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Students can choose from a menu of project ideas to demonstrate their learning from the novel Divergent.
Divergent thinking. Critical thinking. Think outside the box. Give students the opportunity to demonstrate divergent thinking using these activities. Divergent thinking activities can help prime the brain for problem solving as students begin to see the ordinary in new and creative ways. With diverg
This lesson plan provides step-by-step instruction for introducing youth to the concept of divergent thinking. The activities youth will participate in are designed to teach them look at a variety of possibilities for solutions. Each Consult 4 Kids lesson plan is identified by grade level, lesson
There's a connection between fear, imagination, choice, and plot. Sound interesting? IT IS. So facinating. I had an awesome expeience with my students while discussing this video and Count of Monte Cristo. Lesson includes: -Ted Talk link -Divergent thinking instruction -Quality questions -T
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30 printable pages of weird questions and hypothetical situations:Five new uses for a rockFive new uses for a glassFive new uses for a shoeFive new uses for a boxFive new uses for a chairWhat Would A spider say to a fly caught in its web? What would a dog say to a cat it was chasing? What would an
Most of us have probably been taught to have certain thoughts. Our goal is always to find the “right” answers. Our success is often determined by our ability to memorize information provided in textbooks and from teachers. Students that take divergent approaches to problems are hardl
This resource includes a divergent approach to questioning students about topics they have learned about in class in the areas of social studies and science. They could also be used to assess prior knowledge and “hook” students on a topic before the lesson occurs. Instead of simply asking students t
How could introducing rabbits into the rainforest affect that habitat? What would a passport for Christopher Columbus look like? In the story, Hansel and Gretel, instead of dropping breadcrumbs, how could the children avoid getting lost in the woods? Our new, 21st Century standards require student
Divergent thinking is the process of generating multiple ideas about a given problem or topic—encouraging curiosity, multiple perspectives, pushing past the obvious answer, probing deeper, and being a risk-taker.What is included?Pre Assessment and Post Assessment provide you with a way to watch how
In this Valentine's Day themed divergent thinking game, students will put their brains to work! Based on the four types of divergent thinking, the game cards require students to name as many items as they can in a category in one minute, for a game totaling about 20 minutes. Categories include lite
This PowerPoint slideshow will help your students with divergent thinking. You will find 50 questions about:What happens to old tires (burned as fuel), How much water goes down the drain in a sink (two gallons in a minute), How many televisions end up at a dump (20 million annually), Which precious
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Students and adults are often led to believe that there is only one right answer to the question. This doesn’t have to be the case though and it is really useful for students to be reminded of this, encouraging them to keep an open mind and explore possibilities. This way of thinking is referred to
With this creative writing lab, students will truly experience the job of divergent thinking.This lab contains step by step brainstorming sequences, where students make creative choices in terms of situation, setting, main character, and featured objects, and then embark on crafting an original shor
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In this ebook, students explore 50 questions and optical illusions and weird facts:What happens to old tires - burned as fuel, How much water goes down the drain in a sink - two gallons in a minute, How many televisions end up at a dump - 20 million annually, Which precious metals are in our body -
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Divergent thinking or imaginative thinking is a way of looking at things in which participants create multiple ideas to solve problems. Most times this process is conducted in collaborative, group settings.This lesson, created in Google, is an introduction to divergent thinking but can be easily ada
This resource is a great way to introduce or review divergent thinking skills. This is the sequel to my popular product, Divergent Thinking Skills Task Cards. Models of Thinking included:Bloom’s TaxonomyCreative Problem SolvingRenzulli’s Enrichment TriadThinking CapsGardner’s Multiple Intelligence
44 page HIGHLY visual PowerPoint. This PowerPoint can be used to introduce a Design Thinking Innovation project. It includes activities, videos, and LOTS of pictures! It introduces and teaches the following terms: Divergent Thinking, Convergent Thinking, Linear Thinking, Lateral Thinking, Innovation
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20 printable pages for fifth-grade students to think about Christmas, Santa Claus, snowmen, reindeer, elves, candy canes, presents and holiday cheer. Students generate multiple answers to each question: How could Santa pull his sleigh on the ground? What could you use for the arms on a snowman?Can
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20 printable pages for seventh-grade students to think about Christmas, Santa Claus, snowmen, reindeer, elves, candy canes, presents and holiday cheer. Students generate multiple answers to each question: How do people use their voice during the holidays?What are some odd places you could celebrate
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20 printable pages for fourth-grade students to think about Christmas, Santa Claus, snowmen, reindeer, elves, candy canes, presents and holiday cheer. Students generate multiple answers to each question: What outfits could you wear on Christmas morning?How could Santa travel from house to house in
This resource is a great way to introduce or review divergent thinking skills. Models of Thinking included:Bloom’s TaxonomyCreative Problem SolvingRenzulli’s Enrichment TriadThinking CapsGardner’s Multiple IntelligencesAcademic Domains included:EnglishMathScienceSocial StudiesHealthCreative ArtsBoth
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20 printable pages for third-grade students to think about Christmas, Santa Claus, snowmen, reindeer, elves, candy canes, presents and holiday cheer. Students generate multiple answers to each question: What objects can you carry in one hand?What are some activities you can do while sitting on the
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20 printable pages for sixth-grade students to think about Christmas, Santa Claus, snowmen, reindeer, elves, candy canes, presents and holiday cheer. Students generate multiple answers to each question: How can you keep your ears warm in the winter?How could you use a sock on Christmas morning?What
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20 printable pages for eighth-grade students to think about Christmas, Santa Claus, snowmen, reindeer, elves, candy canes, presents and holiday cheer. Students generate multiple answers to each question: What are some unwanted things that could happen on Christmas eve?What weird things could you ad

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