Interview Lesson

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  1. emtrad

    emtrad New Member

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    Hello Teachers:

    I am in the process of interviewing for a great Special Education position at a Charter School in Chicago. I really want this job as it would be my dream job.

    Anyways, I completed the first portion of the interview, and am now onto the followup interview in which I have been asked to teach a lesson to 8-10 children. The reason why I am stuck is most of my experience is with early childhood and these students are 1st-3rd graders.

    Do any of you have a "WOW' lesson that I could modify and use for this interview?

    Thank so much
    Evan
     
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  3. czacza

    czacza Multitudinous

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    any particular subject area?
     
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    Daisyd Rookie

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    Your early childhood experience is an asset!! You're used to short attentions spans and know how to mix things up and change pace to keep their interest. That's a gift! I'm sure you'll do well.
     
  5. emtrad

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    no particular subject area... and thanks Im hoping the experience will help
     

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