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1 Growing Every Child! The following slides are examples of questions your child will use in the classroom throughout the year. The questions progress from concrete to abstract levels of thinking. My goal is to get your child thinking at a higher level in order to increase their comprehension. They will be introduced to all levels and will focus on higher levels of questioning throughout the year.

2 Level 1: Remembering questions 1.What is …? 2.Where is …? 3.How did _____happen? 4.Why did …? 5.When did…? 6.How would you show…? 7.Who were the main…? 8.Which one …? 9.How is …? 10.When did _____ happen? 11.How would you explain …? 12.How would you describe …? 13.Can you recall …? 14.Can you select …? 15.Can you list the three …? 16.Who was …?

3 Level 2: Understanding questions 1.How would you classify the type of …? 2.How would you compare …? Contrast? 3.Will you state or interpret in your own words …? 4.How would you rephrase the meaning …? 5.What facts or ideas show …? 6.What is the main idea of …? 7.Which statements support …? 8.Can you explain what is happening …? what is meant? 9.What can you say about …? 10.Which is the best answer …? 11.How would you summarize …?

4 Level 3: Applying questions 1.How would you use …? 2.What examples can you find to …? 3.How would you solve _____ using what youve learned …? 4.How would you organize ___ to show …? 5.How would you show your understanding of …? 6.What approach would you use to …? 7.How would you apply what you learned to develop …? 8.What other way would you plan to …? 9.What would result if …? 10.Can you make use of the facts to …? 11.What elements would you choose to change …? 12.What facts would you select to show …? 13.What questions would you ask in an interview with …?

5 Level 4: Analyzing questions 1.What are the parts of features of …? 2.How is _____ related to …? 3.Why do you think …? 4.What is the theme …? 5.What motive is there …? 6.Can you list the parts …? 7.What inference can you make …? 8.What conclusions can you draw …? 9.How would you classify …? 10.How would you categorize …? 11.Can you identify the different parts …? 12.What evidence can you find …? 13.What is the relationship between …? 14.Can you distinguish between …? 15.What is the function of …? 16.What ideas justify …?

6 Level 5: Evaluating questions 1.Do you agree with the actions …? with the outcome …? 2.What is your opinion of …? 3.How would you prove …? disprove? 4.Can you assess the value or importance of …? 5.Would it be better if …? 6.Why did they (the character) choose …? 7.What would you recommend …? 8.How would you rate the …? 9.What would you cite to defend the actions …? 10.How could you determine …? 11.What choice would you have made …? 12.How would you prioritize …? 13.What judgment would you make about …? 14.Based on what you know, how would you explain …? 15.What information would you use to support the view …? 16.How would you justify …? 17.What data was used to make the conclusion …? 18.Why was it better that…? 19.How would you compare the ideas …? people …?

7 Level 6: Creating questions 1.What changes would you make to solve …? 2.How would you improve …? 3.What would happen if …? 4.Can you elaborate on the reason …? 5.Can you propose an alternative …? 6.Can you invent …? 7.How would you adapt ____ to create a different …? 8.How could you change (modify) the plot (plan) …? 9.What could be done to minimize (maximize) …? 10.What way would you design …? 11.What could be combined to improve (change) …? 12.Suppose you could _____ what would you do …? 13.How would you test …? 14.Can you formulate a theory for …? 15.Can you predict the outcome if …? 16.How would you estimate the results for …? 17.What facts can you compile …? 18.Can you construct a model that would change …? 19.Can you think of an original way for the …?


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