Book 2- Activity 2
Congratulations on reading your second Lexile book!
This year we are going to be focussing on Bloom’s Taxonomy, which is a structured questioning method that encourages higher order thinking. The first of these stages is ‘remembering’.
Your task: What is a problem that one of the main characters of the story needed to solve, and how was it solved?
Your task should be set out the same as the example below.
You should also include your name, the name of the book, author and its lexile score.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO ASK AN ADULT TO PROOFREAD YOUR WORK.
EXAMPLE OF THIS ACTIVITY
Here is an example of a problem from ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’, and how it was solved.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
By JK Rowling
By Mr Simojoki
Problem: Harry Potter’s parents are killed by an evil wizard Voldemort. He went to live with his aunt and uncle who do not treat him well. Harry thinks he is an ordinary boy, but he is in fact a wizard.
Solution: Hagrid shows up and tells Harry that he is a wizard. He then takes Harry to a special school for witchcraft and wizardry called Hogwarts. He makes lots of new friends and loves his new school. He then goes on many exciting adventures.