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Sequencing text

Any piece of text can be made into a sequencing activity.

In these examples one is about acid rain and is simply played by putting the information into the correct order.

The second example is one which can be used simply to sequence the steps in a practical experiment. It can be
extended by another set of cards which have the reasons for carrying out each step.

The third example is one used with primary schools to teach directly the skills of Sc1 by sequencing the method and
placing the reasons alongside each step.