Reflection: Student Ownership What is Inquiry? - Section 1: Read Aloud


    Students' predictions were very creative (see an example of student work that I have included).  When we discussed their predictions, students seem to use prior experiences, pictures from the story, sub-headings, captions, and various text features to generate their predictions.

  Student Ownership: Predictions
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What is Inquiry?

Unit 3: Shared Inquiry Discussion
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT distinguish factual questions from interpretive questions.

Big Idea: Understanding and applying the shared inquiry method of learning.

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English / Language Arts, Listening and Speaking, Analysis (Listening and Speaking), literature circles, shared inquiry, central theme, text based evidence
  80 minutes
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