Suppose the Wolf Were an Octopus: Grades 7 to 8

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 Middle School 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:

The Witch of Blackbird Pond
Then Again, Maybe I Won’t
River Rats
The Weaver’s Scar
Death Be Not Proud
The Diary of Anne Frank
The Outsiders
Lyddie
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
A Day No Pigs Would Die
The Scarlet Letter
The Slave Dancer
Ivanhoe
The Old Man and the Sea
Where the Red Fern Grows
Billy Budd
Rebecca
Legend of the North
The Count of Monte Cristo
Troubling a Star
The Hobbit, or There and Back Again
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
The Key to Honor
Treasure Island
Going Solo
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
The Journal of Jenny September
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
Strangers in Black
The Price of Command
The Lady or the Tiger?

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
75
ISBN
978-0-88092-647-8
Order Code
6478