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 Post subject: Linking Question Types
PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 11:06 am 
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Hi

When tutoring a child at home it may help to link question types together rather than to go through each of the 21 question types in order. This is because some question types can be worked out by using similar methods & techniques.

A suggested list is,
Codes
Types 3, 9 and 14
Type 19

Making Words
Types 1 and 8
Types 5, 6 and 12
Types 13 and 20

Word Meaning
Types 2 and 10
Types 4, 16 and 21

Maths
Types 7 and 17
Types 11 and 18

Reading Information
Type 15

The Type numbers are from The Tutors catalogue, that can be referenced against IPS by using Sally-Anne's post.

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Mike

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 12:48 pm 
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Mike wrote:
The Type numbers are from The Tutors catalogue, that can be referenced against IPS by using Sally-Anne's post.

A very useful post Mike, and here are the IPS Letter Types grouped in the same way:

A suggested list is:
Codes
Types C, L and U
Type N

Making Words
Types A and J
Types E, F and Q
Types R and O

Word Meaning
Types B and J
Types D, H and S

Maths
Types G and I
Types P and K

Reading Information
Type Z

I will add copies of both these posts to the original Sticky as well.

Sally-Anne


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I had done something simular for DS2's revision which we have recently embarked on.

Word of warning we have just come to the end of a stint of vocab type questions and it has been soul destroying. DS2 doesn't read much and I guessed vocab would be a sticking point, he didn't :shock: .

He was very relieved to start something else and realise he really isn't that hopeless.


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