These fans examine six distinct levels of thinking skills; analysis, application, comprehension, evaluation, knowledge and synthesis. Completely aligned to the 2014 English Curriculum, they have been purposely devised to develop higher level thinking skills in pupils’ and stimulate debate and questioning at each level to support a richer understanding of non- fi ction texts and improve reading comprehension. Accommodating; they can be used by teachers and children for whole-class, group or individual activities. Two sets in the pack, set one focused on learners in KS1 and set two focused on learners in KS2. 10 leaves per fan, 36 fans per pack.
035-LI02008 Non-Fiction Set £ 60 .95
2 Bloom’s Taxonomy Thinking Fans for Reading
Build strong comprehension skills, suitable to use with any non-fi ction text 2
‘Think, learn and understand’ is the key focus of these fans. The fans take into account the six different thinking skills in Bloom’s Taxonomy: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation and ensure children are responding on all levels. They can be used with guided reading as a group, or with individuals as well as with independent reading. This approach covers a whole range of skills needed to be a confi dent reader. Two sets in the pack, set one is focused on learners in KS1 and Set two is focused on learners in KS2. 10 leaves per fan, 36 fans per pack (12 sorts, 3 of each).
035-LI01894 £ 67 .95 Curriculum Quote
‘Pupils should be taught to explain clearly their understanding of what is read to them’
Ideal for independent use with fi ctional texts 594