Questioning is a task students rarely get to take part in. This task usually is completed by the teacher while the student assumes the role or answerer. Sadly, when teachers create all of the questions, students are missing out on a valuable opportunity to learn and practice a strategy that could potentially change their lives forever.
Questioning enables people to think and act when posed with a problem. Questioning deeply, as practiced in this game/activity, can help students identify problems, create new understandings, and opportunities for learning beyond simply answering questions.
As with all of my Use Your Noggin Task Cards, students will closely observe specific details in engaging thought-provoking photos to practice the skill of questioning.
*****Note: Pictures included in this product were chosen specifically for use with questioning practice. This product could potentially be used by 1st graders second semester or if students are developmentally ready for questioning tasks. *******
This task card game/practice fits most any age and most any reading level, grades 1-5, since students are either challenging themselves or placed with classmates of similar abilities to compete. Scaffold the directions or use of certain cards according to students' reading abilities.
-Use as a center for individual practice
-Play in pairs to challenge readers
-Play as a group or a class to increase the level of challenge
This game supports:
-Print as 4x6 task cards
-Print as full size pages
-Laminate for repeated use
-Use digitally within Apps or Google learning tools for paperless version
-Play together using document camera/Smartboard/projector/Apple TV
This is part of a series in task card games. Check them out here:
Use Your Noggin: Using Descriptive Words Halloween Edition Task Cards
Use Your Noggin: Using Descriptive Words Task Cards
Use Your Noggin: Main Idea and Details Task Cards
Use Your Noggin Figurative Language Task Card Game
Use Your Noggin Compare and Contrast Task Card Game