Your class won't be a bunch of squares from using this well-rounded activity! Instead, they'll be expressing thoughtful questions using the cubing strategy. The class brainstorms questions of increasing rigor about Zach's Lie in the sixth resource in a series of seven.
- Use the finished cubes from the activity to spark fishbowl discussions
- Embed some of the questions from the activity into a post-assessment of the text
- Have scissors, tape, and paper available to learners for activity
- Activity meets almost every level of Bloom's Taxonomy
- Cubing encourages critical thinking and teaches individuals to brainstorm quality questions