This lesson demonstrates a strategy to support students to ask increasingly deeper questions about a text until they have created a question pyramid. Deeper Thinking With Question Pyramids
This lesson provides a resource and a process to help students build and refine effective questions. The process can work with any topic at any year level. Constructing good questions Question Maker
This lesson uses one of the excellent comic adaptations of World War I poems from the anthology: Above The Dreamless Dead – World War I In Poetry and Comics. The poem/comic adaptation that features in this lesson – The Immortals – is an engaging example of a text which creates and then reverses audience expectation. […]
This procedure helps student to critically challenge and question statements about a topic or text and then to assess what actually might be the case. This lesson contains a resource to model the process for students as well as an example text the procedure can be practised on. State, Challenge and Decide Lesson State, challenge […]
Good readers ask good questions. This lesson provides an engaging piece of reading – a news report about a book in the Harvard University Library that is bound in human flesh – and a strategy to help students generate and organise questions. Generating questions Harvard book bound in human skin article Question words
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