the Question Formulation Technique, step by step - Section 3: Students Generate Questions About Autonomy

 
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Questioning Technique To Further Explore Autonomy

Unit 1: Reading Their Eyes Were Watching God
Lesson 7 of 12

Objective: SWBAT collaborate to formulate questions about a central idea in an early-twentieth-century foundational work of American literature, Their Eyes Were Watching God by engaging in The Question Formulation Technique. SWBAT present their questions and explain their rationale for questions presented.

Big Idea: Questioning leads to deeper understanding.

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English / Language Arts, questioning strategy, Autonomy
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