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**Identify and make a list of the key points of learning this lesson.**

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

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**Pick out the key points of today’s learning/topic and explain them.**

Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? Understanding Pick out the key points of today’s learning/topic and explain them. Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? Understanding Outline the key learning points in under 200 words. Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? Understanding 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. Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? Understanding 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.

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**Answer the following question: Answer the following question:**

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

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**Answer the following question:**

Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? 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.) Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? Analysis Answer the following question: What conclusions can be drawn from today’s topic? Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? Analysis Construct a mind map of today’s learning topic, showing all the links, connections and relationships. Thinking Ladder Extension Task : How far can you push yourself? Analysis Explain two pieces of evidence you can present for today’s learning topic.

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**Answer the following question:**

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

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**Transform today’s learning into a comic strip or storyboard.**

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

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