Hi Im a PGCE student and I have my link tutor coming in next week to observe a lesson but he has chosen to observe my worst class and I really want it to be a good lesson. They are a year 8 group bottom set with 90% of the pupils have 'general learning difficulties'. We are doing Buddhism and I have one lesson this week prior to the observed lesson to setup what I will be doing next lesson. We have looked at the life of the Buddha and the four sights, and looked at modern day versions. Now I can either focus on the enlightnement part of the story next lesson and then look at the idea of karma and rebirth in the observed lesson or I can do karma this week and then do something like four noble truths for the observed lesson. Truthfully I just want them to behave and look like they are enjoying it. I have one pupil who constantly shouts out inappropriatley but today he was really good doing a poster - however whilst he was really good the rest got easily bored and disaffected especially those who aren't good at drawing. I want something that will get them all involved and interested but can still maintain behaviour. I think a lot of the behaviour problems are to do with problems engaging them. Anyway any suggestions for this impossible query??????