Questioning is a strategy that readers use to engage with the text. Questioning techniques help the reader to clarify and comprehend what he is reading. Struggling readers tend not to ask questions of themselves or the text as they read.
Modeling self-questioning on Bloom's Taxonomy
Modeling self-questioning on Bloom's Taxonomy By Doug Buehl The answer is:Â Grover Cleveland. But what is the question? Students have become well conditioned to answering questions, especially those that feature expected responses likeÂ Grover Cleveland. The questions may vary: âWho was the only president whose two terms in office were not consecutive?â or âWho was the only Democrat to serve as president in the years between 1861 and 1913?â or even âWho was one of the pudgiest…
Promote Deep Thinking! How to Choose a Complex Text - ReadWriteThink
Complex texts promote deep thinking and critical analysis by students. Through close reading of a complex text, students' independent reading abilities also increase.