These sites provide information on thick and thin questioning. Learn the difference between thick and thin questions as well as how to generate these questions. There are lesson plans, thick and thin questions lesson plan, printable posters, and worksheets. March 10, at August 01, at A-Z By Grade Calendar. This Week In Newsy. Introducing Thin and Thick Questions Report this link as broken? This downloadable and printable PDF includes ideas for introducing thin and thick questions to students.
This site provides suggested activities for students to practice composing thin and thick questions through individual and group reading.
Thick and Thin Questions Thick and thin questions lesson plan this link as broken? This PDF file includes an activity for teaching students about thick and thin questions, thick and thin questions lesson plan. Report this link as broken? Download thick and thin question posters to use with reading activities or get prompts for asking thick questions on this site. Student Video Report this link as broken? Here are some examples of how to teach students to develop questioning skills in classroom.
Includes video clips at the bottom of a page. Ideas to Use in the Classroom Report this link as broken? A two-page pdf file provides suggested questioning ideas to use in classroom. Thick Questions Report this link as broken? An eight-page pdf is a lesson plan for teaching thick questions to students. Includes examples of thick questions, worksheets, and rubric. Reading Strategies for Elementary Students Report this link as broken? These websites contain reading strategies to help elementary school students become good readers.
Some websites simply list strategies and some include activities to help students learn. One website compares good reading with poor reading. Some websites are written for students who are having trouble learning to read. Questioning Report this link as broken? Learn how to ask good questions and how those questions improve learning.
Includes activities to practice questioning skills and examples of good questions.