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Lesson Observation

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by vix62, Apr 10, 2011.

  1. Hi freebird06. Have you been given any direction with which areas they want you to teach/focus on etc? Also do you know the age of the children?
    Vix.
     
  2. All ive been told is that there will be 5children from p scales to nc 1 and that they will have pmld autism , sld etc
     
  3. Oooh that's tricky when you don't even know their age to make it age appropriate etc. I'm trying to think of a lesson that you could adapt easily throughout it if it's not going as you imagined, if you know what I mean. When is it? I'll have a good think and get back to you, sorry if thats not helpful.
    Vicx
     

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