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Choose an artefact linked to the subject which you wish to teach and prepare a 3 minute spoken presentation explaining how you might use this artefact with secondary aged pupils in one of your lessons.

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Hi adekunletosin1

Once I watched a fabulous interview for someone wanting to teach Secondary History they had this task. They brought in a shield however it was misshapen and hard to identify. I had no idea what it was at first! It's not really about the object but the person I was interviewing captivated my interest. I wanted to know what it was! I then started to really study the object and focus as students would and of course I asked questions. My point is make it simple like this person did, create interest and fun! So that the people interviewing understand and can see your passion for your subject. Let them touch if possible and feel the object if its virtual do it yourself and describe to them how it would feel etc.

It wasn't until the end of the session that we got told actually what the object was, which again created an excellent ending. If you need further help and support if you don't already have an Get Into Teaching adviser, we'd be able to plan and prepare for this interview specifically. Call 0800 389 2500 (Mon - Fri, 8:30am - 5pm) and ask for one asap!

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Olivia
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