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Don't wander around tossing your chalk in the air and definitely don't go and chat with the observers!
)Also...- state a clear aim at the beginning and recap/test understanding at the end- make sure you interact with as many students as you can [if it's a small group, ]- make sure you flag up at some point how the topic fits in with the specification or with other topics they might have studied or go on to study- if it's a lesson for year 10 or above, a quick reference to an exam question or typical vocational assignment question never does any harm.
And then produce, at the very least, a good Powerpoint presention, handout/worksheet or activity. Make absolutely sure you have a good extension activity even if you are pretty sure you won't have time to use it. If you can't be bothered to make an effort for this, what does it say about your contribution to the life of the school/college? You have a short amount of time to showcase your skills and also to model your priorities.
For goodness sake, don't do the first 20 minutes of a 2 hour lesson.
One issue that can floor candidates - and it really shouldn't - is finding out that the group have already studied the topic, or (even worse) just taken part in another sample lesson on the same subject!
Prepare a lesson which will serve either as a revision of a familiar topic or as an introduction for the first time. Make sure that any questions you are planning to ask have follow on questions that probe more deeply if the students can glibly rattle off the answers.
If that sounds like way too much to cope with in the time you have, you are probably being much too ambitious in the material you hope to cover.
notice if you are pitching the lesson at the wrong age group.
Come on, most interview panels will let you pick a topic or subject from a wide range of choices; if they haven't told you up front what exam board they use, get on the phone and ask. This is a twenty minute, pull out all the stops, show-'em-what- you've-got opportunity.
But surely a half-decent teacher training institution should cover this?