This strategy gets students thinking about an issue, idea, item, or topic at all levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. This strategy can be good as a post-learning activity, or to build background on a familiar topic before connecting that to new learning.
Believe it or not, I have used this strategy for students in grades 2-8, and I know it works well in high school as well. It's all in the presentation, my friends!
Includes instructions on how to implement at all levels, a "water" cubing activity to build background before a lesson on the Water Cycle, a blank template for a teacher to fill in their own questions, and a general cubing template. The blank template is set up as a PDF form so you can just complete & print!