Pick-A-Stick Question Kit

Item: 159017

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Increase Reading Comprehension And Develop Critical Thinking Skills With Color-Coded Question Sticks


This easy-to-manage kit includes wooden question sticks that are color-coded to match six cards with the most common question stems of Blooms Taxonomy: comprehension, knowledge, evaluation, synthesis, analysis, and application. Place the cards in the pockets on the Learning Center, fill the Center with the question sticks, then have students pick a stick to answer based on whichever stem you choose. Students can work independently, in pairs, or in small groups.

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Demonstrate comprehension by engaging effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher led) with diverse partners on grade-appropriate topics and texts, building on others' ideas and expressing their own clearly.
Details:
  • Six category cards
    Size: 3 1/2" by 2 1/2" each, laminated

  • 30 question sticks
    Size: 6" by 3/4" each

  • One Sort & Check Learning Center
    Size: 9"W by 9"D by 4 1/4"H

  • Really Good Stuff Activity Guide
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Great classroom product

Teachers in intermediate grades use this in whole group work and small groups. I have seen it used as a game with points assigned to each of the levels. The higher the level in Blooms, the higher the point value. The students then try to answer the most difficult questions!
3/15/2012
By Shreader from , MA
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