SOLO Station: Hexagonal LearningPick a specific topic you know extremely well in your subject area. This can beat a KS4 or KS5 level: It must be a different topicto the one that you used at the ‘Question Generator/ Thinking Square’ stationUnistructural Write 1 relevant thing you know about this topic on 1 hexagon. You are now displaying a unistructural level of understanding (surface understanding)Multistructural Write as many relevant things you know about the topic on to SEPARATE hexagons. This is concerned with quantity of your understandingRelational Try moving the separate hexagons together to find relevant links and relationships in your specific topic area. You are now moving to ahigh quality level of learningExtended Abstract Where 3 or more hexagons meet (a ‘node’) can you generate a high quality question and create a solutionto the question?You are now have a deep level of understandingPLEASE USE THE CLOTHS PROVIDED TO WIPE THE HEXAGONS CLEAN FOR THE NEXT GROUP
SOLO Station: Question Generator and Thinking Square SolutionsPick a specific topic area in your subject’s GCSE or ALevel syllabus: It must be a different topicto the one that you used at the ‘Hexagonal Learning’ station1. Generate 4 questions relating to your topic for yourstudents2. Generate one question at each level of SOLOtaxonomy: Unistructural Multistructural Relational Extended Abstract3. Jot down the solutions to the questions you havegenerated on the ‘SOLO Thinking Square Solutions’sheet provided NOTE: Use the example of the GCSE PE questions to help you if needed.
SOLO Station: LEGO BuildingWith the LEGO provided, your challenge is to create a LEGO structure on your own!!Questions to consider: Is your creation high quality? What SOLO level do you think your LEGO creation is? Please write on the ‘SOLO LEGO Building’ sheet to evaluate your progress and to explain why you think you achieved a certain SOLO level ALL LEGO TO BE DISMANTLED QUICKLY AND SAFLEY FOR THE NEXT GROUP TO USE PLEASE