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Numeracy Observation year 5

Discussion in 'Primary' started by EmmRow, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. Hi I am an NQT having a general numeracy observation next week to see how I am going. However, the lesson is a one off lesson rather than a progressional lesson. I am sick at the mo and having a brain melt down can anyone suggest any lessons they have taught as one offs as suggestions please! We have just done coodinates, reflection. Thanks
  2. I was thinking angles?? not sure
  3. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    If you're really poorly you won't be able to do much hard thinking - poor you [​IMG]
    Have look at this resource here:
    It has got everything you need - lesson plan and resources for a one off lesson on revision of translation, rotation and reflection.
    There is another lesson from the same source, on angles you may wish to look at:
    If you don't like these, there are other resources on this site that could be very useful.
    Understanding space and shape:
    Hope you feel better soon.


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