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lesson observation ideas

Discussion in 'English' started by dew_a_change, Mar 7, 2011.

  1. Hi all,

    I need some ideas for a one-off lesson for ks3. I want to focus on writing skills as all my classes have been dealing with reading AFs for some time now and are secure in reading skills.

    I need to be able to tick off all the ofsted criteria, but i want the lesson to show progression too. In addition I want to be able to show I am catering for G+T students.

    Any ideas would be much appreciated
     
  2. Hi all,

    I need some ideas for a one-off lesson for ks3. I want to focus on writing skills as all my classes have been dealing with reading AFs for some time now and are secure in reading skills.

    I need to be able to tick off all the ofsted criteria, but i want the lesson to show progression too. In addition I want to be able to show I am catering for G+T students.

    Any ideas would be much appreciated
     

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