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Teaching 10th graders how to ask questions.

Teaching 10th graders how to ask questions.


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  • 1. Getting the answers you need
    By asking the right questions
    A presentation by the Moreau Catholic High School Library
    in collaboration with Ms. Galloway
  • 2. ROOF (understanding(s))
    SUPPORT WALLS (sense-making)
    FOUNDATION (fact-finding)
  • 3. Building a House
  • 4.
  • 5. FOUNDATION
  • 6. Foundation
  • 7. Finishing the Foundation
  • 8. Stuck in the basement?
  • 9. SUPPORT WALLS
  • 10. Support Walls
  • 11.
  • 12.
  • 13. ROOF (Coming to a Point –literally!)
  • 14. Building the Roof
  • 15. What seems to be missing?
  • 16. YOU!!
  • 17.
  • 18. French Revolution
  • 19. Big ideas are statements.
    At certain times in history, events come together that transform the future.
  • 20. Essential questions often begin with what, who, or when.
    Why are symbols important for national identity?
  • 21. What symbols were used during the French Revolution? How were the symbols created? Why were the symbols influential?
    Inquiry questions break down the essential question.
  • 22. FOUNDATION
  • 23.
  • 24.
  • 25. SUPPORT WALLS
  • 26.
  • 27. ROOF (Coming to a Point –literally!)
  • 28.
  • 29. While the French used symbols from the ancient past to represent
    freedom and liberty, at the same time they felt they were creating a bridge
    to the future by using these symbols in a new way.
  • 30. A way to organize and share info!