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The KS1 & 2 Levels Mountain
Visualizing progression through the N.C. levels in KS1&2 The Primary Levels Mountain 3 link cause & effect … …..because …. 4 recall + scientific vocab 2 sorting & grouping recognise / name 1 Experience s Simple comparisons & descriptions Descriptions & simple explanations Descriptions & explanations using sci vocab Explanations that apply scientific ideas in unfamiliar contexts 5 Apply ideas in unfamiliar contexts © M.Newberry 2004
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