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 …

Character Trait Higher Order Thinking Questions - 36 Character Trait Questions Based on Bloom's Taxonomy - use the higher order thinking questions to challenge your students thinking.

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. …

Use these higher order thinking questions to get kids thinking more critically about text features.

Text Features Questions: Higher Order Thinking

When questioning students about text features, it is important that we encourage students to think past knowledge and recall questions and into more higher order thinking questions. Below are some text features questions you can ask your students for each of the levels in Bloom’s Taxonomy. (Click here for more text feature activity ideas.) My Text Features Task Cards also …