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2. ppt lots hots

  1. 1. LOTS and HOTS
  2. 2. DIVING DEEPER INTO THINKINGRememberingUnderstanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating
  3. 3. LOTS Remembering Understanding Applying
  4. 4. Lower-Order Thinking Skills (LOTS) Lower-order thinking skills are used to understand the basic story line or literal meaning of a story, play, or poem. This includes: • Wh questions. • teaching relevant lexical items. • relating to grammatical structures when relevant.
  5. 5. Key Words for LOTS Questions Who? What? Where? When? Do you know…? Can you identify…? Name…. List……
  6. 6. To increase our cultural level.
  7. 7. After the LOTS…….Once a student has mastered the basic understanding of a text, s/he is ready to move on to the next level which involves using that information in some way.
  8. 8. After the LOTS…….HOTS Analyzing Evaluating Creating
  9. 9. Higher-order thinking skills are used to: interpret a text on a more abstract level. manipulate information and ideas in ways that transform their meaning and implications.
  10. 10.  Predicting  Explaining cause and Applying effect Inferring  Distinguishing different Sequencing perspectives Identifying parts and  Problem solving whole  Uncovering motives Classifying  Generating possibilities Comparing and  Synthesizing contrasting  Making connections Explaining patterns  Evaluating
  11. 11. Ask the person next to you the followingquestions.Why did they choose their teaching field?If you could do it all over again, what would you liketo be doing and why?Prepare to share.
  12. 12.  While critical thinking can be thought of as more left-brain and creative thinking more right brain, they both involve "thinking." When we talk about HOTS "higher-order thinking skills" were concentrating on the top three levels of Blooms Taxonomy: analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
  13. 13. LET ´S WORK! Knowledge Comprehension Synthesis Application Evaluation
  14. 14. 1. What did Cinderella want?2. Do you think the stepsisters loved Cinderella?3. If the prince broke the glass slipper, how else could he find Cinderella?4. Who made Cinderella’s dress?5. Why was the glass slipper important?6. Did Cinderella like the ball?7. Who wanted to find Cinderella after the ball?8. Do you think that everyone who marries a prince will be happy? Why or why not?
  15. 15. 1. What did Cinderella want?2. Do you think the stepsisters loved Cinderella?3. If the prince broke the glass slipper, how else could he find Cinderella?4. Who made Cinderella’s dress?5. Why was the glass slipper important?6. Did Cinderella like the ball? Comprehension7. Who wanted to find Cinderella after the ball?8. Do you think that everyone who marries a prince will be happy? Why or why not?
  16. 16. Lower Order Thinking Skills Answers given in the reading Students state or recite answersHigher Order Thinking Skills Answers NOT provided Student use information from the reading to figure out the answer
  17. 17.  Is higher level thinking activities only for high level achievers?
  18. 18.  Lower level questions are those at the remembering, understanding and lower level application levels of the taxonomy. Usually questions at the lower levels are appropriate for: ▪ Evaluating students’ preparation and comprehension ▪ Diagnosing students’ strengths and weaknesses ▪ Reviewing and/or summarizing content
  19. 19. Higher level questions are those requiring complexapplication, analysis, evaluation or creation skills.Questions at higher levels of the taxonomy areusually most appropriate for: Encouraging students to think more deeply and critically Problem solving Encouraging discussions Stimulating students to seek information on their own
  20. 20. Higher level questions are those requiring complexapplication, analysis, evaluation or creation skills.Questions at higher levels of the taxonomy areusually most appropriate for: Encouraging students to think more deeply and critically Problem solving Encouraging discussions Stimulating students to seek information on their own
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