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Consequence Charts in reading comprehension

Consequence Charts
A consequence chart is used to record what students believe to be the likely consequences of a decision
or action. Charts can take different forms and enable students to explore cause and effect relationships,
alternative consequences or the likely consequences of alternative actions or decisions.
Planning
1. Select a form of consequence appropriate to the students’ level of skill development.
2. Decide whether class, group or individual charts are more appropriate.
3. Determine the field knowledge and skills students need to complete the task.
Managing
1. Identify the issue or problem.
2. Provide any necessary background information.
3. Identify and communicate the nature and purpose of the activity to students.
4. Explore the consequences individually, in groups or jointly as a whole class.
5. Ask students to give reasons for the consequences they chose.
6. Ask the students to select and justify a particular consequence.
7. Share and reflect upon students’ responses

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