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Observing modern languages teaching

Observing modern languages teaching

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Published by Nottingham University, School of Education in Nottingham .
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Teacher of Modern Languages THE OPPORTUNITY We require a well-qualified, talented and energetic teacher of Modern Languages for September to teach to GCSE and A level in this very successful department. The person appointed will be able to teach German preferably to A level; the ability to teach French or Spanish to GCSE would be an advantage. Language Classroom Observation Form. Pre-Observation Questions for the Instructor (Please write your answers to the following questions and give them to the observer before class begins.) 1. What are your objectives for today's lesson? 2. How do the objectives for today's lesson relate to the goals of the course? Post Observation Questions. 1.


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