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help with interview activities

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by jinxit, Oct 17, 2011.

  1. Literacy-The Naughty Bus story is a lesson that I always find works really well in engaging the children and getting good speaking and listening outcomes. Have a wrapped present and ask children what do they think might be inside it-have some clues written on side and then after a few guesses reveal the naughty bus and the book whichhas all his naughty adventures. Then in a small group have a story bag prepared with props from the Naughty bus and allow the children to role the story.

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    Hi, whatever you do - base your activities on speaking and listening - that seems to be the big thing when it comes to interviews and lessons observations. Good luck :)
  3. Thank you for your ideas/suggestion! I am not going to use them as you described them rather to refelect on and find my own varation with other games. I like a focus 'on speaking and listening activity, I was thinkig along such lines and your suggestion just confirmed that it might be a good idea. By the way, I was offered a job at another school yesterday after a really gruelling interview and I accepted the offer. I am really pleased about it. So for this one, I had to withdraw my acceptance of the inteview. Thanks a lot for your genuine advice.
  4. oops,I've just noticed a few typos, sorry :)

  5. Well done :)

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