Students asking higher order questions for Danielson model?

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  1. MissNikki

    MissNikki Comrade

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    Anyone have resources to help with this? Students are supposed to initiate and pose the questions. :dizzy:
     
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  3. ScienceEd

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    we are going over it in our PDs. Our principal is pushing for us to incorporate it into our class room.

    First you have to model it by including at least 2 Higher order thinking questions in your lesson plan.

    Then you have to teach the students how to identify what level the questions they ask are and how to change the question to be higher order (more open ended and exploratory, than cut and dry facts).

    Personally I incorporate it into my exit ticket strategy:

    3,2, 1 exit ticket

    3 things they learned today.
    2 connection with prior knowledge, other subjects or current events
    1 question about what they didn't understand OR a higher order questions that might be used on the test (they can create more than one for a few extra credit points)
     
  4. agdamity

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    Literature circles are a great place to start. Discuss the difference between thick and thin questions. There are several resources that teach how to get kids discussing in literature circles. I really like Harvey Daniel (the later editions where he doesn't focus as much on roles).
     
  5. gr3teacher

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    Socratic Seminars do a good job with asking higher-level questions.
     
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    And reciprocal teaching groups!
     

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