A friend of ours sent us the link to this amazing graphic.
Although we usually post graphics with questions, this one lends itself to another favorite of ours: have students create questions and answers to hand out to other students in the class.
We usually allow them to pair up or choose groups of up to four and require a certain number of questions, in this case we would suggest 20.
Explain to them the different between lower level and higher level questions and delineate how many of each they need to create. This article breaks it down nicely.
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