Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation Mapping a Place: Afghanistan at a Crossroads (Day 1 of 2) - Section 2: QFT: Question Formulation Technique


Attached is a slide of the student-generated questions.  Because it is on butcher paper, I can post it for discussions in the coming unit events (RL.9-10.6).  By generating these questions and by continuing to pursue the cultural information about Afghanistan presented in this unit, the students hone their knowledge of a culture very different from theirs and from most U.S. citizens and are starting to a better appreciation of the values present in Afghanistan.  In this way, the events of the novel will become more comprehensible and rich, and the significance of the book as a cultural bridge will be more fully realized.  For now, we have a good set of questions, but I know that we will go much deeper into the layers of culture.


  Intrinsic Motivation: Student Generated Questions
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Mapping a Place: Afghanistan at a Crossroads (Day 1 of 2)

Unit 7: Amazing Afghanistan: PBL, Inquiry-Based Investigation into The Kite Runner
Lesson 2 of 14

Objective: SWBAT formulate questions about Afghanistan's people, history, and dynamic culture by assessing their own prior knowledge and then by analyzing multimedia texts.

Big Idea: Why should we care about Afghanistan? My students will begin to ask each other this important question.

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