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Higher Order Questioning using THICK Questions

Thick questions require students to think and search for the answer. Thick questions are high order questioning that can be used as an active reading strategy.

Here's a freebie to support higher order thinking skills (HOTS) in your classroom! There are six pages of question stems (one page for each level), plus a storage label. Enjoy & thanks for stopping by!

Here's a freebie to support higher order thinking skills (HOTS) in your classroom! There are six pages of question stems (one page for each level), plus a storage label. Enjoy & thanks for stopping by!

Key words for writing higher order thinking questions. by christy

A poster to help get you thinking about how you can apply Bloom’s higher-order thinking skills with your students. This poster shows the segments of an orange with each segment relating to a thinking skill and some helpful verbs to serve as prompts.

What a great hands-on literacy activity to try! Teaching word families with ping pong balls!

What a great hands-on literacy activity to try! Teaching word families with ping pong balls! Maybe shoot them off with nerf or water guns after they read it?

Paper towel tube & paint stirrer stick word family activity

Paper towel tube & paint stirrer stick word family activity - could probably do with toilet paper tubes and giant popsicle sticks instead.

Dex and Our Reading Super Powers: this could definitely be adapted to Academy...different levels practice attaining different super powers...use color-coded mini pocket charts...goes right along with power goals and our cape!

Dex and Our Reading Super Powers: this could definitely be adapted to Academy.different levels practice attaining different super powers.use color-coded mini pocket charts.goes right along with power goals and our cape!