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How do you write a 3 2 1 strategy?

A 3-2-1 strategy can be written for student takeaways from a lesson, but it can also have answers related to reading strategies. For instance, the teacher can have students list 3 characters, 2 events from a story, and 1 question they can create from the story. Can you grade an exit ticket? An exit ticket is not graded.

How can the 3 2 1 reading strategy be used with older students?

This strategy can be adapted and used with older students as well. Good readers use effective strategies when reading to help them comprehend text. The 3-2-1 strategy requires students to summarize key ideas from the text and encourages them to think independently.

Is the 3 2 1 format a simple strategy for critical thinking?

In going back and rereading the post recently, it occurred to me that the 3-2-1 (or 1-2-3–or even just 2-1 and 1-2) format might be a simple strategy for critical thinking. The ‘3-2-1’ sequence itself doesn’t hold significant potential except for its ability to frame the potential of other strategies.