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November 15, 2023

Writing Higher-Order Questions with Bloom’s Taxonomy

Writing higher-order questions using Bloom’s Taxonomy is an excellent way to encourage students to think and learn more deeply. This video shows how pre-taught wording for question creation enables students to walk through the levels of higher-order thinking to analyze a novel or given text. The Frayer Model also enhances the learning of academic and critical vocabulary to help students brainstorm higher-level questions and comprehend the text. With these two strategies, readers gain a better understanding of the text. 

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What are the benefits of using multiple strategies to increase comprehension?
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