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Help! Interview in KS2 after 10 year absence...

Discussion in 'Primary' started by lilypie, May 19, 2019.

  1. lilypie

    lilypie New commenter


    Please can anybody help me.... I've got an interview this week teaching a Yr 3 group. I'm not necessarily after lesson ideas as really I need to pull that one out of the bag and prove I've still got it... however, a lot has changed since I was last in a primary classroom! I'm not confident with a smartboard so not even going to try it. Am thinking maybe a practical maths game to keep their interest hopefully. I don't know what to do about a written plan, what sort of detail and headings are used nowadays? Does anybody have a simple lesson plan they would be happy to share? Really grateful for any tips or info! Thank you.
  2. eliot371

    eliot371 New commenter

    Hi, I'm in UKS2, but in an observation my head would want to see challenge, tasks that chn can choose level they wish, questions which encourage thinking and extn tasks that build on understanding.
    Plan doesn't need to be too detailed, just to show how you're differentiating, directing other adults, etc.
    Good luck!
    Lara mfl 05 likes this.
  3. catbefriender

    catbefriender Lead commenter

    Good luck in getting an interview after being on the other side for 10 years .Go in there and knock 'em dead!

    Lara mfl 05 likes this.
  4. nical73

    nical73 Occasional commenter

    Fluency, reasoning and challenge

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