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Blooms Activities for LA

Blooms Activities for LA

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*Activities- Things to Do!
Brace Map- Make a Brace Map to list the characters of the story.Share with a friend.Character Cards- Make a set of character cards. Take a note card, and put then nameof the character from the story on one side of the card. On the other side of the cardwrite a sentence about the character. Share with a friend.Circle Map- Make a Circle Map listing facts that you have learned in the story.Share with a friend.Spelling Bank- Make a list of words you do not know. Look them up in the dictionary andwrite the pronunciation. Share with a friend.
 
Differentiating Reading Lesson
Using Bloom’s Taxonomy
 
Achievement Actions/ Discussion Topics, Activities and Questions
 
Knowledge Level
:
Recalling specific information and/or facts in the story.
KEY WORDS
define, tell, label, list, name, describe, who, when, where,identify, show, collect, examine, quote
Others:
find, match, memorize, recite, record, relate,repeat, tell, state, recall, recognize, remember
1.
 
Identify the characters in the story by making a list of thecharacters.2.
 
When and where does the story take place?3.
 
Tell what the story is about.4.
 
Locate facts in the story and make a list of the main facts.5.
 
Find the two most interesting sentences in the story.6.
 
Make a list of the word in the story you do not know.
 
 
*Activities- Things to Do!
Sentence Scramble-Take the sentences from the story and put them in orderfrom the beginning of the story to the end of the story. Read and discuss thesentences as a group.Bubble Map- Make a bubble map to describe a character in the story.Draw a picture of the character and share with a friend.Flow Map- Make a flow map and show the main ideas of the story. Use the words:First, Next, Then, Last in your flow map. Share with a friend.
 
Differentiating Reading Lesson
Using Bloom’s Taxonomy
 
Achievement Actions/ Discussion Topics, Activities and Questions
 
Comprehension Level
:Understanding information and/or facts in the story, grasp meaning, infercauses, predict consequences.KEY WORDS
describe, extend, infer, predict, summarize, interpret, contrast,discuss, associate, estimate, distinguish, differentiate
Others:
convert, locate, paraphrase, outline, restate, retell in yourown words, report, extend, conclude, generalize, reorder, rephrase,use, translate, explain
 
1.
 
Describe the characters in the story.2.
 
Describe how you think the main character feels in thebeginning of the story.3.
 
Describe the main character’s feelings at the end of the
story.4.
 
Explain the main idea of the story by retelling it in your ownwords.5.
 
Summarize the main facts in the story and discuss how theyrelate to the main idea of the story.
6.
 
Locate sentences or phrases in the story you do notunderstand and infer their meanings.
 
 
 
*Activities- Things to Do!
Art Show- Draw a picture of the main idea of the story. You can use characters fromthe story, facts from the story or other information from the story. Be creative, butremember to keep the main idea as the focus of your art piece. Share your art with afriend and let them guess the main idea of the story.My Story- Write a short story about what the story you read reminds you of?Read your story to a friend.New Ending- Write a short ending to the story. What do you think will happen next inthe story? Read your new ending to a friend.
Differentiating Reading Lesson
Using Bloom’s Taxonomy
 
Achievement Actions/ Discussion Topics, Activities and Questions
 
Application Level
:
Converting abstract information and/or facts in the story to concrete situations in life. Use concepts in new situations and solve problems.
KEY WORDS
apply, experiment, relate, solve, modify, change, classify,demonstrate, calculate, complete, illustrate, show, examine, discover
Others:
compute, construct, determine, dramatize, illustrate,implement, manipulate, operate, choose, predict, support, transfer,use
 
1.
 
Give an example of someone you know who is like one of thecharacters in the story.2.
 
If you could have a conversation with one of the charactersin the story which character would you choose and whatwould you talk about?3.
 
Has anything in your life happened that is similar to thingsthat happened in the story?4.
 
What events in the story could not happen in real life?5.
 
Construct an illustration that shows the main characters inthe story in a real life situation.
6.
 
Find words or phrases in the story you do not currently useand write a short story using these words or phrases.
 

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