Bloom& Taxonomy / new teacher evaluations require evidence of lesson planning for higher level thinking ~ I like thinking of it as a ladder and not a pyramid. All students can get to the top, with a pyramid it feels like only a few can.
These question card FREEBIES and they promote higher-level thinking during lessons and after read-alouds. Color code them by copying them on different colors so they are easily differentiated. Adorable covers for each question type are included.
During read-aloud, have student select a button from a jar & then ask a question that corresponds to the color button chosen. Questions can be answered individually, in buddies, or in journal. Button cards correspond to Bloom's taxonomy
I would use this anchor chart to show my students how to ask thick questions that require more thinking when responding to their assigned reading.
"To Catch a Cheat" Critical Thinking ?s and Vocab sequel to "Great Greene Heist"
This packet includes both higher level thinking and literal reading response questions as well as vocabulary in context for "To Catch a Cheat" by Varian Johnson, the sequel to "The Great Greene Heist." There are two student copies, one with lines to write on (slides 26-59) and another