A great activity that can be used throughout the lesson in a variety of formats. I always tell my students that great historians can agree/disagree and argue a point regardless of their own personal thoughts. Secondly, I like to use this at KS3 to develop student’s agree/disagree skills for GCSE questions – embedding lower down really helps by Y9.
Simply, students are asked to ABC a peer’s judgement – this can be verbally or written out. They must agree, build upon or challenge the opinion that has been given. I especially like using this with judgement lines as a plenary.
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