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'Two Weeks with the Queen' Ofsted ideas please

Discussion in 'English' started by beckpred, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. beckpred

    beckpred New commenter

    Eeeeek! We've had 'that' phonecall, and so the madness begins. Am pretty clear where I'm going with most of my lessons (teaching five periods on both days - just my luck!) but am stumped for a dazzling lesson for Gleitzman's play version of 'Two Weeks with the Queen'.

    It's an English lesson with a set three Year 8 class, who have targets ranging from a 4a to a 6c. We're about two thirds of the way through but I will see them once before Oftsed, so we could look at either Griff's death, the end of the play, or anywhere in between.

    Many thanks in advance.

     
  2. beckpred

    beckpred New commenter

    Eeeeek! We've had 'that' phonecall, and so the madness begins. Am pretty clear where I'm going with most of my lessons (teaching five periods on both days - just my luck!) but am stumped for a dazzling lesson for Gleitzman's play version of 'Two Weeks with the Queen'.

    It's an English lesson with a set three Year 8 class, who have targets ranging from a 4a to a 6c. We're about two thirds of the way through but I will see them once before Oftsed, so we could look at either Griff's death, the end of the play, or anywhere in between.

    Many thanks in advance.

     
  3. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

  4. beckpred

    beckpred New commenter

    Thanks Marlin - that has given me some fab ideas.
     

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