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Essential Questions. Slides for you to look over... feel free to comment on the WIKI!. Scaffolding For Succcess. The Essential or Driving Questions. Scaffolding For Succcess. Good projects begin with good driving questions.

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essential questions
Essential Questions
  • Slides for you to look over... feel free to comment on the WIKI!
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Scaffolding For Succcess

The Essential or Driving Questions

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Scaffolding For Succcess

Good projects begin with good driving questions

http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/month10/implementation.html#s4d

Buck Institute

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Scaffolding for Success

GoodThe students will learn to recognize personal responsibility to the community.

Better

How does my community affect my life? What do I owe my community - or do I?

http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/month10/implementation.html#s4d

Buck Institute

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Scaffolding for Success

GoodWhat happened to the Anasazi? Create an exhibit using words and pictures.

Better

Why did the Anasazi/Inca/Aztec civilizations disappear? Put together a presentation that supports your case suitable for an archeology convention.

http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/month10/implementation.html#s4d

Buck Institute

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Scaffolding for Success

GoodWhy did the Indians relocate?

Better

You and your team are villagers of the PDQ Indian tribe. You have decided to relocate to another home. Find an alternative site in the State of XYZ where you could resettle. List the main things you will be looking for in selecting a new site

http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/month10/implementation.html#s4d

Buck Institute

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Scaffolding for Success

GoodHow has robotics and automation changed our society in the past century?

Better

How might robotics and automation change our town and its businesses in the next century?

http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/month10/implementation.html#s4d

Buck Institute

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Scaffolding for Success

GoodWhat are the characteristics of winter?

Better

How does your life change when it snows?

http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/month10/implementation.html#s4d

Buck Institute

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Scaffolding For Success

Good essential questions leverage the power technology brings to the learning environment. Answers to good essential questions cannot be copied and pasted from the Internet.

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Scaffolding For Success -

  • Basic Approach-This approach focuses on the information:
  • How to
    • find it,
    • evaluate it,
    • analyze it,
    • synthesize it,
    • organize it and
    • use it effectively
  • to persuade a reader of the validity of the assertion.
  • Students also must think about the opposing arguments and how best to counter them. Teachers must monitor the research process and help students evaluate and synthesize varying points of view within the larger yea/nay categories.

http://mciu.org/~spjvweb/approaches.html

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Scaffolding For Success - More Challenging Approach

Assign a topic.  Ask students to develop questions about the topic from a template provided and then to choose one question to pursue. OR

Allow students to generate a topic, brainstorm possible questions, and select one question about the topic to pursue. OR  

Use the Essential Questions of the course or of the unit as guiding questions for the research.

http://mciu.org/~spjvweb/approaches.html

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Scaffolding For Success - More Challenging Approach

Method:  Students must first do some general reading about a topic. Then, students brainstorm possible directions (with aid of a question template) for research.  The question drives the topics and the research.  After researching, students construct a thesis, one that drives the paper or project presentation.    

What students learn: Students learn to focus a topic by asking questions, to keep options open during the research process, separate necessary from unnecessary information, as well as evaluating, analyzing.

http://mciu.org/~spjvweb/approaches.html

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