Compose a question that is more cognitively complex and another that is less cognitively complex. How do these two questions differ in cues, hints, and advance organizers?

DB Forum 7 – Questioning in the ClassroomPart one: Prepare one question that elicits the appropriate level of behavioral complexity at each of the cognitive domains – knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Make sure to label each question with each level. Use Table 8.4 for help.Part two: Compose a question that is more cognitively complex and another that is less cognitively complex. How do these two questions differ in cues, hints, and advance organizers? Use Table 8.1 for help.