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Paternity Leave SOW

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by tommydramaboy, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. Help...
    I am going to go on Paternity leave at some point in February and I am looking for a three lesson SOW for my year nines. I teach at an all girl state school.
    These are my criteria!
    • It must be simple to follow- I don't know if I'll have a speacilist Drama teacher covering me yet.
    • It must be active - The girls will go bonkers with too much written work- although they do have work books for some note taking.
    Any ideas gratefully appreciated... I have the other years sussed!
    Tom

     
  2. Help...
    I am going to go on Paternity leave at some point in February and I am looking for a three lesson SOW for my year nines. I teach at an all girl state school.
    These are my criteria!
    • It must be simple to follow- I don't know if I'll have a speacilist Drama teacher covering me yet.
    • It must be active - The girls will go bonkers with too much written work- although they do have work books for some note taking.
    Any ideas gratefully appreciated... I have the other years sussed!
    Tom

     

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