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What Do You Want to Know: Recording Questions for an Informational Report

Unit 20: What Do You Want to Know???? Writing an Informational Report
Lesson 2 of 9

Objective: SWBAT record "thick" questions that will be used to guide research for an informational report.

Big Idea: Knowing what to ask when conducting research is the key to successfully investigating a topic.

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English / Language Arts, prewriting, Writing, Writing Process, research report, Nonfiction Literature, informational report writing, research, questioning
  60 minutes
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