Students and teachers can use these question stems to create discussion questions that focus on the three higher levels of Bloom's taxonomy: Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation.
Simply pick a question stem and finish it with content you are
Poetry can be difficult for some students to access. Using wordle to create an image of a poem allows students to speculate on the poem's meaning and key elements. Students will analyze the wordle on one side and the original formatted poem on the
Students can use this diagram to analyze the themes and characteristic of the sermon and Puritan literature. Tie this with a mini-lesson or oral reading so that students can use the tool for social and independent learning.
This teacher directed webquest allows students to make connections to The Crucible and history. Through viewing primary sources, paintings, and documents related to the Salem Witch Trials, students will be able to analyze American history and
The game allows for content and plot review while promoting social learning and healthy competition. Students take turns picking a number 1-50 and then they are asked the question that corresponds with that number. Another student checks their
Use this organizer to help students analyze images of all types. They can create titles, look for archetypes and symbols, or simply guess at artists purpose. The guiding questions help students focus on what they need to analyze in each
This assignment provides a wordle of The Gettysburg Address that introduces students to the text without telling them who wrote it, the title, or any background information. This allows students to simply view the text and draw their own
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Informational Text
Use this to introduce the themes of teenage love and family loyalty. Students write their explanations, then share out with small groups. Once they have shared, the reflect on their original thoughts. After they have read the story or have viewed
Activate your students background knowledge and get them interested in the novel with this anticipation guide. Students will select whether they agree or not, and then they will explain their decision. This promotes discussion and you can play