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Hilfe!? Advice sought for German lesson observation with top set year 10

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by Ostpreussen, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. Hi,
    Wonder if anyone can help out!?
    I have a per. management observation with a top set year 10 on Monday focusing on gifted and talented.
    We have been doing Sport and Fitness as a topic and we have just done work on the imperfect subjunctive and the conditional before that.
    My line manager has told me that I need to incoporate something "new" into their learning and there will need to be progress shown. there are 7 G& T pupils in the class.
    Any ideas? Ideally I would like to incorporate some roleplays into the observation.
    Any ideas would be most welcome as I am panicking somewhat and hate being observed!
    vielen Dank,
  2. Why not focus on questions and the outcome could be an interview with a famous sportsperson about healthy living/sports etc. For a practice activity you could do a blind date set up where they ask each other questions and then when you ring the bell they move on to the next person. You give them a chart to rate each other on their range of questions and conversely on the quality of language in the answers.

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