Verbal Reasoning and Abstract Thinking

The Verbal Reasoning and Abstract Thinking guidance sits as part of the Oral Language ToolkitThis will be added to periodically throughout the 2018/2019 session, and updates share through blog posts.

Children’s verbal reasoning skills and abstract thinking skills enable them to demonstrate their oral language comprehension skills which underpin their understanding across learning. This needs to be supported through modelling, commenting and developmentally appropriate questioning.

Verbal Reasoning and Abstract Thinking Guidance

Question Steps

Making Comments

Blanks Language Question Fan

Blanks Language Overview

Asking the Right Questions at the Right Time PPT

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