Topic: Level 1, 2, and 3 Questions

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Topic: Level 1, 2, and 3 Questions
There are different levels of
questions in terms of difficulty: Level
1, 2, and 3.
Level 1
• There is only 1 right answer.
• Example: What is the name of General
Zaroff’s servant?
• Answer: Ivan (no one can disagree)
• Level 1 Words: define, identify, observe, list,
point to, name
Level 2
• Answers will vary.
• Example – Compare and contrast Whitney’s
views on hunting to Rainsford’s views on
hunting.
• Answer: your answer will be slightly different
from someone else’s answer.
• Level 2 Words: compare, contrast, analyze,
infer, sequence, group
Level 3
• Answers will be based on opinion backed up by
evidence.
• Generate discussion.
• Example: Judge whether or not General Zaroff’s
game is fair.
• Answer: answers will be different based on
opinions.
• Level 3 Words: evaluate, judge,
predict, imagine, speculate,
hypothesize, create, plan
Practice / Put Your Pens Down
From pg. 41 of the World History Textbook:
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Write a sentence explaining these terms:
pharaoh
pyramid
mummification
Which of the Egyptian achievements do you consider the most
important? Explain.
How did being surrounded by deserts benefit Egypt?
How did Egyptians view the pharaoh?
Why did Egyptians mummify bodies?
DRAWING CONCLUSIONS: Which o the three natural features that
served as boundaries in ancient Egypt was most important to Egypt’s
history? Explain.
RECOGNIZING EFFECTS: What impact did Egyptian religious beliefs
have on the lives of Egyptians?
COMPARING AND CONTRASTING: How were cuneiform and
hieroglyphic writing similar? Different?
WRITING ACTIVITY: Select an Egyptian invention or achievement.
Write a paragraph about how your selected achievement changed the
Egyptian’s life.
Your Turn!
English (Think about what you’re learning about):
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Biology (Think about what you’re learning about):
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3

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