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Interview lesson - numeracy

Discussion in 'Primary' started by DB9required, May 29, 2011.

  1. I have a 20 min interview lesson next week (Thurs). I have to teach a group of 25 year 1/2s a maths lesson. Would really appreciate constructive comments........ LO: Solve mathematical problems or puzzles/ Know addition and subtraction facts up to 10. How about 'Four-pin Bowling'. On board numbered 1-4 (either models or pictures). Which pins must they knock down to score exactly 5? This would be provided in physical/picture format for the chn to use to have number bonds up to 10 (LA, if identified, would continue with the 1-4, moving onto the 10 bonds if appropriate). Extension/Differentiation pins that would have number bonds of 20. Envisage doing this as a paired activity.
     
  2. I have a 20 min interview lesson next week (Thurs). I have to teach a group of 25 year 1/2s a maths lesson. Would really appreciate constructive comments........ LO: Solve mathematical problems or puzzles/ Know addition and subtraction facts up to 10. How about 'Four-pin Bowling'. On board numbered 1-4 (either models or pictures). Which pins must they knock down to score exactly 5? This would be provided in physical/picture format for the chn to use to have number bonds up to 10 (LA, if identified, would continue with the 1-4, moving onto the 10 bonds if appropriate). Extension/Differentiation pins that would have number bonds of 20. Envisage doing this as a paired activity.
     
  3. This activity would take my year 2 children about 5 minutes to complete as there are so few possibilities. I don't think an interview panel would be overly impressed with seing something lifted straight from the puzzles and problems book either.
     

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