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Success criteria for Time in maths

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by katykatykins, May 8, 2012.

  1. I am on preparing a lesson for an observation tomorrow and need it to be perfect.
    I've sorted my learning objectives; calculate time intervals, find start/end times. I have an idea of my lesson content - pupils to listen to a story about a character who can't tell the time, and the must use clues in the story to show the character the times he needs on their individual clocks.
    However, success criteria has always stumped me!! Anyone got any tips or ideas for creating it for this lesson?
    Thanks [​IMG]
     
  2. I am on preparing a lesson for an observation tomorrow and need it to be perfect.
    I've sorted my learning objectives; calculate time intervals, find start/end times. I have an idea of my lesson content - pupils to listen to a story about a character who can't tell the time, and the must use clues in the story to show the character the times he needs on their individual clocks.
    However, success criteria has always stumped me!! Anyone got any tips or ideas for creating it for this lesson?
    Thanks [​IMG]
     

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