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Maths at Melcombe Primary School

Uncut Classrooms is a Teachers TV series in which an entire lesson is recorded and shown unedited, providing a resource would would be technically difficult for schools to capture. It is intended to help develop classroom observation skills.

Teacher Kerry Lee introduces the video of her lesson, explains the objectives for the lesson, and sets the context. The picture is split between the views from two cameras, one following the teacher and the other showing the whole room.

In the lesson Kerry introduces her mixed Year One and Two class to part of a new scheme of work designed to develop multiplication and division skills at Melcombe Primary School.

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