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What constitutes an 'outstanding' lesson these days?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by DJL, Dec 3, 2010.

  1. glossolalia

    glossolalia New commenter

    @MrRyus teacher's with an apostrophe. Are you sure ?
     
  2. glossolalia

    glossolalia New commenter

    plenaries not plenarys.
     
  3. glossolalia

    glossolalia New commenter

    funny not fuuny. Now even I'm doing it. fro instead of for.
     
  4. I totally agree with what you said, my only probably is that my children are only 4 and the expectations are still the same, I am still finding in difficult to find the balance to gain a 'good' when they find it hard to work unaided at such as young age.
     

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