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Interview Help!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by krafteekeys, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. Hi, I qualified last July although had a few confidence issues and ended up supplying then teaching one to one literacy for ten weeks this year. I am now working as a TA with a special needs child and loving my job but feel I need to get a job soon! I have an interview on Monday, its a twenty minute maths lesson with ten year 3 children. There is no particular focus, I have been debating a very active maths lesson, depending on space obv. Any ideas on what I could base my LO on?
    Thanks so much!
    Krafteekeys
     
  2. Hi, I qualified last July although had a few confidence issues and ended up supplying then teaching one to one literacy for ten weeks this year. I am now working as a TA with a special needs child and loving my job but feel I need to get a job soon! I have an interview on Monday, its a twenty minute maths lesson with ten year 3 children. There is no particular focus, I have been debating a very active maths lesson, depending on space obv. Any ideas on what I could base my LO on?
    Thanks so much!
    Krafteekeys
     
  3. cariad2

    cariad2 New commenter

    They Year 3 blocks from the Primary Framework are here.
    http://nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/primary/primaryframework/mathematicsframework
    I'm sure that once you've chosen your Learning Objectives and thought of some ideas for a lesson based on your LO, then plenty of people will offer constructive criticism of them. My experience is in Early Years and KS1, so I wouldn't be any use, but I'm sure there are plenty of KS2 people in here who would be happy to look at your ideas.
     

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