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tammyround It's always good to look at other ideas and use it to evaluate my teaching. I take on board what everyone is saying about 'outstanding being special and we should't make it run of the mill' but I still want to make sure that my practise doesn't get stagnant.
tammyround I don't get a chance to talk with other MFL teachers - even something as simple as catching a glimpse of a fun worksheet or game idea in the photocopier room or chat through ways of differentiating an activity down or up with someone after a touch lesson.
BrightonEarlya really good document which describes lessons which are outstanding and beyond outstanding.
As an expert on outstanding lessons, I have produced a list of ways to describe "beyond outstanding".
special, exceptional, phenomenal, impressive, remarkable, cool, out of this world, outstandinger, ace, and my favourite, "well good".
Managers, please feel free to throw these words around like confetti to make your colleagues feel even less motivated and more useless than ever.before.
Can someone send me the document also please.
Inbox me please
Hello,do you mind send it to me as email@example.com MANY THANKS
Why not upload it as a resource?
sommersprossen Why not upload it as a resource?
KayleighMeyricksommersprossen Why not upload it as a resource?
That would be great!
If not would you also mind sending a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel like I need all the help I can get with an Ofsted visit looming!
Do you realise that this first offer was made in July 2011! What was Outstanding then is not necessarily Outstanding any more!
This is where you will find the doc you need and you need to plan your OWN lessons to suit your OWN students, not try to deliver someone else's
marmot.morveuxHere here Henriette....it's like a bad Monty Python sketch!
"Here, here." ??????
.... a very bad one.
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