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The Question Matrix Q Matrix. P/J Methods EDUC 4454. Q Matrix. a user-friendly adaptation of Bloom’s Taxonomy allows you to construct questions based on the word pairs within a matrix arranged in a hierarchy that considers Bloom’s Taxonomy. Q Matrix. To use Q-Matrix :

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## The Question Matrix Q Matrix

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**The Question MatrixQ Matrix**P/J Methods EDUC 4454**Q Matrix**• a user-friendly adaptation of Bloom’s Taxonomy • allows you to construct questions based on the word pairs within a matrix • arranged in a hierarchy that considers Bloom’s Taxonomy**Q Matrix**To use Q-Matrix: 1. Identify the level of thinking you wish your question to elicit and select word pairs to match your instructional focus • “knowledge” word pairs – upper left portion of matrix • “evaluation” word pairs – lower right • As you move in any direction from the “What is?” – you are moving toward questions which require more in-depth thinking**Q Matrix**2. Choose any word pair – use this word pair as the first two words in your question followed by the appropriate content. • Example: Which might? Which might be the best way to solve this problem? -Or embedded words i.e., “Of all the solutions we’ve discussed, which do you do feel might provide the best solution to this problem?”**Q Matrix**3. The horizontal items represent the subject of the question (event, situation, choice, person, reason, means) 4. The vertical items represent the process (present, past, possibility, probability, prediction, imagination)**Q Matrix**Quadrants: “A” Asks for facts “B” Asks for comparisons, explanations, examples “C” Asks for predictions and possibilities “D” Asks for speculations, probabilities and evaluation**Q Matrix**• Work with a partner. Read your book. Create questions to complete the Q Matrix. What level of Bloom’s Taxonomy are your questions?

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