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Thoughts please......

Discussion in 'Music' started by julieh533, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. I have my first interview in 14yrs very soon!!!!
    I have to teach a 20 minute lesson to yr8's on rhythm and pitch using vocal resources. Any ideas? Need to be inspiring and vibrant!
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. I have my first interview in 14yrs very soon!!!!
    I have to teach a 20 minute lesson to yr8's on rhythm and pitch using vocal resources. Any ideas? Need to be inspiring and vibrant!
    Thanks in advance
     
  3. bod99

    bod99 New commenter

    Here's a gentle suggestion. Why not outline what you plan to do and ask for opinions on that? You'll probably get more positive suggestions and advice than if you just ask for someone to plan your lesson for you.

     
  4. Bods advice is sound, however I would also add make sure your lessons has some at least one gentle learning objective. Don't spend a lot of time talking or explaining. Make the task simple and fun. Don't try to pack too much into the nlesson, 20 minutes is nothing. Remember, in 20 minutes they are not expecting the national curriculum, they are watching to see how well you interact with the children, whether you can manage them and yourself.
     

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