I have prepared this lesson from scratch on the topic “Renewable versus Non-Renewable resources” for year 7 mixed ability, because I have been invited for a Geography teacher job interview at [This comment/image/section has been removed for breaching our Community Guidelines/Terms and conditions] on 11th May 2016. Duration of the lesson is 25 minutes. For starter, with a selection of photos for pupils to use, I’ve showed a range of environments, from Britain and elsewhere, with the connection that they all show a potential source of energy – for example, a wind coast, a hot desert, forest and a coal mine. Pupils then matched each photo to one energy resource. For main activities I differentiated and explained both type of energy resources – renewable and non-renewable with examples and asked students to list in the appropriate place the energy resources, shown in a table – 3 minutes. After this, I asked students to do next task - Choose the best sites for different types of power station by using provided map of the UK – 5 minutes. As an extension task for high ability students – to research a country in an atlas to choose a best renewable energy resource. The structure of the lesson: Title: Renewable versus Non-Renewable resources; LO: Distinguish between renewable and non-renewable energy resources. Success criteria: Bronze – to list renewable and non-renewable resources - 3; Silver - choose the best sites for different types of power stations - 4; Gold - research a country from an atlas to choose the best renewable energy resource - 5. Key words: Renewable Energy Wind farm Non-renewable Energy Solar power Fossil fuels Geothermal power Starter – 8 minutes; Main activity – 15 minutes Plenary – 2 minutes The lesson-presentation can be seen on Youtube - The feedback of my lesson from the observer Head of Department was negative and because of this, the Headteacher asked me to leave the interview because of not good geographical knowledge. WHAT WRONG DID I DO? I appreciate your feedback.