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Lesson Observation!!!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by aandyr123, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. aandyr123

    aandyr123 New commenter

    Hello everone,
    I teach Year 2 and next week I will be teaching non-chronological reports. My literacy co-ordinator wants to observe a lesson on wednesday with the focus on "writing". Of course, mr reply was..."Yea- no problems!"

    My problem is on Wednesday they would have been doing research for their own non-chronological reports. Not much input....not much "writing" as such.
    Has anyone got any good ideas for a stand alone one-off lesson that i could teach on wednesday?
    Thank you in advance
    Andy.
     
  2. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    What about doing 'research' into openers/vocabulary found in chronological reports & making a 'toolkit' of phrases, ready to use for their own chron. reports?
     
  3. aandyr123

    aandyr123 New commenter

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