advice Service. For the full TES Weekend Workshop programme please visit www.tes.co.uk/careerseminars or contact advice @ tes.co.uk for one-to-one sessions.