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FREE Bloom's Taxonomy Question Stems and Activities for Science from Stephanie Elkowitz on TeachersNotebook.com -  (9 pages)  - Question stems and activity ideas to help apply Bloom's Taxonomy to teaching science!

FREE Science question stems, activities, and examples for developing tiered questions and level activities for science concepts and skills. All grades.

In this article, students will read about viruses, the types of viruses that cause the flu, how the immune system detects and remembers viruses, how vaccines like the flu shot work and how the flu shot vaccine is manufactured. This is a great in class activity, homework assignment, weekly science reading assignment, sub plan or in school suspension plan. Use this to save time looking for engaging and appropriate articles with questions!

In this article, students will read about viruses, the types of viruses that cause the flu, how the immune system detects and remembers viruses, how vaccines like the flu shot work and how the flu shot vaccine is manufactured.

Here's a freebie to support higher order thinking skills (HOTS) in your classroom! There are six pages of question stems (one page for each level), plus a storage label. Enjoy & thanks for stopping by!

Here's a freebie to support higher order thinking skills (HOTS) in your classroom! There are six pages of question stems (one page for each level), plus a storage label. Enjoy & thanks for stopping by!

STEM activities are fun, hands-on, engaging, and collaborative. Students love the interactive nature of these activities, and teachers love the creative and critical thinking they require. This free pack of printables can be used with any STEM lesson!

STEM activities are fun, hands-on, engaging, and collaborative. Students love the interactive nature of these activities, and teachers love the creative and critical thinking they require.

Revised Blooms Taxonomy Questions Stems are designed for a key ring. Laminate, hole punch at the top and put on a key ring for fast and easy access to question stems - anytime!

Revised Blooms Taxonomy Question Stem for Key Ring

This resource is directly linked to the revised Blooms Taxonomy. This could be useful when teaching students how to ask questions, and creating questions to assess students.

A PowerPoint presentation to introduce the reasons why scientists use Latin (and Greek) for scientific names.  $ #Classification #ScientificNames  See it at: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Why-Scientists-Use-Latin-and-Greek-for-Scientific-Names-Binomial-Nomenclature-1372769

Taxonomy and Nomenclature: Why Scientists Use Latin for Scientific Names

A PowerPoint presentation to introduce the reasons why scientists use Latin (and Greek) for scientific names.

Blooms Taxonomy Verbs

Think about using some of these words when you are writing goals for learning - BLOOM'S TAXONOMY VERBS Print this handy reference sheet. (This link takes you directly to a printer-friendly PDF document.

Weathering, Erosion, or Deposition? This post includes teaching tips and a free sorting activity to help students understand these earth science concepts dealing with landforms.

Weathering, Erosion, or Deposition?

Weathering, erosion, and deposition are difficult concepts for students to grasp because all three processes seem similar at first. This free sorting activity from Laura Candler will help your students learn to distinguish between them.

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