Enhance your students' higher-order thinking skills and your questioning techniques with Inquiry Man and Inquiry Woman Bloom's Taxonomy Prompts. Included in this file is 30 prompts that are derived from the upper levels of Bloom's Taxonomy.
The prompts take the form of sentence starters and 'I statements' that can be applied across multiple curriculums.
"To figure out the problem I had to..."
"The first way I found the answer was...Another way to find the answer could be..."
"I think these are classified this way because..."
"I can apply the information in this experiment to..."
"In order to show this clearly I need to..."
"An overall theme that this lesson connects to is...Because..."
In addition to these, you get 24 more open-ended, higher-order prompts. Each page has one cutout for Inquiry Man and one cutout for Inquiry Woman, with the same prompt along with space for your students to write their answer.
These are great for use as quick formative assessments, exit tickets, class discussion starters, and pre-writes.
Plus: You get a blank template to type your own Inquiry Man and Inquiry Woman prompts, or even better, have your students write their own!
This is a 33 page zip file that includes:
-30 open-ended prompts
-Table of contents to quickly look up the prompt you need
-Explanations of three ways to implement the prompts