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Interview help!!!!!! -not had job since July

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by amelie1005, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. Hi

    I wanted to do Walking Jungle
    for an interview lesson, it is only 20 minutes. Has anyone done this
    with their reception class or as an interview lesson before? I have small finger puppets for the animals in the story.
    Othwerise I thought I could do Jaspers Beanstalk, reading the story and then get the children to pretend to be beans, starting to grow once Jaspers goes through the motions.
    I
    would also like to do a plan of activities plus extension activities
    etc....different areas of learning for follow up activities that I can
    talk about in the interiew.


    I have completed an NQT year but have not had a job since July so feeling a little bit out of practice!!!!!!!!!

    Any suggestions for the lesson appreciated!!!!!!

    Does anyone have a general blank lesson plan? Things lost on my computer so not sure how to do it!!!

    Thanks
    Amelie [​IMG]
     
  2. Have they given you any criteria? like a specific area of learning or learning objective?
    And have you looked in the resource section? There is a section for stories in the EYs, CLL section. There are also lots of planning formats.
    For my current post (that I started this term) , I had to teach a half hour lesson with a "writing" focus. I used some of the ideas I found on here for "Dear Zoo" and adapted them for "Dear Santa". (as my interview was near Christmas)
    If you come back with an objective or area of learning I may be able to help you more.
    (I had also not had a job since July, so understand how this can affect your confidence)
     
  3. All the letter said was to do a 20 minute lesson. I'd like to do one of those stories ad
    I'm familiar with them. I guess I'd like a cll objective so my idea was to read story, then reread it getting children to pretend to be beans growing while jasper goes through the motions!
    Any more suggestions great!
     

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