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STUDENT MATERIALS
WHAT DO YOU KNOW? WHAT DO YOU ASK?
Directions: Your job is to assemble the best research tea...
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STUDENT MATERIALS
WHAT DO YOU KNOW? WHAT DO YOU ASK?
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What Do You Know? What Do You Ask?

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Something big has just happened. You have been tasked to assemble a panel of experts to look into it. Whom do you call and why?

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  1. 1. Name: Date: STUDENT MATERIALS WHAT DO YOU KNOW? WHAT DO YOU ASK? Directions: Your job is to assemble the best research team possible to most deeply understand an object or event (you must include at least three disciplines). Fill out this worksheet to plan your research team’s approach to doing this. Next, you’ll argue for why your team is best suited for the job. Object or Event: Part I 1. Discipline 1: What would someone from this discipline know or want to know about this object or event? 2. Discipline 2: What would someone from this discipline know or want to know about this object or event? 3. Discipline 3: What would someone from this discipline know or want to know about this object or event? BIG HISTORY PROJECT
  2. 2. Name: Date: STUDENT MATERIALS WHAT DO YOU KNOW? WHAT DO YOU ASK? Part II If your team got together, what are the two most important scientific and historical questions they would ask about the event or object? Make sure the questions include the interests of each discipline. Part III Why is your team the best team for the job? BIG HISTORY PROJECT
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