1.) SALEEMA NOON WORKSHOP: Parents, please have a frank discussion with your children about the topics mentioned above. It is a good opportunity to open the door to the discussions.
2.) FRESHGRADE FORMS: Return them signed properly by yourself and your parents.
1.) LA/READING: Read for 30 minutes.
2.) MATH: Pg 13-14 Questions #1-11 (SKIP #6)
3.) SCIENCE: Plant I.D. Projects due on Friday. Continue working on your roles/responsibilities you have to your group.
4.) POST A RESPONSE:
- Yesterday we learned what it means to inquire and that inquiry is how people naturally learn things on their own. Inquiry can be learning about something or learning how to do something
- Today I want you to think about a time you learned about something or how to so something, and then explain the process of learning it. Then write a BIG question with sub-questions for the little inquiry (Just like we did in the library)
- LEARNING INTENTION: I can explain something I have learned how to do.
1.) Paragraph format (intro/body/conclusion)
2.) Explain what you learned and why you learned it.
3.) Include how you learned it
4.) Include the big question
5.) Includes at least 3-5 sub-questions you probably asked yourself. (You may not remember
EXAMPLE: Something I learned is how to juggle. I had always wanted to juggle ever since I was in elementary school when my mother gave me a set of juggling balls. I never did learn as a kid. I started by looking at a juggling book that came with the set I bought. Then started watching juggling tutorial videos on You tube. After this, I practiced everyday for 15 minutes. Eventually I could juggle. After awhile I bought a nice set of juggling balls.
BIG QUESTION: How can I lean to juggle?
- What do I need to juggle?
- How long will it take to learn?
- Which videos are best to watch?
- Do better juggling balls make juggling easier?
- What position do you hold your arms?
What is Inquiry-Based Learning?