Lynsey McKinnon

Lynsey McKinnon

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In class we have been learning all about how our learning journey works and how learning is not always easy. We have been trying to push ourselves with all of the tasks we are given. We read a book…

In class we have been learning all about how our learning journey works and how learning is not always easy. We have been trying to push ourselves with all of the tasks we are given. We read a book… Right hand higher than left

Totally Terrific in Texas: "Bloom's Buttons" - Perfect way to incorporate Bloom's Taxonomy and to encourage higher-level thinking!

Totally Terrific in Texas: "Bloom's Buttons" - Perfect way to incorporate Bloom's Taxonomy and to encourage higher-level thinking! Good for fiction reading

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This is my take on vocab pockets. I put a variety of high level adjectives for common words such as happy or sad into jewellery bags and hung them onto hooks to encourage children to use them to expand their vocabulary. Jeweller bags were £2 from eBay, bargain!!!

This is my take on vocab pockets. I put a variety of high level adjectives for common words such as happy or sad into jewellery bags and hung them onto hooks to encourage children to use them to expand their vocabulary. Jeweller bags were £2 from eBay, bargain!!!

(Partially Editable- You can add your own questions.)Incorporate Bloom's Taxonomy language and questioning in your daily lessons with this set of Bloom's Button Question Cards. Great to use with any fictional read aloud. Have students take a button break.

Adapt questions for lower levels. Can ask questions to be written in journal, discuss with partner or group, or independent thinking.

This product contains 6 different posters for each level of Bloom's Taxonomy. On each poster there is a list of the common verbs that are associated with each level of thinking. On each poster there is a visual to show the students how much "brain power" it requires to answer questions with the given verbs.

These posters represent each level of Bloom's Taxonomy. Each poster has verbs that relate to the specified level and a "bar of brain power" to assess the level of difficulty and thinking required.

Higher level questioning is on everyone's minds these days. I knew I wanted to create something for Blooms, but just couldn't decide on how...

During read-aloud, have student select a button from a jar then ask a question that corresponds to the color button chosen. Questions can be answered individually, in buddies, or in journal. Button cards correspond to Bloom's taxonomy.