Reflection: Journaling Questions Have Clout! - Section 6: Evaluate

 

Students have a natural tendency to ask a lot of questions.  But sometimes, second grade students are reluctant to share their questions for the fear of being laughed at or just the stigma that if you ask a lot of questions, you are not smart.  I tell the kids right from the beginning that whenever I am learning more about something, the more questions I then have about it.  So it seems like the more I know, the more questions I have.  I also tell them I can always tell who is really thinking about what we are studying, because they are the ones asking the most questions.  Questions help guide young scientists and they are already experts at asking them.  Questions are really at the heart of science...beating faster with every inquiry.  

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Questions Have Clout!

Unit 1: Igniting Science Inquiry
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: SWBAT write a question that could lead to scientific inquiry.

Big Idea: Questions are the guiding force behind scientific inquiry!

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