Instructables
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The Question Cube can be used for a number of subjects, but for this particular instructable, it is used to assess reading comprehension.
This project involves making a paper cube to help students comprehend their reading and use their art skills. The cube can consist of critical thinking questions from a book you have read, as well as pictures of important things or main ideas. & It can all be done in 30 minutes or less :-)

 
Content Standards: Core Content: Student is able to demonstrate reading comprehension through creation of visual images that portray or depict meanings associated with English comprehension.

Visual Art: Standard 9: Students develop and apply skills using a variety of two dimensional and three dimensional media, tools, and processes to create works that communicate personal meaning.Standard 10: Students reflect on, revise, and refine work using problem solving and critical thinking skills.

 

*The  link to my Integrated lesson plan for this project is below! *

https://www.dropbox.com/s/n5q0h6t4up5k99p/TheQuestionCubeLessonPlan2.pdf
 
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Step 1: Materials needed

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You will need:
-Pencils
-Rulers
-Glue or tape
-Computer paper (* if you want larger cubes, use larger sheets of paper.*)
-Markers
-Crayons
-Scissors

Step 2: Draw 4 2x2 Squares

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First have each student get a ruler and a pencil out. Have them then create four 2x2 squares stacked vertically.
poofrabbit2 years ago
This is fantastic! You can buy these types of cubes but they aren't personalized and using these really help relate to the common core! Well done!