Setting the purpose for reading is crucial as it provides focus and direction, guiding readers to engage actively with the text.
During meaningful conversations, students are forced to be accountable for positions, to listen, and to analyze opposing perspectives & ideas.
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Critical thinking questions include, ‘Why is this important? What are the causes and effects of this? How do we know if this is true?”
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The purpose of these critical thinking question stems is to help students practice willingness to sit with an idea and struggle wonderfully.
What is the author’s position on a debatable topic from the text? How do you know? What evidence from the text can you cite?