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Laddered Questions: A strategy for seeking knowledge and wisdom. A “Right There,” or literal/concrete question (surface) A “Look Deep,” or interpretive question (form) An “I wonder,” or an abstract question that may extend thinking beyond this particular text (“big idea”).

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Laddered questions a strategy for seeking knowledge and wisdom
Laddered Questions: A strategy for seeking knowledge and wisdom.

  • A “Right There,” or literal/concrete question (surface)

  • A “Look Deep,” or interpretive question (form)

  • An “I wonder,” or an abstract question that may extend thinking beyond this particular text (“big idea”)

labbatiello@aces.org


Which question word would you choose for each of our rungs
Which question word would you choose for each of our rungs? wisdom.

  • A “Right There,” or literal/concrete question (surface)

  • A “Look Deep,” or interpretive question (form)

  • An “I wonder,” or an abstract question that may extend thinking beyond this particular text (“big idea”)

  • Answer this question in groups of three or four – take notes in your composition book.

labbatiello@aces.org


Which question word would you choose for each of our rungs1
Which question word would you choose for each of our rungs? wisdom.

  • What? A “Right There,” or literal/concrete question (surface)

  • How? A “Look Deep,” or interpretive question (form)

  • Why? An “I wonder,” or an abstract question that may extend thinking beyond this particular text (“big idea”)

labbatiello@aces.org


Group discussion what sort of answers will you find using each of the questions words
Group discussion. What sort of answers will you find using each of the questions words?

  • What?

  • How?

  • Why?

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Think about books you have read
Think about books you have read. each of the questions words?

  • If every text answers a question, what question(s) do you think this text answers?

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First question regarding identity
First question regarding identity: each of the questions words?

  • Do we have an essential self or soul?

  • Answer this question in your journal – this is personal and I will not force you to share with the class.

  • I do not want to hear (yet) what others think, tell me what you think.

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Tonight s reading
Tonight’s reading: each of the questions words?

  • “Dialogue with Death” – From the Upanishads.

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