When using the question stems and prompts during math problem solving activities, you can use just one or two questions and have students delve deeply into them through written reflections or oral discussions.
The questions can be used during any math lesson or activity at any grade level. Always struggled with questions to ask that would not lead students, so this resource looks great. Another idea is to keep the pages in your plan book or as a file on your computer.
I can keep it on a key ring near the front of my room to access it easily during all areas of our day and not just math. Download the free preview to learn more about the cards and how they can be used!
I had a walk-through the other day while I was working on these math discussions, and they were so impressed. I loved that you also included language that the kids can use with each other.
Some of the best times for facilitating conversations about math include whole-class math talks, number talks, math chats, mental math and mental computation lessons, complex multi-step word problem lessons, math games, small group math instruction, math workshop, math centers, math stations, math tubs, and math journals.
Use the cards to help you plan your math lessons, and reference them during your conversations with students as needed. Love how it is broken up into the different stages of inquiry math! Thanks so much and keep it up--I will be buying up your partner games as I can afford them!
I have been a fan for years, bought both your books and I am so glad you are developing all these resources which you had in your classroom.
I printed each page on cardstock, laminated them, and put them on a ring for easy reference. This is such an easy to use tool!
The download includes 5 pages of tips for having math conversations about problem solving. Or, you might use many of the questions in a single lesson as you facilitate a discussion. I will be back to buy additional licenses for the rest of the teachers I work with.
These really helped me make my math workshop better!This web page contains different questions to the book, critical thinking; as a lesson starter. Thunks, starter thinking skills questions.
Taken from a book by Ian Gilbert this powerpoint is a set of deliberately unanswerable questions that can be used at the /5(6).
BEST SELLER!! This product has 14 printable cards with question stems and prompts TEACHERS can ask during problem solving activities to promote critical thinking skills.4/5().
Resources and Downloads for Teaching Critical Thinking. Discussion starters for Socratic seminar Types of Socratic questions with examples. Title: High Level Critical Thinking Question Starters Author: Administrator Last modified by: Administrator Created Date: 11/15/ PM Company.
In this interview for Think magazine (April ’’92), Richard Paul provides a quick overview of critical thinking and the issues surrounding it: defining it, common mistakes in assessing it, its.Download