Lesson C continues to explore the concepts of cause and effect and introduces the problems of 'rash reversing'.
Develop skills in reasoning, dialogue and writing
Our reasoning activities are easy-to-use ideas for developing essential reasoning skills. They can be used as starters, dialogue breakout activities and follow-ups. The regular use of reasoning activities contributes to learners’ progress in reasoning, dialogue and writing over time.
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Ways to deepen discussions by working with pupils on concepts that help them to reason and make connections.