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WELCOME Laura Evans , Supervisor Elementary Integrated Curriculum, Montgomery County Public Schools Brenda Anderson , Instructional Specialist, Elementary Integrated Curriculum, Montgomery County Public Schools. Driving Questions?. Outcome.

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driving questions

WELCOME

Laura Evans, Supervisor Elementary Integrated Curriculum, Montgomery County Public Schools

Brenda Anderson, Instructional Specialist, Elementary Integrated Curriculum, Montgomery County Public Schools

Driving Questions?

outcome
Outcome

By the end of this session, participants will be able to –

  • Use inquiry driving questions to promote student thinking.
share your t hinking
Share your thinking
  • What is the value of asking students to formulate their own questions?
standards based teaching and learning
Standards Based Teaching and Learning

We will model

  • Information Literacy
    • 1.5.B.3 Formulate and refine questions to meet an information need
  • Writing
    • 4.5.C.7 Conduct short research projects that use several sources to build knowledge through investigation of different aspects of a topic.
standards based teaching and learning1
Standards Based Teaching and Learning

You will experience

  • Reading
    • 5.5.A.1 Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.
      • d. Review the key ideas expressed and draw conclusions in light of information and knowledge gained from the discussions.
inquiry driving question
Inquiry Driving Question

How do you teach inquiry using driving questions?

tapping into existing background knowledge
Tapping into existing background knowledge

What do you already know about teaching students to use a driving question to formulate their own questions for an inquiry?

Process

Record ideas on sticky notes

Create an affinity diagram

build your background knowledge
Build your background knowledge

Inquiry Driving Questions LiveBinder

URL: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=949010

Password: will be provided at

session

framing your thinking for reading
Framing Your Thinking for Reading
  • What do you already know about teaching students to use a driving question to formulate their own questions for an inquiry?
build your background knowledge1
Build your background knowledge

Process

  • Choose to explore the resources under one of the three tabs in the LiveBinder(password: SLMPquestioning) or select a hard copy of a chapter
  • Think-Pair-Share with a neighbor
    • What did you learn about teaching questioning?
    • What questions do you have about teaching questioning?
mini lesson
Mini-Lesson

How do you use information to formulate questions?

  • What do I wonder?
  • Why did the author say that?
  • How does my question relate to the inquiry driving question?
  • Why do I need to think about my questions?
apply the mini lesson formulating questions
Apply the Mini Lesson Formulating Questions

Process

  • Reflect on the information you just acquired
  • Formulate questions you have
  • Share
apply the mini lessons formulating questions
Apply the Mini LessonsFormulating Questions

What do you want to learn about teaching and using driving questions with students?

How do your questions relate to this session’s inquiry driving question?

DQ: How do you teach inquiry using driving questions?

what you experienced
What you experienced
  • Standards-based
    • Information literacy, writing, reading relationship
  • Guided -
    • choice
    • discussion
    • question formulation
  • Critical Thinking: Evaluation, Synthesis
  • Creative Thinking: Fluency, Flexibility
  • Academic Success: Metacognition, Collaboration
what have you learned
What have you learned?
  • What is the value of asking students to formulate their own questions?
next steps
Next Steps?
  • What will you do next?
    • Create a PLC to continue your study of how to teach students to formulate their own questions?
    • Read more resources?
  • Thanks for coming!
contact us
Contact Us
  • Laura_F_Evans@mcpsmd.org
  • Brenda_D_Anderson@mcpsmd.org
    • Twitter: @brendadanderson