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CARD RANKING in reading comprehension

CARD RANKING

Skills
Working with Others
Thinking, Decision-Making
What is it?

This activity allows pupils to prioritise ideas and information and discuss
justifi cations for their choices. See Diamond Ranking for a further prioritising
activity.
Implications for classroom layout
Pupils can work at a board or wall space. Alternatively, groups can work around a
table.
How does it work?
1.  Pupils in small groups receive a range of cards.
2.  Pupils arrange them in order of importance/priority. They might do this in a straight
line or build up tiers.
3.  Pupils might then compare each other’s ranking as a starting point for class
discussion of the issue.
4. A debrief after this activity might be benefi cial.
5.  Further tools such as Five Questions might be used to explore ideas further

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