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Hello all!

I am currently in the process of Teacher Training and have interviews to get onto SCITT or School Direct courses over the next couple of weeks. I am hoping to get onto a Design & Technology Course (specialising in textiles)

For the interviews I have to teach 10 minute lesson as well as individual interviews which is all fine. However for the interview section I am asked to bring in an artefact/photograph or object which is relevant to my subject and explain how I would enthuse the students of all ages with it.

I don't know whether it's because I am panicking but I cannot think of anything to bring or what they are looking for in this aspect of the interview.
Would something I made myself through studies be odd?

Any help would be appreciated!!

Thank you

Katie
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Hello all!

I am currently in the process of Teacher Training and have interviews to get onto SCITT or School Direct courses over the next couple of weeks. I am hoping to get onto a Design & Technology Course (specialising in textiles)

For the interviews I have to teach 10 minute lesson as well as individual interviews which is all fine. However for the interview section I am asked to bring in an artefact/photograph or object which is relevant to my subject and explain how I would enthuse the students of all ages with it.

I don't know whether it's because I am panicking but I cannot think of anything to bring or what they are looking for in this aspect of the interview.
Would something I made myself through studies be odd?

Any help would be appreciated!!

Thank you

Katie
Congrats on your interview. What about a patchwork rug or something? So you can say i's made up of different materials/colours and can be different shapes/sizes but you are the one who shows them how to piece it all together. Something like that?

That's tricky!
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Thank you! Have so much to organise before them but getting there!

That's a good idea, I was thinking of doing something similar but with a knitted jumper! Just because i specialise in knitted textiles, but a patchwork quilt would be much more versatile I think. It's difficult to know what they want, wether it needs to be something they would do in class or not.
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