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Introducing the Inquiry Process -- A Unit of Study

Introducing the Inquiry Process -- A Unit of Study
Introducing the Inquiry Process -- A Unit of Study
Introducing the Inquiry Process -- A Unit of Study
Introducing the Inquiry Process -- A Unit of Study
Introducing the Inquiry Process -- A Unit of Study
Product Description
This collection of lessons in an introduction to Inquiry Process. This unit has two parts: An introduction study that sets up the research notebook and then a mini unit to center and structure the inquiry process around content area instruction.

Unit of Study to Introduce the Inquiry Process:
The intention of this study is to introduce students to the Inquiry process. This unit will familiarize students with the process of investigating questions that are relevant to them about a variety of topics. After the initial unit, students will have the tools to develop inquiry projects that can be shared and to display the students’ learning. During inquiry, students can work as whole group, small group, pairs or individually.

Key Teaching Points:
• Why Research?
• The Research Notebook
• Our Wonderings
• Thick and Thin Questions
• How do we answer our questions?
• Tracking Our Thinking and Learning
• Preparing our learning for the public
• Sharing our learning

Mini History Inquiry Investigation
The intention of this study is to take student groups through the Inquiry process together within a structured area of inquiry investigation, such as History. This unit will provide a strategy for groups to keep track of their learning along the way. After this unit, students will have the tools to develop inquiry projects individually or in small groups that can be shared and to display the students’ learning.

Key Teaching Points:
• Our Wonderings About History
• Finding a Researchable Question
• Using a Question Web to Organize Your Group’s Research
• Tracking Our Thinking and Learning
• Preparing our learning for the public
• Sharing our learning

If you want more information about using your Literacy block to teach Social Studies or wanting to teach Literacy within Social Studies, please refer to my blog entry here:

Reading, Writing & Social Studies: The Integration Question

http://www.literacytreasures.com

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Total Pages
33 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
3 Weeks
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