Polar Express - Using Thinking Tools

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Using Thinking Tools
(90 pages in total)

Print and go! Explore this book through Bloom's, De Bono, Thinker's Keys and Text-to-text tasks.

Tasks to do prior to reading the Book - 1 page

Bloom’s Taxonomy tasks – 28 pages
Remembering – Comic Strip, Themes in the story, Nouns/adjectives, Postcards
Understanding – Lists, simile, losing the bell, mapping
Applying – Train ticket task, travel Poster, story map, graphing
Analysing – Venn Diagram, Y chart, Comparisons
Evaluating – mysterious or Magical, Alternative CD cover
Creating – book mark, Tasks for after Reading – 1 page

Debono’s Thinking Hat tasks (13 pages)
Color plus black and white sets
White – record the facts
Yellow – positive parts of the story
Black – issue from the story
Red – how does it make it feel?
Green – the creative parts of the story
Blue – improvements

20 Thinkers Keys (30 pages)– each one is a writing prompt (The Keys are :Reverse, What if, Disadvantage, Combination, Alphabet, Bar, Variation, Picture, Prediction, Different Uses, Ridiculous,
Commonality, Question, Brainstorm, Invention, Brick Wall, Construction, Forced, Alternative, Interpretation

Text to text-Text to self-Text to world
I see, I think, I wonder
The boy/train/bell/ticket is, can, has
Recount task
A trip to the North Pole - narrative
Dear Santa letter

An extra writing lined page
Total Pages
90
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N/A
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Polar Express - Using Thinking Tools
Polar Express - Using Thinking Tools
Polar Express - Using Thinking Tools
Polar Express - Using Thinking Tools