QFT Identity - Section 3: Engage in the Question Formulation Technique

 
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Developing a Research Question

Unit 6: Exploring Identity
Lesson 3 of 14

Objective: SWBAT develop research questions that they are genuinely interested in answering by engaging in the Question Formulation Technique, a step by step technique to help students formulate strong questios.

Big Idea: Research guided by questions students generate themselves is more meaningful for them.

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English / Language Arts, research (Writing Process), questioning technique, questioning, identity, annotate
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