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    Hi everyone, I'm looking for some interview advice!

    I've been asked as part of my interview next week to plan a 15 minute Maths activity for a class of primary age children. Not sure exactly what age they are yet or if I can use ICT, am going to phone and ask tomorrow.

    Does anyone have any advice or ideas for such a short lesson? The subject is 'remembering subtraction facts'. I was thinking of a simple game to assess what the children know but I want to make it fun and interesting.

    Has anyone else had to teach for a short lesson before and what do you think they are looking for? Is it more about your interaction and manner with the children or the lesson? I wasn't planning to use ICT in case it goes wrong, but would this be a disadvantage?
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