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Need help with interview presentation!

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by dafscrum1986, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. Hi, I have an interview for a lecturing job in Hartpury college on Wednesday (10th August). I have to prepare a 10 minute presentation, here is the title:
    "You will be delivering modules and complementary qualifications to both Level 2 and Level 3 students across both fitness and coaching strands. How would you manage and plan for this in your lessons?"
    I haven't got a clue where to start or what angle to go at it?? Any help would be appreciated. Im thinking that I should talk about scheme of work/lesson planning, perhaps an example lesson plan for a fitness testing and training lesson, and a sports coaching lesson (or maybe CSLA)?
    This is my first teaching interview so I really don't know if im on the right track.
    Thanks
     
  2. Hi, I have an interview for a lecturing job in Hartpury college on Wednesday (10th August). I have to prepare a 10 minute presentation, here is the title:
    "You will be delivering modules and complementary qualifications to both Level 2 and Level 3 students across both fitness and coaching strands. How would you manage and plan for this in your lessons?"
    I haven't got a clue where to start or what angle to go at it?? Any help would be appreciated. Im thinking that I should talk about scheme of work/lesson planning, perhaps an example lesson plan for a fitness testing and training lesson, and a sports coaching lesson (or maybe CSLA)?
    This is my first teaching interview so I really don't know if im on the right track.
    Thanks
     
  3. stopwatch

    stopwatch Occasional commenter

    I am afraid I cannot help you with this one, but I would guess someone like Pobble could.
    However:
    If you have applied for the job, presumably they will be expecting you to have the knowledge, qualifications and experience to be able to find this 10 minute presentation a fairly straightforwarrd task.
    You say you 'haven't got a clue where to start or what angle to go at it'
    Does this not worry you?
     
  4. No not worried at all.
     
  5. Don't worry. I have an interview there as well tomorrow and found the question rather broad.
    Good luck planning and all that!
     
  6. How did yours go in the end?

    2 posts; best of luck!
     
  7. Yeah...
     

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