Who was the biggest bear? What food was too hot?
Why didn't the bears eat the porridge?
Why did the bears leave their house?
List the sequence of events in the story.
Draw 3 pictures showing the beginning, middle and ending of the story.
Why do you think Goldilocks went for a sleep?
How would you feel if you were Baby Bear?
What kind of person do you think Goldilocks is and why?
How could you re-write this story with a city setting?
Write a set of rules to prevent what happened in the story.
Write a review for the story and specify the type of audience that would enjoy this book.
Why has this story been told over and over again throughout the years?
Act out a mock court case as though the bears are taking Goldilocks to court.
Bloom's taxonomy helps you to ask questions that make learners think. Always remember that higher level thinking occurs with higher level questioning. Here are the types of activities to support each of the categories in Bloom's Taxonomy:
- Provide proof of
- Provide an outline
- Make a poster
- Make a collage
- Make a cartoon strip
- Answer who, what, when, where,why questions
- Re-tell differently
- Develop a game
- Self evaluate
- Do an editorial
- Weight the pros/cons
- Mock trial
- Group discussion
- Recommendation backed with informed opinions
- Why do you think....