This strategy helps students process and make sense of new information.
Question Filter is a strategy that is used to assist students in developing the skills of questioning, sorting & classifying and analyzing & interpreting in order to develop their understanding of the characteristics of objects, places and events.
The Question Creation Chart (also known as a Q-Chart or Q-Matrix) provides students with a framework for developing a range of personally meaningful questions, encompassing both close-ended factual questions and open-ended, divergent questions. (Adapted from Weiderhold, 1997).
This strategy helps students reflect on new learning by filling in a type of ‘ticket’ which is used to exit the class
This strategy helps students access prior knowledge by filling in a type of ‘ticket’ which admits them to class.
This is an individual strategy which helps students understand the details of what they read. It combines aspects of traditional five W’s strategies with the critical thinking skills involved in comparing and contrasting strategies.
Observe and Record encourages students to use all of their senses to gather information about the world around them and to record their observations to support further learning.
This strategy helps students reflect on prior knowledge, wonderings and new knowledge.
This strategy helps students collaboratively summarize information presented from both a text and a related video.
This strategy helps students access prior knowledge and challenge assumptions about a topic.