ANALYSE
OUTLINE
JUSTIFY
COMPARE
EXPLAIN
CRITICISE
EVALUATE
GENERALISE
DESCRIBE
EXAMINE
ANALYSE

Answers

Break down the topic into parts
and give an in-depth account

OUTLINE

Select the main points from the
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These instruction words can be
classified further:
 1. Those that demonstrate knowledge and

understanding
 2. Those tha...
LEVEL OF
INSTRUCTION
Demonstrate
knowledge and
understanding

MEANING
Select the main points from the information

DESCRIB...
How would you answer the following?
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1. Compare students in Year 9 to students in Year 13 at T...
Read the article on the news story
provided:
 Come up with 3 questions using ONE instruction word

from each level based ...
Now watch the video clip used to
promote tourism in Devonport
 To what extent do you agree and disagree with these

ideas...
Critically Evaluate:
 Devonport is a great place for tourists to visit
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No 5 instruction words in geography 2014

  1. 1. ANALYSE OUTLINE JUSTIFY COMPARE EXPLAIN CRITICISE EVALUATE GENERALISE DESCRIBE EXAMINE
  2. 2. ANALYSE Answers Break down the topic into parts and give an in-depth account OUTLINE Select the main points from the information JUSTIFY Give reasons why you chose this approach EXPLAIN Point out likenesses and differences . Make clear, give reasons for, trace the development of. CRITICISE Give your opinion with regard to good and bad features COMPARE EVALUATE Assess the strengths and weaknesses of the course of action Give the main general trend GENERALISE DESCRIBE EXAMINE State what is there by naming features in chronological (time) or spatial order Look at carefully
  3. 3. These instruction words can be classified further:  1. Those that demonstrate knowledge and understanding  2. Those that use knowledge and understanding  3. Those that make a judgement based on evidence  Can you sort these into the three categories
  4. 4. LEVEL OF INSTRUCTION Demonstrate knowledge and understanding MEANING Select the main points from the information DESCRIBE Use knowledge and understanding OUTLINE State what is there by naming features in chronological or spatial order Give the main general trend Make clear, give reasons for, trace the development of Look at carefully Break down the topic into parts and give an indepth account Give reasons why you chose this approach GENERALISE EXPLAIN EXAMINE ANALYSE Make a judgement based on evidence JUSTIFY COMPARE CRITICISE EVALUATE Point out likenesses and differences Give your opinion with regard to good and bad features Assess the strengths and weaknesses of the course of action
  5. 5. How would you answer the following?               1. Compare students in Year 9 to students in Year 13 at TGS. 2. Describe students at TGS. 3. Explain what it means to be a Year 13 student. 4. Analyse year 13 students at TGS. 5. Make a generalisation of Devonport. 6. Justify the reasons for staying at school in Year 13. 7. The answer to the traffic problem on Lake Road is to build a second bridge from Devonport. Evaluate this idea.
  6. 6. Read the article on the news story provided:  Come up with 3 questions using ONE instruction word from each level based on this article.  http://www.buzzfeed.com/patricksmith/journalists- are-having-a-rotten-time-at-sochi-and-their-twee
  7. 7. Now watch the video clip used to promote tourism in Devonport  To what extent do you agree and disagree with these ideas?  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSH4BA4OSgI
  8. 8. Critically Evaluate:  Devonport is a great place for tourists to visit
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