36 Questions for Teaching Point of View: Bloom's Taxonomy. Great for upper elementary classrooms.

Point of View Questions: Higher Order Thinking

Below is a list of 36 questions you could use while teaching point of view to get students thinking more critically. The point of view questions are organized with Bloom’s Taxonomy in mind. Make sure you are incorporating higher order thinking questions consistently in your teaching of point of view. You can also download a printable PDF version of these …

Integrate technology when teaching character traits - includes instructions and grading rubric for a Character Traits Wordle!

Character Traits Technology Integration

A character traits lesson plan is likely going to include students reading a fictional story and filling out a character trait graphic organizer. However, there are several easy ways to integrate technology into your character trait lesson plans and help bring your students into the 21st century. One of my favorite ways to integrate technology while teaching character traits was …

Free Character Traits Lists - Includes a list of positive character traits, a list of negative character traits, and a list of synonyms of character traits.

Free Character Traits List

Below are 3 different character traits lists for you to use to help expand your students’ character trait vocabulary. Or, check out my other character trait resources. You can download a free pdf version of these Character Trait Lists on the Character Trait Page in my Members Area. Just look for the red “free” next to the resource “Character Traits …

Character Traits Questions: Higher Order Thinking

As teachers, we are constantly questioning our students. We all know how important it is to ask our students higher level thinking questions, but often the questions we think of on the spot are more knowledge or comprehension based questions. Questions that encourage students to analyze, apply, or evaluate their learning are harder to come up with on the spot. …