Hi Everyone, I have an interview at a Boys' Independent School, prestigious and central in the community and I am nervous as hell!! I have worked in the state sector for the last 8 years and in education for the past 16 years, as mentor and assistant pastoral leader and this post is a teacher of English. I applied for a change of teaching and learning experience. I have been asked to teach for 25 minutes, All Quiet on the Western Front - focusing on structure. Can anyone offer advice? Also, can anyone offer advice on teaching and learning questions that may come up, if I get past a decent teaching experience? This will be a challenge but I believe I can offer the students a teaching experience that will engage them passionately and productively. I just need to do justice at the interview. I currently teach 100 minute lessons and unused to preparing for such a short observational experience. Help!!!