Presentation on theme: "Coach J. What’s the big deal? Learning takes place when you produce knowledge not re produce it. Recognize a higher-level thinking question: Colleges."— Presentation transcript:
What’s the big deal? Learning takes place when you produce knowledge not re produce it. Recognize a higher-level thinking question: Colleges want you to be able to dig deeper, use higher level thinking questions. Needed for Tutorials and Socratic Seminars…so we can have a common language
? Remember Define Repeat Name List State Describe Recall MemorizeLabel Match Identify Record Show understanding Give examples Restate Discuss Express Rewrite Recognize Explain Report Review Locate Find Paraphrase Tell Extend Summarize Generalize
LEVEL I FACTUAL QUESTIONS: have only one answer on the line- answers found in the text. very concrete info is recalled in the exact manner/form it was heard short answers (usually 1 or 2 words)
LEVEL I Gathering and recalling information: Level I questions start with: define, describe, identify, list, name observe, recite, scan, explain, review locate, paraphrase
Your Turn In your WTL, write down one level one question about Anthem.
LEVEL II INTERPRETIVE QUESTIONS more than one answer w/evidence from the text between the lines. more abstract, one must manipulate the information to find the answer examines motives or causes involves finding info. that supports generalizations or decision-making Short answer or essay
LEVEL II Making sense of the gathered information: Level II questions start with: analyze, compare, group, infer, contrast, sequence, illustrate, retell, synthesize, sort, diagram, summarize
Your Turn In your WTL, write down two level two questions about Anthem.
? Conclude Rate Decide Solve Support Model Summarize Judge Estimate Explain Prove Multiple solutions Justify Check Measure Select Teach Evaluate Choose Value Predict Assess Real-life Hypothesize Apply
LEVEL III EVALUATIVE QUESTIONS answer goes beyond text- Beyond the line. applying information answer depends on personal experiences, values, interpretation of literature, etc. asks for judgments to be made from information gives opinions about issues, judge validity of ideas Essay questions
LEVEL III Applying and evaluating information: Level III questions start with: apply, evaluate, hypothesize, imagine, judge, predict, speculate, compose, construct, critique
Your Turn In your WTL, write down three level three question about Anthem.
LEVEL II LEVEL III LEVEL I Real learning takes place in levels II and III.
LEVEL II LEVEL III LEVEL I Applying and evaluating information Make sense of the information Gather and Recall information REVIEW:
Reword the question using other words from the same Costa level. Construct a new question using words from higher or lower Costa levels. Use several level one questions to create a level two or three question. Relate ideas from the question to: a personal experience, a movie, to the “big” questions of life, or random words (to find “hidden connections”). If you don’t know how to answer the question, develop a new question that you predict will have a similar answer but is easier to discuss. Example: Change “What caused the Civil War?” into “Compare and contrast the North and the South before the Civil War.” 2011- Tulsa Community College- Engaged Student Programming
Your Turn Now with a group of classmates (preferably three or four): On socrative submit the best question for the second and third level of questioning about Anthem.