On 7/09/16, lynne wrote:
> On 7/07/16, Mia wrote:
>> I was asked to do a 20 minute demo lesson. I am an art
>> teacher. I was asked to bring in my own supplies, and
>> need a complete lesson. I assume the administrators will
>> be looking for an anticipatory set, intro to lesson,
>> connecting to another subject. Then the lesson will have
>> to be started and completed (I was told), then I need to
>> do a closing.
>> Is this really what administrators expect? A meaningful
>> art lesson takes more than a few minutes. Please any
>> advice you can lend will be most appreciated, I really
>> want this position.
>> This is for middle school.
>> Thank you in advance,
> Yes, but a good administrator will also understand that
> it's not typical to do a complete middle school art lesson
> in 20 minutes. Do your best to do a short 20-minute lesson
> with anticipatory set, closure, etc., but you after the
> demo you might also explain how that 20-minute lesson would
> fit into a larger lesson or unit. I.e. "if we'd had more
> time, we would have..." or "so our next steps if we were to
> continue this short lesson into another lesson tomorrow
> would be...." or how what you taught fits into a bigger
> picture. That will give you an opportunity to explain how
> what you have done is not exactly what you would do as a
> hired full-time teacher, and give them more info that will
> help them understand your lesson and methods. Good luck!
Thank you Lynn
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