Presentation on theme: "Student Role. One one side of the card, write your first and last name. Come up with 5 questions based on your reading of The Giver. Your questions should."— Presentation transcript:
One one side of the card, write your first and last name. Come up with 5 questions based on your reading of The Giver. Your questions should be: 1 level 1 3 level 2s 1 level 3 DO NOT WRITE ON THE BACK OF THE CARD. (Thank you! )
Questions can be answered directly from reading the text. Example: What is the main character's name? Example: Where is Thomas? Example: What does Thomas want to be?
Questions can be answered by looking in the text for clues and putting information together. Answers must be inferenced from the text. Answers require one or more sentences. Example: Why do the people rely on Thomas' help to get out of The Glade? Example: Since the beginning, why is Thomas so determined to be a Maze Runner?
Questions are applicable universally; they cannot be answered from the text alone. Answers require you to think about what you read, what you already know, and how it fits together. Example: Does good always triumph over evil? Example: Does everything have to change?
Serves as the discussion panel for student-generated questions May use notes Much provide at least 2 quality responses (extension, cause/effect, elaboration – fully supported by the text) No moderator or hands raised – listen and “jump in” Follow rules of courteous discussion May ask questions of each other only No interaction with outer circle or teacher
Responsible for guiding and motivating inner circle discussion (through questions) Each member should ask at least 1 question No moderator or hands raised – listen and “jump in” Follow rules of courteous discussion No interaction with inner circle or teacher, other than to ask your question May not respond to the inner circle discussions Record responses of your inner circle partner
Partner’s Name 1. summarize what they say 2. summarize what they say