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I teach preschool (blended classroom) (children with disablities/non-disabitilies, and at risk).

Jan 2, 2018 6:17pm

I teach preschool (blended classroom) (children with disabilities/non-disabilities and at risk). I need help with asking higher level questioning for my preschool students. Does anyone know of videos that I can watch and resources that I can use in my classroom? I ended up answering the questions without giving my students time to process and I end-up asking one answer questions. I need to develop open-ended questions to enhance my students’ learning. Please help!!

  • Other
  • Pre K
  • Engagement / Special Education


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    • Jan 11, 2018 8:19am

      I teach students with multiple disabilities. If you go to teachers pay teachers and type Blooms Buttons,($5.00) there are many open ended questions that you can ask in regards to Reading. The questions are grouped into different levels of Blooms: Evaluating, Applying, Understanding, Remembering, Creating, and Analyzing. They are meant to be asked after a story is read to them. They have fiction and non fiction questions. I have printed and lamented them. It's a good place to start. I hope this helps! Good Luck!