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Y5/6 Literacy observation- argument!

Discussion in 'English' started by hails35, Jan 14, 2012.

  1. Hi all,
    Hoping you can help. I am a trainee teacher (1 yr GTP) and my literacy lesson is being observed on Tuesday. The topic is argument which has already been introduced. I am wanting to start the lesson with the children listening to a song and picking out the argument within. Trouble is I can't find a suitable song! All the ones that would work really well are rap and contain strong language - so very inappropriate! If anyone can help I would really appreciate it! Also, if anyone has any other ideas or thinks the song starter is an awful idea - your experienced opinions would be more than welcome!
    Thanks in advance
    Hayley
     
  2. Hi all,
    Hoping you can help. I am a trainee teacher (1 yr GTP) and my literacy lesson is being observed on Tuesday. The topic is argument which has already been introduced. I am wanting to start the lesson with the children listening to a song and picking out the argument within. Trouble is I can't find a suitable song! All the ones that would work really well are rap and contain strong language - so very inappropriate! If anyone can help I would really appreciate it! Also, if anyone has any other ideas or thinks the song starter is an awful idea - your experienced opinions would be more than welcome!
    Thanks in advance
    Hayley
     

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