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Lesson observation

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by kitkatchocolate, May 6, 2012.

  1. Dear Theo,
    I have been shortlisted for a teaching post and my lesson observation is this Tuesday. The letter states that it will last 30 minutes and they want me to teach a stand alone literacy lesson that is creative.
    Will they be expecting to see a written outcome? Im thinking because I only have 30 minutes I am going to concentrate on the delivery which is very creative!!!

     
  2. Dear Theo,
    I have been shortlisted for a teaching post and my lesson observation is this Tuesday. The letter states that it will last 30 minutes and they want me to teach a stand alone literacy lesson that is creative.
    Will they be expecting to see a written outcome? Im thinking because I only have 30 minutes I am going to concentrate on the delivery which is very creative!!!

     
  3. Ladykaza

    Ladykaza Senior commenter

    Which age group is it? Just thinking that, with older children, you could expect a short written task as part of a 30 min lesson. BTW if you want Theo to definitely see your question you need to put 'Dear Theo' in your title
     

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