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1 Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? Remembering (Knowledge) Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? Remembering (Knowledge) Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? Remembering (Knowledge) Identify and make a list of the key points of learning this lesson. Write down everything you can remember about what you have learned this lesson. Name all the key words you have learned this lesson. Write them down along with their definitions. Recall all the key points of today’s lesson, in the order you have learned them.

2 Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself?Understanding Understanding Understanding Understanding Outline the key learning points in under 200 words. Brief Summaries: Write a summary of each key point you have learned. Each summary must be under 50 words and must include a key term. Hungry Caterpillar: Place all the key terms from today’s learning in a logical order to form a caterpillar. Write a paragraph underneath explaining how they link together. Pick out the key points of today’s learning/topic and explain them.

3 Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself?Application Application Application Application Answer the following question: Why is today’s learning significant? Write a real life example of today’s learning. How could it be applied to real life? Apply your learning by representing it in the form of a diagram. Make sure you label all the key parts! Answer the following question: How does today’s lesson relate to what we have learned about previously?

4 Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself?Analysis Analysis Analysis Analysis Compare and contrast today’s learning with a piece of previous learning. (For example: Compare and contrast this approach/theory with another you have learned about.) Construct a mind map of today’s learning topic, showing all the links, connections and relationships. Answer the following question: What conclusions can be drawn from today’s topic? Explain two pieces of evidence you can present for today’s learning topic.

5 Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself?Evaluation Evaluation Evaluation Evaluation Create a table of strengths and weaknesses  for today’s learning topic. Answer the following question: How far do you agree with today’s topic of learning and why? (For example: How far do you agree with today’s explanation/approach/theory?) Strengths Weaknesses  Opinionated Octopus: Evaluate today’s learning topic. Write down 8 evaluation points. They may include strengths, weaknesses or evidence which supports or challenges. Mr Men Evaluations: Evaluate today’s learning topic from the perspective of Mr. Good and Mr. Worry. Mr Good has a positive outlook on life and sees good in everything. Mr Worry is always worrying about the potential issues, disadvantages or things that could go wrong

6 Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself?Creation Creation Creation Creation Transform today’s learning into a comic strip or storyboard. Invent an alternative to today’s learning point. (For example: Invent an alternative theory, approach, or explanation.) Create a song, poem, picture or script to reproduce today’s learning. Imagine…you are an examiner. Write an exam question(s) and mark scheme to accurately test a student on today’s learning topic.


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