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Verb scaffolds Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Verb Scaffolds Telling you what to write. It’s almost cheating!!
  • 2. Analyse
    • identify components and the relationship between them; draw out and relate implications.
  • 3. Assess
    • Make a judgement of value, quality, outcomes, results or size.
  • 4. Compare
    • show how things are similar or different.
  • 5. Critically evaluate
    • Critically evaluate – add a degree or level of accuracy, depth, knowledge and understanding, logic, questioning, reflection and quality to evaluate.
    • Evaluate - make a judgement based on criteria; determine the value of.
  • 6. Critically analyse
    • Critically analyse – add a degree or level of accuracy, depth, knowledge and understanding, logic, questioning, reflection and quality to analyse.
    • Analyse – identify components and the relationship between them; draw out and relate implications.
  • 7. Define
    • state meaning and identify essential qualities.
  • 8. Demonstrate
    • show by example; illustrate (in words).
  • 9. Describe
    • provide characteristics and features.
  • 10. Discuss
    • identify issues and provide points for and / or against.
  • 11. Distinguish
    • recognise or note / indicate as being distinct or different from; to note differences between.
  • 12. Evaluate
    • make a judgement based on criteria; determine the value of.
  • 13. Examine
    • Inquire into.
  • 14. Explain
    • relate cause and effect; make the relationships between things evident.
  • 15. Identify
    • recognise and name.
  • 16. Investigate
    • plan, inquire into and draw conclusions about.
  • 17. Justify
    • support an argument, opinion or conclusion.
  • 18. Outline
    • state in general terms; indicate the main features.
  • 19. Quiz
    • identify components and the relationship between them; draw out and relate implications.
    • Analyse
  • 20. Quiz
    • state in general terms; indicate the main features.
    • Outline
  • 21. Quiz
    • Make a judgement of value, quality, outcomes, results or size.
    • Assess
  • 22. Quiz
    • identify issues and provide points for and / or against.
    • Discuss
  • 23. Quiz
    • state in general terms; indicate the main features.
    • Outline
  • 24. Quiz
    • support an argument, opinion or conclusion.
    • Justify
  • 25. Quiz
    • plan, inquire into and draw conclusions about.
    • Investigate
  • 26. Quiz
    • state meaning and identify essential qualities.
    • Define
  • 27. Quiz
    • recognise and name.
    • Identify
  • 28. Quiz
    • relate cause and effect; make the relationships between things evident.
    • Explain
  • 29. Quiz
    • Inquire into.
    • Examine