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Lesson overview:Responding to evaluation questions

  • In this lesson, we will be practising the skill of evaluation. Firstly, we will break down our question: 'This part of the story, where Lucy is forced back into her coffin by Van Helsing and his men, shows how men are always victorious. None of our sympathy is with Lucy.' After breaking down the statement, we will explore 'what' our response to the statement is and 'how' we came to that conclusion. We're going to use a planning strategy today to help in generating those ideas and selecting effective evidence.
  • In this lesson, we will be practising the skill of evaluation. Firstly, we will break down our question: 'This part of the story, where Lucy is forced back into her coffin by Van Helsing and his men, shows how men are always victorious. None of our sympathy is with Lucy.' After breaking down the statement, we will explore 'what' our response to the statement is and 'how' we came to that conclusion. We're going to use a planning strategy today to help in generating those ideas and selecting effective evidence.

In this lesson, we will be practising the skill of evaluation. Firstly, we will break down our question: 'This part of the story, where Lucy is forced back into her coffin by Van Helsing and his men, shows how men are always victorious. None of our sympathy is with Lucy.' After breaking down the statement, we will explore 'what' our response to the statement is and 'how' we came to that conclusion. We're going to use a planning strategy today to help in generating those ideas and selecting effective evidence.