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    This is one of Tony Ryan’s Thinker keys. One of ‘Ryan’s Thinker’s Keys’. Think in the opposite direction of what you normally do. Use the words ‘cannot, never or would not’ in sentences.
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    This is one of Tony Ryan’s Thinker keys. One of ‘Ryan’s Thinker’s Keys’. Think in the opposite direction of what you normally do. Use the words ‘cannot, never or would not’ in sentences.
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Sunday, November 13

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    Finding Keywords
    Basic comprehension questions starting with the 5 Ws. Students identify Where, What, Who,
    When, Where as it happens in the story.
    This is one of Tony Ryan’s Thinker keys. Students will need the answer to be able to write 5 questions that will link to the answer.
    This is one method for finding keywords. From the initial question write all the possible reasons or answers that could answer the main question. Use the colour code to identify which answers are more probable and then highlight the nouns and verbs, these will be the keywords.
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    Y charts generally have the headings 'Looks like, Feels like and Sounds like', but you could have any category title. A Y chart encourages students to think about something from 3 different perspectives. The 'Feels like' category is more about sensory, how you perceive something.
    Design a new innovative and ‘different’ product by making adjustments to an original one. Reinvent and Redesign a new product.
    This is one of Tony Ryan’s Thinker keys. Students will need the answer to be able to write 5 questions that will link to the answer.
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    Form questions that will link to an answer
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