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Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
Verb scaffolds
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  • 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

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