Sarah Allen
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week 3- summarize  This handout asks students five questions, then asks them to write a summary using the five answers.

Third Grade Week summarize This handout asks students five questions, then asks them to write a summary using the five answers.

Can your students formulate questions that fall into each of the Six Thinking Hat categories?  Challenge them to spark some fun discussion! #inquiry

Can your students formulate questions that fall into each of the Six Thinking Hat categories? Challenge them to spark some fun discussion!

(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

Six Thinking Hats - different thinking styles to help with group work and preparing for the dreaded debate. I would use this strategy in my room to supplement the Drama/Debate teacher's lectures over debate to help my students see the many sides.

Higher level questions (Blooms taxonomy) cool  #classroom  poster   # Pinterest++ for iPad #

Wake County Public School System Bloom's Taxonomy posters // Search terms: Higher order thinking skills, HOTS, higher level thinking…free printable posters!