Hexagon Thinking Task

The use of hexagon thinking tasks has been popular on twitter recently. The principle is simple, students are to describe what the hexagon shows and how it relates to the content of the central hexagon.

If you have hexagon thinking task resources that you are willing to share please send them to admin@internetgeography.net and we’ll publish them below.

We’ve put together a template to support teachers in using them.

Click the image below to download the template.

Hexagon thinking tasks shared by the geography teacher community

Stephanie Ramsdale (@geog_missR) has shared a collection of hexagon thinking tasks covering sustainable urban development, evidence of climate change, natural causes of climate change and contested borders in Taiwan. Click the image below to download.

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