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    Marzano Question Stems

    Here is a Marzano word work cootie catcher to use for review activities: spell, say, give example/non-example/synonym/part of speech/nonverbal representation/definition/sentence.

    Depth of Knowledge Question Stems

    This is completely AMAZING!!! An interactive Bloom's Taxonomy pyramid! Click on the links to find activities.

    Standards-Aligned Question Stems--Turn On Your Brain. Using my “I can” statements from last summer and combining that work with work from other sources (referenced in the document), one high school English teacher from Michigan, Robert Belprez, created the following chart as a quick-reference guide for integrating the common core into 9-10 grade ELA classrooms. Download the complete document here: Question Stems.

    Higher level thinking - have them come up with questions to a given answer to assess their knowledge!

    Having home schooled dyslexic kids for the past 20 years, I have a unique appreciation for the plethora of handy new technology that is available today to help my kids who learn differently.  I long thought of technology as a crutch, but now think of it as the way of the future and we […]

    Ideas for Interactive Notebook- great blog, AND it's by a middle school teacher

    eye-lighter, to help with reading

    bks r lke rly lng txt msgs (inspiration for our current bulletin board at my work)

    I don't know? - alternative questions

    Irregular Verbs foldable!

    Question cubes made from foam dollar store dice. Created for guided reading but could easily be adapted for other uses.

    Bookmarks with question stems for QAR strategy mswatkinsleopards...

    Marzano chart - This is different from the other one because the students rate themselves on their effort on a given task

    Marzano evaluation chart


    Hello Literacy: Marzano's Six Steps for Vocabulary Instruction

    high school library websites

    Erasing meanness in students. Powerful. I'd like to try something similar with my High School students.