I went a bit crazy on one interview lesson. Instead of the usual MFL holiday lesson of listening and repeating holiday vocab.... I had them designing their own "holiday island". My lesson went slower than I had planned (and it was only 30mins) and the bell went for break time. In the feedback afterwards I was told they were amazing because all the pupils were still engaged and trying to finish off their island... I didn't like to suggest it was because a member of SLT was sat there too! I got the job! Another interview I had to teach a group sports/hobbies and went for the traditional listen, repeat, use approach. I did get pupils up at the front acting out sports etc.... I then discovered they were acting out sports/hobbies I'd not taught them that half lesson....... The previous candidate had just given a lesson on the exact same topic so it was hard for me to show they'd learned anything from me because the pupils seem to view it as one lesson taught by 2 people.