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Slightly confused about PGCE Presentation

Discussion in 'Religious Education' started by dellybean, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. Would love if someone could help me out!
    I am attending my PGCE interview for RE soon and although I know I must prepare a presentation on an area of religion that interests me, I do not know how to pitch it! Do I present as if teaching on key stage 3 or 4 level, or do I present at a higher academic level as if presenting to the actual interviewers?
    I am just not sure if they are looking for my academic ability or my ability to teach academics to young people? I do not know whether to be fun & interactive or verge more on the academic side of things....
    Would appreciate any help.
     
  2. Would love if someone could help me out!
    I am attending my PGCE interview for RE soon and although I know I must prepare a presentation on an area of religion that interests me, I do not know how to pitch it! Do I present as if teaching on key stage 3 or 4 level, or do I present at a higher academic level as if presenting to the actual interviewers?
    I am just not sure if they are looking for my academic ability or my ability to teach academics to young people? I do not know whether to be fun & interactive or verge more on the academic side of things....
    Would appreciate any help.
     
  3. At mine we were given the option in advance - a presentation on a religious artefact either pitched at a) at KS3 class or b) explaining how you could incorporate that artefact into a lesson.

    I would choose either and explain your choice to the interviewers before you begin. Good luck!
     

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