Hi all, I am hoping you can help Last time I posted on here was due to my lack of finding anything job wise in my field (Photography) since then I have had a couple of interviews and I have been working on supply in secondary schools which has really helped with my behaviour management and confidence as a teacher... I have an interview next week for a role as Art & Photography teacher which I'm really excited about. I have been asked to pitch a 50 min lesson to a group of year 9 pupils on Portraiture. My initial idea was to focus on just Portrait Photography.. which I would feel confident in as I have checked and their is no preference for my approach. Since then I have sat down and thought it may be best to link portraiture in art and photography together - My idea is to get the pupils thinking and looking at famous paintings and the importance of 3 key areas to create them. The Sitter, The Pose and The Composition. I would then demonstrate this as if I would be setting up a studio portrait session with the students inputs - then set the students a handout task with various little activities according to the new information I have provided them with as a bit of informal assessment. I do not want to go in straight with Photography as I feel the post is for an Art & Photography position and it is important for me to demonstrate this despite this I know my strengths in photography would make for a good lesson. any suggestions welcome!