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1 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Remembering Applying Evaluating Creating Analysing Understanding “Keep your attitude POSITIVE – Keep your learning FOCUSED!” What? Where? When? Who? Why? How? What? Where? When? Who? Why? How? Learning Skills for Science PLTS

2 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Know – Find out - Learn

3 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Ishikawa diagrams (also called fishbone diagrams, or herringbone diagrams, cause-and-effect diagrams, or Fishikawa) link causes and effects in a visual way. Link causes and effects….

4 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Find the common ground

5 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Mind Map – link ideas…

6 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Mind Map – link ideas

7 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! The reasoning learner identifies distinctions, considers all the evidence, chooses the right problem solving tool and reaches measured judgment Identifies distinctions Can value several different points of view Looks for patterns in their work Compares and contrasts Considers all the evidence Collects and evaluates evidence from several sources Always pays attention to detail Continues to discuss the evidence using relevant information Chooses the right learning tool Finds the right problem solving tool for the situation that they are in Thinks things through themselves Chooses the right learning tool for their problem solving challenge Reaches measured judgments Always plans ahead Takes time to make a judgement Can arrive at reasoned and balanced conclusions

8 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! The resourceful learner shows initiative, is capable of learning in different ways, asks good questions and is prepared to take risks. Shows Initiative Offers help to others when it is needed Comes up with solutions to problems in their learning Is capable of learning in different ways Shows good awareness of how they learn best Knows that learning is a process Remembers and selects appropriate information Asks good questions Asks relevant question to help solve problems Can create high order questions to clarify their understanding Can connect information through the right questions Is prepared to take risks Challenged by the new and unfamiliar Welcomes change Shows great self belief

9 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! The resilient learner persists, remains positive throughout, stays involved with their learning, sets targets and practises. Persists Never gives up Knows actions have consequences Remains positive throughout Enjoys a challenge Uses setbacks to try something different Keeps a positive attitude Stays involved with their learning Is engaged in their learning Gets started without being told to Keeps going throughout the challenge Is prepared to take risks Understands about actions and consequences Keeps focussed on the outcome they want to achieve Practices regularly to achieve their targets

10 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! The reflective learner shows curiosity, is objective, can see things from different perspectives and learns from, and acts upon, experience. Shows curiosity Shows interest in all tasks set Shows an interest in their surroundings and environment Shows they have many interests Is objective Can see things from their own and others’ viewpoint Keeps a balanced response to peer and teacher feedback Can see things from different perspectives Values differences and diversity Values others Shows empathy Learns from and acts upon experience (Metacognition) Can apply previous knowledge to current situations Can create their own success criteria Learns from mistakes Thinks about thinking

11 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! The responsible learner makes moral choices, is self- managing, delays gratification and participates constructively. Makes moral choices Knows what is right and wrong Can influence others in their views and actions Acts according to their values Is self-managing Completes work and meets deadlines Always well prepared with correct equipment and resources Always engages with their learning Delays gratification Enjoys being engrossed in their learning Can see the big picture Takes their time to work through tasks Participates constructively Participates in a positive manner in any group task Makes an active contribution Can give feedback to others and receives feedback on their contribution

12 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Black Hat Thinking Problems Downsides Weaknesses Problems Negatives

13 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Blue Hat Thinking Thinking Planning Organising Reasoning

14 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Green Hat Thinking Suggestions Possibilities Alternatives Solutions New ideas

15 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! White Hat Thinking Facts Figures Information Details Proof

16 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Red Hat Thinking Emotions Feelings Hunches Guesses Gut reactions

17 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Yellow Hat Thinking Benefits Advantages Improvements Optimism Positives

18 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Remembering Name State Identify Describe Select Define Can you recall information?

19 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Understanding Interpret Summarise Clarify Infer Suggest Discuss Can you explain your ideas or concepts?

20 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Analysing Examine Investigate Consider Explore Can you SCRUTINISE information ?

21 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Applying Implement Transfer Use Can you USE the knowledge in another situation?

22 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Evaluating Assessing Appraising Judging Weighing Up Hypothesising Can you JUSTIFY a decision or an action?

23 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Creating Designing Originating Initiating Conceiving Can you GENERATE new products, ideas or ways of viewing things?

24 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Thinking Hats

25 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Personal Learning Thinking Skills Imaginative Thinker Enquiring Learner Team Player Self Manager Participating Member Reflective Learner

26 Imaginative Thinker Generates ideas and explores possibilities Asks questions to extend thinking Try out alternatives or other solutions Adapt ideas as circumstances change

27 Enquiring Learner Identify questions to answer and problems to solve Plan and carry out research Analyse and evaluate information Support conclusion with argument and evidence

28 Team Player Collaborate with others towards a common goal Reach agreements together Show fairness and consideration to others Take responsibility and show confidence

29 Self Managers Show initiative Organise yourself and your resources Deal well with pressures Respond positively to change, seeking advice and support when needed a c b d

30 Participating Member Present a persuasive case Discuss issues and seek resolutions Identify practical ways forward Identify improvements that would benefit themselves and others

31 Reflective Learners Assess themselves and others Set goals with success criteria Review praise Invite feedback, deal positively with praise and setbacks

32 Low Order - Remembering What do you know about…? What can you remember…? Can you describe…? Can you define…? Can you repeat…? Do you know when…? Can you tell me: who, which, where, what? Can you identify…? Knowledge & retaining…

33 Levels of Questioning Remembering Applying Evaluating Creating Analysing Understanding

34 What, where, when, who, why & how? Question prompts… Question prompts… Questions for research… Questions for research…

35 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! What, where, when, who, why & how? Collect What do I already know about this? Collect and collate everything I know about this and assemble it together… Collect What do I already know about this? Collect and collate everything I know about this and assemble it together… Questions for research… What I know What I know

36 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! What, where, when, who, why & how? Develop Connect my new information with what I already know about this topic… Cluster my new information around what I already know… Develop Connect my new information with what I already know about this topic… Cluster my new information around what I already know… Questions for research… What I know What I know

37 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! What, where, when, who, why & how? Questions for research… Select Pick out information that is really relevant for my enquiry… Put it in the centre of your diagram and any irrelevant material on the outside… Select Pick out information that is really relevant for my enquiry… Put it in the centre of your diagram and any irrelevant material on the outside…

38 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! What, where, when, who, why & how? Questions for research… Organise What is the best way arrange my information? What is the most useful way to categorise the different parts of my information? Organise What is the best way arrange my information? What is the most useful way to categorise the different parts of my information?

39 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! What, where, when, who, why & how? Questions for research… Sequence What is the best way to order my material? Create a logical order for the categories to go into… Sequence What is the best way to order my material? Create a logical order for the categories to go into…

40 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Question Prompts… Remembering Applying Evaluating Creating Analysing Understanding

41 Middle Order - Understand Can you write in your own words…? Write a brief outline of…? What do you think…? What was the main idea of…? Can you distinguish between…? Can you provide a definition for…? Interpreting & understanding…

42 High Order - Analysing How would you group/categorise these…? What order would you put these in? What are the causes of…? Why did this happen? What are the problems? What are the solutions? How would you solve these problems? What are the consequences? Taking apart…

43 Middle Order - Applying How would you use this? Where does that lead you? Can you show me what you mean? Would it be the same if…? Can you use what you know to solve this (new) problem? How could you apply what you learned there to this? Making use of…

44 01/05/2015 High Order - Evaluating Does this work? Is it successful and why? Will it work? Is this effective? How could this be improved? How else could this be done? Judging and assessing…

45 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! High Order - Creating How might this be different if…? How else might this have turned out? How could you create your own way of…? Putting together…

46 Low Order - Remembering What do you know about…? What can you remember…? Can you describe…? Can you define…? Can you repeat…? Do you know when…? Can you tell me: who, which, where, what? Can you identify…? Knowledge & retaining…

47 Middle Order - Understand Can you write in your own words…? Write a brief outline of…? What do you think…? What was the main idea of…? Can you distinguish between…? Can you provide a definition for…? Interpreting & understanding…

48 Middle Order - Applying How would you use this? Where does that lead you? Can you show me what you mean? Would it be the same if…? Can you use what you know to solve this (new) problem? How could you apply what you learned there to this? Making use of…

49 High Order - Analysing How would you group/categorise these…? What order would you put these in? What are the causes of…? Why did this happen? What are the problems? What are the solutions? How would you solve these problems? What are the consequences? Taking apart…

50 High Order - Evaluating Does this work? Is it successful and why? Will it work? Is this effective? How could this be improved? How else could this be done? Judging and assessing…

51 High Order - Creating How might this be different if…? How else might this have turned out? How could you create your own way of…? Putting together…

52 I could do with a bit more practice to make sure I feel confident.

53 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Ok, I am getting better, my skills/attributes are developing.

54 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Great, I have really developed my skills/attributes.

55 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher!

56 With guidance you can think before you act. You are practicing to get better at this. When you are reminded you take your group role seriously. You respond to others and work in a positive way. With help you can see the right or wrong way to act. You are still swayed by others but you recognise this is happening when it is pointed out to you. You have most of what you need in lessons. Your work is of a satisfactory standard. You need reminding about deadlines. Take time to consider actions Work well with others Know right from wrong Take responsibility for own learning

57 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! 01/05/2015 Take time to consider actions Work well with others Know right from wrong Take responsibility for own learning You usually think before you act. You are aware that your consequences have actions. You review your actions. You are a responsible group member. You usually play an active part in your group. You are sensitive to the needs of others and help others if you can. You have a sense of right and wrong, usually making the right choice of how to act. You usually make choices yourself and are not often swayed by others. You usually arrive in the right state of mind to learn, with the correct equipment. You get yourself started and produce work of a good standard.

58 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! 01/05/2015 Take time to consider actions Work well with others Know right from wrong Take responsibility for own learning You always think before you act. You know your actions have consequences for yourself and others. You think about this before you act. You are aware of our responsibility to your group. You are a positive asset to your group, never letting your group down. You actively help others. You have a strong sense of right and wrong. You always make the right choice even when its difficult. You are your own boss and are not swayed by anyone else. You always turn up ready to learn with everything you need. You get started immediately and complete work on time to a high standard. If you do not understand you go and find out for yourself.

59 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! You listen to information and instructions. You ask for help when you are stuck. You listen to ideas from others in your group. Sometimes you ask questions about the work. You make reasonable use of learning materials to help you in your work. You know your own learning style and can talk about how you learn best. Make good use of the teacher Make good use of other people Make good use of learning materials Use a range of learning styles

60 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! 01/05/2015 You listen carefully to information and instruction from your teacher. You check your understanding by asking the right questions. You often share ideas in your group and will listen and take ideas on board. You often ask questions in your group. You make full use of the learning materials from your teacher and use your own materials as well. You know your own learning style and you are beginning to practice learning in different ways. Make good use of the teacher Make good use of other people Make good use of learning materials Use a range of learning styles

61 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! 01/05/2015 You recognise your teacher as an important source of information. You think about the questions you ask to make most of the teacher. You recognise that peers and other adults are great sources of information. You think carefully about your questions. You independently search out and use a wide range of learning materials. You make reference to several sources and judge this information. You can learn in a number of different ways and you choose the most effective way depending on the task. Make good use of the teacher Make good use of other people Make good use of learning materials Use a range of learning styles

62 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! You can see some interest in what you are learning. You show some interest in things outside school. You use success criteria to talk about your success in lessons with the teacher. You listen to feedback and with support you are beginning to change what you do. You can describe what went well and what did not go so well. You are beginning to learn from what did not go well. Are curious Talk about success Listen to and learn from feedback Learns from mistakes

63 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! A lot of what happens in school interests you. You take part in lots of things outside school. You can say whether you have been successful based on assessment criteria. You respond positively to feedback from teachers and your peers, and you make changes to your work. You can reflect on what went well and what did not go so well. You can make suggestions about what to do next time. Are curious Talk about success Listen to and learn from feedback Learns from mistakes

64 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! You are interested in most things in school. You can make things interesting. You have a wide range of interests outside of school. You can talk about your success. You can generate your own success criteria for tasks to measure yourself against. You always respond positively to feedback. You always act on what you are told to make future improvements. You reflect, independently, and ask yourself what went well. You know what you need to change for next time. Are curious Talk about success Listen to and learn from feedback Learns from mistakes

65 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! You sometimes rush into things, but you are beginning to see the value of planning. You use the advice of teachers. You can use a few graphic organisers to help you. With help you can find some evidence to support your argument. You can use 2 pieces of evidence at once. You can list pros and cons of an argument. Think things through and plan carefully Choose the best method or learning tool Consider all the evidence Says which is better and why

66 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! You are beginning to take time to plan things through. You can use planning sheets and planning tools to help you. You can see a number of ways to approach a task. You can use a range of graphic organisers. You make use of thinking tools and thinking hats. You make use of many types of evidence. You can decide on and use information that is relevant and discard that which is not. You can describe several pieces of evidence. You listen to different points of view and list the pros and cons of each. Think things through and plan carefully Choose the best method or learning tool Consider all the evidence Says which is better and why

67 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! 01/05/2015 You choose to spend time planning your work and collecting the information you need. You regularly review your work and amend your plans in the light of your progress. You know there are many ways to approach a task. You choose the best method to solve a problem. You can justify your decisions. You independently use the thinking tools. You collect evidence form many sources of information. You can judge the value of evidence and decide on its relevance. You make choices about different pieces of evidence. You can see the value in different points of view. You are good at evaluating opposing views in an argument. Think things through and plan carefully Choose the best method or learning tool Consider all the evidence Says which is better and why

68 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! You stick at things for a short time only. You ask for help and then have another go. With encouragement you give things a go. You find setbacks frustrating. You are learning to find positives in some of the things you do. You can be easily distracted but you are aware of this. You need help to get started and you need someone to check on you. You are beginning to set targets and work towards them. You focus on what you are told to do. You realise that practice is important. Stick at it Have a positive attitude Find and sustain interest Set targets and practice

69 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! You stick at most things and have a go even when its difficult. You usually finish what you start. You enjoy a challenge when you think its worthwhile. You tend to be positive about most setbacks. You usually approach challenges with a smile. You use strategies to get back on track if you get distracted. After initial support you can get on with things by yourself. You set yourself targets and you plan to meet them. You focus on what you need to do. You usually decide when to practice in order to meet your targets. Stick at it Have a positive attitude Find and sustain interest Set targets and practice

70 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! You stick at it until you have succeeded. If things are difficult you look for another way to approach it. you always finish what you start. You always enjoy a challenge. You cope well with setbacks and always find ways forward. You always stay positive. You find interest in whatever you are doing and can be completely absorbed. You are a self starter and get stuck into all tasks. You set yourself challenging targets and plan in detailed steps to achieve them. You focus on where you want to get to. You practice regularly to meet your targets. Stick at it Have a positive attitude Find and sustain interest Set targets and practice

71 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Black Hat Question Prompts What is wrong with this? Why won’t this work? What do we need to be careful of?

72 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Blue Hat Question Prompts What is our planning? How can we organise this? How can we summarise this? What are the next steps?

73 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Green Hat Question Prompts What are our suggestions? Are there any alternatives? Are there any other ideas? Could we do this differently?

74 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Yellow Hat Question Prompts What are the good points? Why is this idea preferable? How can we make this work?

75 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! Red Hat Question Prompts How do we feel about this? What are our hunches? What is our gut reaction?

76 This PowerPoint is an adapted version of one from an unknown Geography teacher! White Hat Question Prompts What information do we have? What information is missing? What information do we need?


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