Task: (small group) List 5 questions that would have “Rising petrol prices” as the answer.

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Blooms:

Remember (low order thinking)

Aim of this task:

Retell, restate, remember information

Topic:

Rising petrol prices

The Question

Task: (small group)

List 5 questions that would have “Rising petrol prices” as the answer.

Extra for experts:

List 2 questions that would have “overseas conflict affects petrol prices” as the answer.

Blooms:

Understand (low order thinking)

Aim of this task:

Translating and understanding

Brick Wall Statement:

Petrol is the only viable source of fuel.

The Brick Wall

Task: (small group)

Dispute this statement by finding new ways to deal with the depleating stocks of petrol

Extra for experts:

Think of a brick wall statement for your subject at the moment.

Blooms:

Apply (middle order thinking)

Aim of this task:

Solving, showing, using

Task 1: (small group)

Brainstorm(low order thinking) possible alternatives to petrol as a source of fuel.

The different uses

Task 2: (small group)

Categorise (middle order thinking) brainstorm into non-renewable sources and renewable sources.

Blooms:

Analyse (middle order thinking)

Aim of this task:

Explaining, identifying, separating, investigating

Ridiculous Statement

Garbage will be used as the primary source of fuel in the future

The ridiculous

Task 1: (small group)

Complete a PMI for the statement

- Task 2: (small group)
- Complete a PMI using different perspectives

Blooms:

Evaluate (higher order thinking)

Aim of this task:

Rating, recommending, verifying, selecting

Topic:

Garbage vs Petrol as a source of fuel

The variations

Task 1: (whole group)

Decide on 5 factors that could affect our choice of fuel

- Task 2: (small group)
- Think of two more factors that would affect your choice of fuel

- Task 3: (small group)
- Complete the DMM for each fuel and add up the totals

- Task 4: (small group)
- Justify, using the word because in your sentence which fuel you would use and why

Blooms:

Create (higher order thinking)

Aim of this task:

Originality, planning, proposing, risk-taking, synthesising

Topic:

Garbage vs Petrol as a source of fuel

What if...

Task 1: (small group)

Write 10 questions that begin with the words “what if…”

- Task 2: (small group)
- Choice the best question and predict and justify an answer for it.

Sequence of tasks and disussion

- Task 1: Discuss Bloom’s Taxonmy (3 mins)
- Teachers look at the taxonmy
- Explain how to use it quickly

- Task 2: The Question (7 mins)
- Explain the task
- Teachers complete task

- Task 3: The Brick Wall (7 mins)
- Explain the task
- Teachers complete task

- Task 4: The Different Uses (10 mins)
- Explain the task
- Teachers complete task

- Task 5: The Different Uses (10 mins)
- Explain the task PMI
- Teachers complete task PMI
- Explain the perspectives PMI
- Teachers complete PMI from different perspectives

- Task 6: The Variations (15 mins)
- Explain the how to use the DMM
- Brainstorm as a group the different factors
- Teachers complete task
- Explain how you can add in justification
- Explain how students can use this to write paragraphs with

- Task 7: What if… (7 mins)
- Explain the task
- Teachers complete task

- Task 8: BQT (Be Quiet Teacher)
- Teachers choose one question to reflect on