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Romeo & Juliet for observed lesson

Discussion in 'English' started by Shelley_C_1985, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. Our school have bought in Ofsted inspectors for faculty reviews after half term, and I am being observed with Year 9 where I am opening a unit looking at Romeo & Juliet. Has anyone got any ideas for hw to kick start a new unit, with an Ofsted inspector in the room?! They are top set, but the behaviour can lead much to be desired, although they are usually excellent when observed.

    Any advice greatly appreciated :)

    Thanks,
    Shelley x
     
  2. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

  3. EmmaBB

    EmmaBB New commenter

    Something to do with the prologue? Or focus on a theme?

    There's a PPT on the resource bank somewhere which I did as an introduction to the play, themes and characters.
     
  4. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    Shelley_C_1985
    If you click on EmmaBB's name at the top of her post it will take you to the resource she mentions.
    (Sorry if you already knew that - but thought it would be an easy way for you to find it!)
     

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