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Interview advice (Year 1)

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by petrapan, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. 45 minutes, 30 children, must be literacy.

    Do I choose an objective from Year 1 at this late stage in the year or is it best to lean towards Year 2? I'm not really sure what they'll already have covered at this stage.
    Which sort of lessons work best as a one off with this age group? I was thinking of sharing a poem and getting children to develop their own lines to add to a class poem but wondering if I should be getting them writing more. I've had such mixed feedback from 2 previous interview lessons- first felt the children didn't make enough progress, so second time around I pitched activities to ensure progress was clearly evident and was told I had been too ambitious in the short space of time allocated. I'm starting to run out of steam tbh.

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