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READING INTERVIEW OBSERVATION

Discussion in 'Primary' started by zuzanna1997, Nov 18, 2019.

  1. zuzanna1997

    zuzanna1997 New commenter

    I have a lesson observation next week in a Year 4 class- it has to be based on reading or vocabulary. I have many ideas but I'm not sure if any of them are any good. Does anyone have any advice about how to make the lesson engaging?
     
  2. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    Well there are many ways to make lessons engaging, but it does very much depend on the class and your own personality on which of the many ways will work for you.
     
  3. BTBAM85

    BTBAM85 New commenter

    Tell a tiny story, read something like Voices in the Park (but for Y4) and make them do a role play, infer and retrieve in questions, maybe they can write a review etc
     
  4. celago22

    celago22 Occasional commenter

    I have done inference based on a picture then relate it to a short extract. It has worked every time and been engaging.
     
  5. celago22

    celago22 Occasional commenter

    This is quite a lot for an interview lesson. Keep it simple with 1 objective.
     
    Pomza and Lara mfl 05 like this.

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