Teachers can ask open-ended questions that require higher order thinking and provide opportunities for students to synthesize and apply knowledge.
This chart is similar to a rubric and allows the teacher to take guided notes about a students spoken response to a question.
The chart is fully editable and can be used in nearly any classroom or content area. I am an English teacher, so the chart features objectives for reading literature, but these can be easily changed.
The chart features space to take notes in regard to the following areas of student response:
*Open-ended questions or objectives
*Blooms taxonomy response level (evaluation-judgment, synthesis-combining, analysis-examine, application-solve, comprehension-understand, and knowledge-memory)
*Connections to knowledge and other areas
*Score (advanced, high, proficient, approaching, not proficient)