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PLEASE HELP! Interview lesson ideas!

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by fluffywhitecloud, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. fluffywhitecloud

    fluffywhitecloud New commenter

    Hi there,
    I am about to interview for a position after staying put in my current school for 3 years, and am fairly desperate to leave and secure this position due to the professional development available there.
    I have been asked to prepare a half hour activity for a mixed ability Yr 1/R group of 4/5 based around a book of my choice, although their current topic is water. The head has also emailed me saying that they are assessing how we communicate/build relationships with the children.
    Any bright ideas? I'd like it to be fun, active and creative.
    Thank you!
     
  2. fluffywhitecloud

    fluffywhitecloud New commenter

    Hi there,
    I am about to interview for a position after staying put in my current school for 3 years, and am fairly desperate to leave and secure this position due to the professional development available there.
    I have been asked to prepare a half hour activity for a mixed ability Yr 1/R group of 4/5 based around a book of my choice, although their current topic is water. The head has also emailed me saying that they are assessing how we communicate/build relationships with the children.
    Any bright ideas? I'd like it to be fun, active and creative.
    Thank you!
     

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