This Depth and Complexity: Unanswered Questions unit
focuses on continuing to ask questions about what is presented to us, and not always accepting things at place value.
Unanswered questions provide us with opportunities to dig deeper.
This is part of a completed bundle that you can find here: Depth and Complexity Bundle
Children are always asking questions. It begins in those early toddler years when the constant question is, “Why?” It is a child’s nature to ask questions, and the more questions he or she asks, the more connections his or her brain makes..
The Depth and Complexity icons were created by Sandra Kaplan and Bette Gould. The implementation of these icons allows differentiated learning where students can delve deeper and think more complexly about topics. Through the use of these icons, students can master topics. It is important to note that Depth and Complexity is not just for your higher level thinkers, but for all of your students.
In this unit, you will find the following activities and lessons:
Unanswered Questions Poster
Interactive Notebook Activities
Unanswered Questions Maps
Heads Up for Unanswered Questions Game
Mentor Text Activity
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