Language Arts

Higher-Level Thinking Questions

Christa Chapman, Laurie Kagan, Kimberly Vincent, and Arthur Lopez (Grades 3–12)

  • Promotes critical and creative thinking, writing, and discussion with hundreds of use-again questions.
  • Questions are provided in convenient reproducible question card format, perfect for engaging cooperative questioning and analytical thinking.
  • Includes reproducible prompts for journal writing and activities for student-generated questions.
  • Improve reading comprehension, writing skills, and editing skills.
BQLA • $29
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Integrate higher-level thinking into your language arts curriculum with this powerful collection of ready-to-use questions. You will find hundreds of use-again questions to promote thinking, writing, and discussion about: Adventure Stories, Book Review, Poetry, Story Characters, Story Plot, Story Setting, Story Structure, Vocabulary, and many more! Questions are provided in convenient, reproducible, question card format, perfect for the engaging, cooperative questioning activities provided. Watch in awe as your students lead themselves through carefully crafted questions guaranteed to promote critical and creative thinking. Also includes reproducible prompts for journal writing and activities for student-generated questions. Mind-stretching questions will transform your language arts class into poetry in motion. 160 pages.

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Well, my goodness! So often we have to purchase teacher resources that only help us with one unit or one topic in Language Arts. This book covers almost everything I teach! There are prewriting questions for mysteries and poetry, questions about plot, setting, characters, book reviews, and much, much more! It is almost as if some language arts teacher woke up one morning and said, "How can I make this easy for other teachers like me?" and then wrote higher level thinking questions for the stuff we all teach in language arts. What a find!

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