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PGCE Interview Help!

Discussion in 'Geography' started by catrin101, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. Hi I`ve got an interview for the PGCE in geog coming up. nI
    applied so long ago, I`d almost forgotten about it and am a little
    worried! Have to give a presentation on what I`d want in the curriculum-
    any ideas? Any advice re.
    subject specific concerns, new initiatives, changing subject content, engaging teaching methods etc?
     
  2. Hi I`ve got an interview for the PGCE in geog coming up. nI
    applied so long ago, I`d almost forgotten about it and am a little
    worried! Have to give a presentation on what I`d want in the curriculum-
    any ideas? Any advice re.
    subject specific concerns, new initiatives, changing subject content, engaging teaching methods etc?
     
  3. freckle06

    freckle06 Lead commenter

    I couldn't say for sure, but it is what you want in a curriculum, surely they're giving you a free choice? What are you interest in? Can you make it exciting to children and get them to learn something at the same time. You could spend hours perusing the National Curriculum and surfing the net, but I think you should try to be yourself.
    Good luck
     

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