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What are Blank Levels? Your child is developing their understanding at Blank Level 1 which means that they are learning to apply vocabulary and language to things in their environment (naming). Your child is not yet able to describe, talk about events or stories and problem solve, for example,...

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What are Blank Levels? Below are some examples of Blank Levels 1-4 questions to ask during play at home and continuous provision in school. Try to match your questions to what your child is doing.    

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What are Blank Levels? Below are examples of questions at Blank Levels 1-4 for specific subjects. Try to match your questions to the learning task or activity. Literacy / English Literature Level 1 Name items, real or pictures, for example, ‘What’s this?’ Find named items, for example, ‘Show...

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What are Blank Levels? Your child is developing their understanding at Blank Level 2 which means that they are learning to apply vocabulary and language to things in their environment (naming and describing). They need to develop the ability to select what to attend to, for example, which element of...

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What are Blank Levels? Your child needs support to develop the ability to re-tell an event or narrative. They need to develop the ability to identify what a character or person is thinking and feeling and use their understanding of what has just happened to predict what will happen. They need to be...

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What are Blank Levels? Your child or young person needs support to develop the ability to reason beyond what is seen heard or said. They need to develop the ability to draw on past experiences, make parallels, examine cause and likely effects as well as justify the decision made, for example, infer,...

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What are Blank Levels? Your child needs support to develop the ability to re-tell an event or narrative. They need to develop the ability to identify what a character or person is thinking and feeling and use their understanding of what has happened to predict what will happen. They need to be able...

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What are Blank Levels? Your child is developing their understanding at Blank Level 2 which means that they are learning to apply vocabulary and language to things in their environment (naming and describing). They need to develop the ability to select what to attend to, for example, which element of...

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Your child is developing their understanding at Blank Level 1 which means that they are learning to apply vocabulary and language to things in their environment (naming). Your child is not yet able to describe, talk about events or stories and problem solve, for example, infer, reason, and answer...

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What are Blank Levels 1-4? The Blank Levels of Questioning, sometimes known as the Language of Learning model, was developed by Blank, Rose and Berlin in 1978. The main aim is to develop children’s verbal reasoning and abstract language skills. There are 4 levels of questioning which move from...

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