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    I've got an interview coming up and I'm supposed to bring a resource I would use in the classroom but I'm not sure what exactly it means. Has anyone who's done an interview got any tips?
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    [QUOTE=S_Russell_;69608190]I've got an interview coming up and I'm supposed to bring a resource I would use in the classroom but I'm not sure what exactly it means. Has anyone who's done an interview got any tips?[/QUOTE Hi, I've done a few interviews before. Not at Cumbria but I'm from Cumbria haha. I brough to for my first interview a book "Dr Seuss' Oh the places you'll go" and explained how I wouldn't look at the rhyming and look at the geography and brought appropriate work sheets and the next interviews I brought some ducks- explaining about maths (5little ducks) size, quantity, fractions etc. I also did geography and habitat with the ducks. Other ideas could be, an apple-printing arts and crafts, decay, healthy/unhealthy (science) lots of things really. All depends on the target age and how it links to the NC good luck, Just make sure you explain your points and how you would make the lesson engaging and fun but also informative

    P.s I got offers from all my interviews so good luck x
 
 
 
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