Improving critical thinking via picture books

Improving Critical Thinking Skills via Picture Books in Children with Language Disorders

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This 22-slide presentation discusses effective instructional strategies for teaching language disordered children critical thinking skills via the use of picture books utilizing both the Original (1956) and Revised (2001) Bloom’s Taxonomy: Cognitive Domain which encompasses the (R) categories of remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating and creating.

*Please note that there’s an overlap of 6 slides between this material and the following product: Strategies of Language Facilitation with Picture Books For Parents and Professionals. Please review both product descriptions carefully prior to making a purchase of the desired material.  

Slide Content:

  • Brief Overview of Bloom’s Original Taxonomy (1956)
  • Brief Overview of the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy (2001)
    • What to teach in the Remembering stage
    • What to teach in the Understanding stage
    • What to teach in the Applying stage
    • What to teach in the Analyzing stage
    • What to teach in the Synthesizing stage
    • What to teach in the Evaluating stage
    • What to teach in the Creating stage
  • Importance of Critical Thinking Skills
  • Critical Thinking Skills in Children with Learning Disabilities  (LD)
  • Language Processing Hierarchy Pertaining to Critical Thinking
  • Training Reasoning Skills in Children With LD (4 sample sessions)
  • Exposures needed to Learn New Vocabulary Words
  • Remediation via Use of Specific Story Prompts
  • Focus on Story Characters and Setting
  • Story Sequencing
  • More Complex Book Interactions
  • Teaching Vocabulary of Feelings And Emotions
  • Select Picture Book Authors and Series
  • Helpful Smart Speech Therapy Resources

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