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Using exit tickets to guid e lesson planning. To understand how to write a two-layered explanation.

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Using exit tickets to guid e lesson planning

Using exit tickets to guide lesson planning


  • To understand how to write a two-layered explanation.

    • students engage in a ‘surface’ (what new things does the evidence tell us about the story?) and ‘deep’ (why did the author choose to use the language that they did?) analysis of the evidence.


I can write using surface and deep analysis in my explanation.

EXIT TICKET: Choose another quotation and write a surface and deep explanation of what this tells us about Edmund’s character

  • Surface:

  • Deep:


Exit ticket example
Exit ticket example explanation.

  • Mark with a code. Marking all exit tickets took 8 minutes:

  • Got both shallow and deep right

  • Got shallow right. Needs more help with deep.

  • Got deep right. Needs more help with shallow.

  • Needs more help with both.


Dirt time task
DIRT TIME TASK explanation.

1: you did everything perfectly. Practice your excellent skills again.

  • ‘Their branching horns were gilded and shone like something on fire when the sunrise caught them.’

  • Surface: The adjective ‘gilded’ shows that the witch’s reindeer have gold-plated horns. This shows her wealth and power in Narnia, and that she must be a very important person.

  • Deep: The phrase ‘shone like something on fire’ shows that the author did not just want the reader to see her as wealth. The use of fire might show her as a dangerous character, possibly even as someone devilish or hellish.

2: You need to work on deep analysis. Make sure you think about the reasons why the author chose to use that language.

3: You need to work on shallow analysis. Make sure you think about what new things we learn about the story from the quotation.

4: You need work on both surface and deep. Read 2 and 3 and have another go.


Improved work
IMPROVED WORK explanation.


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