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Interview lesson on 'space'

Discussion in 'Science' started by physics_suits_you, May 17, 2011.

  1. Sorry to sound a miserable old codger, but I get fed up of asking "why do you think we should plan your lesson?". YOU have applied for a job. YOU want to impress the school with YOUR lesson. So what do YOU think will be interesting? Submit that and I imagine several people will give suggestions for improvements, recommend alternatives or offer resources.
    But PLEASE - do the work yourself. If I was interviewing you, I would want to employ someone who can deliver interesting lessons every day, not someone who hasn't got an idea in their head. I always ask "if you were teaching XXX to class YYY, what would you do?", and I look for knowledge and inspiration.
    Good luck.
     
  2. That sounds like a good idea blazer thank you!
     

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