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What have Ienjoyed most?Why was this?
What do I   think I’velearned up to  now in this    lesson?
Who hashelped me to  learn, orovercome any difficulties?
What was the   learning  objective?Have I achieved    it yet?
What am I most pleased    about achieving orunderstanding?
How have Ilearned ? Whatdo I now know  about myself  as a learner?
What did I find  difficult?
How has my thinking about…changed since the beginning of the      lesson?
What wasinteresting/unusual/  unexpected about today’s lesson andhow did this help me      to learn?
Where else could Iuse this skill and in       what circumstances?
What are the    advantages/ disadvantages ofworking in this way?
What has been the   most thought-provoking question  anyone’s asked      today?
If this lesson was being    taught to another group, what would you  advise the teacher to   do differently and/or     kee...
If I had to summarisemy learning in no more than three essentialpoints/questions what     would they be?
What feelings and   emotions have I  experienced duringtoday’s lesson? Whichwere most/least helpful   for my learning?
What was the most valuable piece of feedback I gave  and/or received      today?
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  1. 1. What have Ienjoyed most?Why was this?
  2. 2. What do I think I’velearned up to now in this lesson?
  3. 3. Who hashelped me to learn, orovercome any difficulties?
  4. 4. What was the learning objective?Have I achieved it yet?
  5. 5. What am I most pleased about achieving orunderstanding?
  6. 6. How have Ilearned ? Whatdo I now know about myself as a learner?
  7. 7. What did I find difficult?
  8. 8. How has my thinking about…changed since the beginning of the lesson?
  9. 9. What wasinteresting/unusual/ unexpected about today’s lesson andhow did this help me to learn?
  10. 10. Where else could Iuse this skill and in what circumstances?
  11. 11. What are the advantages/ disadvantages ofworking in this way?
  12. 12. What has been the most thought-provoking question anyone’s asked today?
  13. 13. If this lesson was being taught to another group, what would you advise the teacher to do differently and/or keep the same?
  14. 14. If I had to summarisemy learning in no more than three essentialpoints/questions what would they be?
  15. 15. What feelings and emotions have I experienced duringtoday’s lesson? Whichwere most/least helpful for my learning?
  16. 16. What was the most valuable piece of feedback I gave and/or received today?
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