These QR fiction & nonfiction reading response cards include the six revised steps in Bloom's Taxonomy:
The QR Critter Questions include the six revised steps in Bloom's Taxonomy with ten questions on each level to help students reflect on their FICTION and NONFICTION reading (5 questions of each for each level). These QR Critters are aligned to the Common Core State Standards for Literature & Informational Text.
Each Bloom's level includes five questions to help students build upon that particular level of thinking. The colors are also in the order of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue & purple) to help kids visualize the progression. They coordinate with my Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Posters
You can use these in a guided reading session, for a center, or as quick activities to reinforce the different Bloom Taxonomy levels. Lots of possibilities for use in your class!
** These are the perfect independent follow-up to my Bloom's Brochures (see all of the possibilities here: http://3rd.gr/blooms_resources
which include the same questions in a more structured format. These codes allow you to mix-and-match Bloom's levels in an engaging tech format!
Each QR code features adorable reading monsters and an smartphone image with a QR Code inside. Students can use any QR reader (available as a free app on any tablet or smartphone) to scan the code that will pull up a numbered question.
Students will use the included recording sheets to write down the question number and answer the question based on their reading. Perfect for differentiation and year-long use since these questions work with ANY FICTION or NONFICTION book or passage!
There are two included pages for teacher reference and include every numbered question broken into Bloom's levels. Cards are included to be covers or bin labels, depending on how you want to store these. I like to bind them with a binder ring with the cover, or you could also store these in a bin from the Dollar Store and use the cover as a label-- lots of possibilities!
Great for use in:
- setting a purpose for reading
- book talks
- informal assessments
- partner conversations
- literature groups
- weekly nonfiction readers (Scholastic News, TFK, etc.)
- Guided Reading
- fast finisher station
- Daily 5
- and more!!
** Be sure to download the PREVIEW to see the many pieces and parts to this packet**
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