Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Marzano Thinking Skills

Wow I forgot how exhausting the beginning of the year can be!  Just wanted to share a goal of mine for this upcoming school year - to be better at questioning! I made examples of different types of questions I can ask during whole group carpet time (during read alouds, etc.) and guided reading groups. They are based off of Marzano's 7 thinking skills: knowledge, organizing, applying, analyzing, generating, integrating, and evaluating. I plan on putting these on a ring and keeping them by my small group and carpet areas. Hope you can find them useful!


You can get yours here!


4 comments:

Kerri said...

This is awesome. This was one of the things when I looked at our new rubric for evaluation that I knew I needed to improve in. Thanks so much for sharing.

Mrs. Lochridge said...

So cute and such a practical reference! Love it. Thanks for sharing.

Alicia
First Grade Factory

Sue said...

Thank you so very much! I will surely be using these cuties.

Christina said...

I LOVE your questioning guide!!! I am a first year teacher and this resource is wonderful! In our class, we are trying to encourage the children to question each other, so I will put these on a binder ring to model for their own use! The only thing I noticed was on the "Generating" page, I think it is supposed to say "Imagine how life would be different if _____." Amazing job though!

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