Suppose the Wolf Were an Octopus: Grades 5 to 6

By Myrna Kemnitz

$15.00

The foundation for this book is a selection of classic children’s stories. Each story is listed with a brief synopsis and a set of questions based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. This enables instructors to engage children in meaningful discussions, beginning with simple questions and working up to questions that promote higher-order thinking skills.

Description

A Guide to Creative Questioning for Elementary-Grade Literature Based on Bloom’s Taxonomy

The foundation for this book is a selection of children’s books, ranging from classic stories that we remember as children to newer books that are destined to become favorites for generations of readers. Each story is listed with a brief synopsis and a set of questions based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, with a few questions at each level. This enables instructors to engage children in meaningful discussions, beginning with simple questions and working up to questions that promote higher-order thinking skills.

The stories covered are:

Island of the Blue Dolphins
White Fang
Sounder 
Redwall
Freaky Friday
Blubber 
Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret
Dragon Charmer
The Incredible Journey: A Tale of Three Animals
The Summer of the Swans  
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Danny, the Champion of the World
There’s a Bat in Bunk Five
The Black Stallion
Love, From the Fifth-Grade Celebrity
The Death of Old Man Hanson
A Girl Called Al
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, and Me, Elizabeth 
A Wrinkle in Time
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Taking Control
The Call of the Wild
Anastasia, Ask Your Analyst
Bridge to Terabithia
The Great Gilly Hopkins 
The Westing Game 
How to Eat Fried Worms
The Little Prince
Black Beauty
The Sign of the Beaver
The Pearl
The Cay
The Inexperienced Ghost

Details

Series
Suppose the Wolf Were an Octopus: Guides to Creative Questioning
Edition
Revised
Ages
Parents & Other Caregivers, Teachers & Schools
Subjects
Other Language Arts
Pages
81
ISBN
978-0-88092-637-9
Order Code
6379