(DeBonos Six Thinking Hats - different thinking styles) - Think of them as different cups of tea that everyone changes what they like to drink once in a while, but they still have a preference that they will go back to
This would allow students to think more deeply about what they read. By bringing in actual hats to represent these components, you could put together a cohesive class writing that represents the thoughts of multiple students.
Higher Order Thinking and Comprehension - The Six Thinking Hats
de Bono's six thinking hats are used to support critical thinking and higher order comprehension. Explicit questions are provided for each of the six thinking hats, to support students to think deeply about the text, "The Lorax" by Dr Seuss. Students work in small co-operative groups to discuss key issues in the text. The resource builds on accountable talk, critical literacy and philosophical inquiry.