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Just wondered.....

Discussion in 'Primary' started by star17, May 28, 2011.

  1. Heya

    I've got an interview where I have to teach a lesson on creative writing. At risk of sounding daft... does this mean they are looking for an activity linked to a narrative -e.g. character description etc or would I be able to do something else, e.g. writing an advert or doing something else a bit different which is still 'creative' writing but not linked to a narrative.

    Thanks in advance if able to help.
     
  2. cinnamonsquare

    cinnamonsquare Occasional commenter

    Creative writing tends to mean narrative in my school, even though children are generally expected and encouraged to be "creative" in most of their writing!

    I would ask the interviewing school for clarification of the task if unsure though.
     

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