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What have you learnt this lesson that can be linked to a previous lesson.
What were the key words used in this lesson?
Talk for one minute about what has been learnt in this lesson.
Think of a question relevant to the lesson and ask one person in the class.
Name three things you have learnt this lesson.
What has been the most effective way you have learnt this lesson?
One thing you would like to study further after today’s lesson.
Hot Seat – you are the teacher, tell us what has happened in the lesson.
Think of three main pieces of information and put them in order of importance.
Effective use of Learning objectives and success criteria
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