Health Education Questioning: Challenge your students to think!

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1 word document with 15 sets of standard-based Depth and Complexity questioning to embed into your lessons related to the following units: Nutrition, Alcohol/Tobacco/Other Drugs, Sex Education, Mental and Emotional Health, Personal and Consumer Health. Challenge your students to think and problem solve at their own ability. The Scholar question is the lower level question and the Genius question is intended for those of higher academic abilities. Use these questions to introduce a topic to gauge previous knowledge, extend a topic to challenge students to think beyond the lesson, or help summarize a lesson. These questions could be used as a class discussion, journal entry/class discussion, or quick write at the end of class. This questioning technique is an effective form of differentiation to challenge all students to think critically at their own ability. Depth and complexity questioning allows students to analyze different perspectives, patterns, trends over time, the big idea, across disciplines, and unanswered questions in health education. This questioning technique has been proven to effectively engage all students.
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Health Education Questioning: Challenge your students to think!
Health Education Questioning: Challenge your students to think!
Health Education Questioning: Challenge your students to think!
Health Education Questioning: Challenge your students to think!