Give reasons, report on, try every possibility
Break into separate parts and discuss or interpret each part and the relationship between the parts. Use statistical techniques to summarise, compare or infer.
Use, utilise, employ a particular situation
Make a judgement about the value of
Give the case both for and against a statement or proposition. Give reasons to back up a point of view or opinion
Make a judgement of value, quality, outcomes, results or size
Ascertain/determine from given facts, figures or information. Obtain a result from given facts, data or other numeric information.
Make clear or plain
Arrange or include in classes/categories
Present your opinion
Examine two or more things, and pick out similarities and differences
Look for differences
Add a degree or level of accuracy, depth, knowledge and understanding, logic, questioning, reflection and quality to (analyse/evaluation)
Make judgements, giving detail to support your views
Consider both sides of the question and come to a conclusion
Draw conclusions. Use logical steps to draw conclusions.
Give the meaning or precise limits of the topic. Give the meaning or precise description of the concept.
Show by example
Present a logical sequence of steps to arrive at an expression, equation or result.
Give a detailed account of qualities, parts etc
Arrive at an answer, showing required steps or strategies
Consider both sides of an issue
Recognise or note/indicate as being distinct or different from; to note differences.
List several ideas, aspects, reasons, qualities. Count
Give your opinion or refer to those of critics. Include evidence, quotation, details in support. Find the exact value of.
Make an idea clear, make known in detail, show logical development with reasons (how and/or why)
Present a clear and convincing argument for a definite and detailed opinion
Choose relevant and/or appropriate details.
Infer from what is known. Extend a graph to obtain additional values
A broard statement that captures the essence of a situation. Does not include details like evidence or examples. Use particular examples to develop an equation or mathematical model to describe the overall situation.
Establish or select; recognise and name
Explain through examples
Clearly name or state the relevant point(s) or mark a feature on a diagram
Explain the meaning of a text
Plan, inquire and draw conclusions about
Give sound, reasonable and logical reasons for your decision or conclusion. Give all logical reasons and/or mathematical arguments that led to a conclusion or decision
Set out one after the other
Give all the main ideas relating to the subject
Suggest what may happen based on available information
Put forward for consideration
Put forward (for example: a point of view; idea;argument; suggestion) for consideration or action
Support fully with facts. Produce a logical mathematical argument that shows the truth of a statement for all possible values or situations
Repeat words from stimulus material
Present remembered ideas, facts or experiences
Provide reasons in favour of
Retell a series of events
Use material in your answer (not necessarily to directly quote)
Show the connection between ideas and/or place them against broarder relevant issues
Go back over earlier points
(Calculations) Include all intermediate steps
Give main ideas briefly or execute a drawing or painting, giving essential features, but not necessarily with detail or accuracy
Give a brief version, avoiding unneccessary details
Putting together various elements to make a whole
Show how events/arguments progress and develop
Write your own accurate copy
Back up a particular result. Prove it! Test the truth of