I'm on my final block placement in a year 5 class and my teacher is observing my lessons several times this week and giving me feedback. Last year and in my first year, most of my lesson observations were regarded as good with outstanding features. I want to prove to myself that I can do better so does anyone have any advice please? I have looked at the ofsted criteria for an outstanding lesson and I know the teacher will have their own opinion on how good the lesson is. Just some general advice for how to impress would be great, apart from of course being able to show the lesson planning and having all the resources prepared and differentiation in place. I really want to teach great lessons but at the same time, for it not to be too big a departure from the way I've been teaching since and before Easter. I expect for the teacher to say it is good to be honest, rather than outstanding. I know a lot of people who were 'good' last year and now on their final placement, they've been told that their teaching is satisfactory. I don't want to drop so I want to do everything in my power to teach good lessons.