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Class meeting030813b

  1. 1. Reading Comprehension andLevels of Questioning in the Content Area AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  2. 2. Levels of Questioning• Context: Bloom’s Taxonomy (revised)• Strategy: Ciardiello’s Levels of Questioning AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  3. 3. AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  4. 4. AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  5. 5. Bloom | Verb List AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  6. 6. The Nature of the Question• Name and label the parts of a castle.• Compare the lifestyles of a knight, a serf, and a manor lord in the Middle Ages.• How did the invention of the Gutenberg printing press propel the Renaissance forward? AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  7. 7. Question AnalysisQ1: What is the capital of Maine?Q2: What do you think Hamlet meant when he said, "to be or not to be, that is the question?"Q3: According to our definition of socialism, which of the following nations would be considered to be socialist? AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  8. 8. Question AnalysisQ4: After studying the French, American, and Russian revolutions, what can you conclude about the causes of a revolution?Q5: Write a letter to the editor on a social issue of concern to you.Q6: Make a collage of pictures and words that represents your beliefs and feelings about the issue. AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  9. 9. The Nature of the Question• Find the perimeter. • Draw a six-sided 4 cm irregular polygon with a 3 cm 3 cm perimeter of 23 units. Show all dimensions. 3 cm 3 cm 4 cm AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  10. 10. • Altering assessment can “open” them to provide truer pictures of what students know and can do.• With alternative tasks students are more engaged in target knowledge and have a greater range of opportunity to demonstrate what they know and can do. AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  11. 11. Deconstructing the CCSS• CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RST.6-8.5 Analyze the structure an author uses to organize a text, including how the major sections contribute to the whole and to an understanding of the topic.• CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RST.6-8.6 Analyze the author’s purpose in providing an explanation, describing a procedure, or discussing an experiment in a text.• CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RST.6-8.9 Compare and contrast the information gained from experiments, simulations, video, or multimedia sources with that gained from reading a text on the same topic. AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  12. 12. Deconstructing the CCSS• CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH.9-10.1 Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources, attending to such features as the date and origin of the information. AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  13. 13. Resources• SC State Department Supporting Documents http://www.ed.sc.gov/ http://ed.sc.gov/agency/se/teacher-effectiveness/standards-and-curriculum/ http://ed.sc.gov/agency/se/Teacher-Effectiveness/Standards-and- Curriculum/Mathematics.cfm http://ed.sc.gov/agency/se/Teacher-Effectiveness/Standards-and-Curriculum/Science.cfm• Common Core Standards http://www.corestandards.org/ AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  14. 14. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent Evaluative AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  15. 15. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent Evaluative AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  16. 16. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent EvaluativeSignal wordsCognitiveoperations AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  17. 17. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent EvaluativeSignal words Who, what, where, when?Cognitiveoperations AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  18. 18. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent EvaluativeSignal words Who, what, where, when?Cognitive Naming,operations defining, identifying, designating AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  19. 19. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent EvaluativeSignal words Who, what, Why, how, in where, when? what ways?Cognitive Naming,operations defining, identifying, designating AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  20. 20. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent EvaluativeSignal words Who, what, Why, how, in where, when? what ways?Cognitive Naming, Explaining,operations defining, stating identifying, relationships, designating comparing and contrasting AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  21. 21. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent EvaluativeSignal words Who, what, Why, how, in Imagine, where, when? what ways? suppose, predict, if/thenCognitive Naming, Explaining,operations defining, stating identifying, relationships, designating comparing and contrasting AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  22. 22. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent EvaluativeSignal words Who, what, Why, how, in Imagine, where, when? what ways? suppose, predict, if/thenCognitive Naming, Explaining, Predicting,operations defining, stating hypothesizing, identifying, relationships, inferring, designating comparing and reconstructing contrasting AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  23. 23. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent EvaluativeSignal words Who, what, Why, how, in Imagine, Defend, judge, where, when? what ways? suppose, justify/what do predict, if/then you think?Cognitive Naming, Explaining, Predicting,operations defining, stating hypothesizing, identifying, relationships, inferring, designating comparing and reconstructing contrasting AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  24. 24. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Memory Convergent Divergent EvaluativeSignal words Who, what, Why, how, in Imagine, Defend, judge, where, when? what ways? suppose, justify/what do predict, if/then you think?Cognitive Naming, Explaining, Predicting, Valuing,operations defining, stating hypothesizing, judging, identifying, relationships, inferring, defending, designating comparing and reconstructing justifying contrasting AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  25. 25. Poll• http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_ch oice_polls/ODQ0NTY5MDUw• http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_ch oice_polls/LTE1MjU1NDQxNjU• http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_ch oice_polls/MTA0ODUxNDUzOQ AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  26. 26. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Content area examples AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  27. 27. Ciardiello’s Four Levels of Questioning Activity1. Think about generating questions.2. Choose a section from your content textbook.3. Develop two questions at each Ciardello level .4. Share your questions with others in the group.5. Select the “best” question for each level.6. Report that best question to the class. Explain the level and where it fits on Bloom’s taxonomy as well. AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  28. 28. Let’s Try It!AEDR 518 and AEDS 446
  29. 29. Q&AAEDR 518 and AEDS 446

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