“Curiosity may have killed the cat, but not without an answer.” By Shian Hunter Carter<br />	When I’m in the classroom lea...
InquiryWhat do I need to ask?<br />	Not many people realize that asking questions are an important part of a huge puzzle. ...
SignificanceWhy is this important?<br />	Many people ask “Why do we have to do this when we won’t use this in the future?”...
PerspectiveWhat is the point of view?<br />	This project made me realize that communication is a big part of any project. ...
EvidenceHow do I know?<br />	Evidence is just proof that you actually researched your situation. One of the best places to...
ConnectionHow does it apply?<br />	Most of our topics apply to a school subject like math, science, social studies, or lan...
SuppositionWhat if something were different?<br />	I think my future will be bright and adventurous. All the skills I have...
ConclusionThree things I realized<br />	I realized that asking questions aren’t a bad thing. There a guideline, an importa...
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Shian Carter's POL January 2011

  1. 1. “Curiosity may have killed the cat, but not without an answer.” By Shian Hunter Carter<br /> When I’m in the classroom learning I find myself asking questions. The more questions you ask the more of a chance you have of getting a question on a test or quiz right. All of the questions I asked lead me to my final result in my projects.<br />
  2. 2. InquiryWhat do I need to ask?<br /> Not many people realize that asking questions are an important part of a huge puzzle. During our projects, we had to ask our selves “How can cell phones help us during school?” or “What kind of math questions are suitable for the fifth graders?” All those questions bring us one step closer to fixing worldwide problems.<br />
  3. 3. SignificanceWhy is this important?<br /> Many people ask “Why do we have to do this when we won’t use this in the future?” The truth is everything is important. It may not be the topic its self, but the little thing in between the beginning and end is what really matters once in awhile.<br />
  4. 4. PerspectiveWhat is the point of view?<br /> This project made me realize that communication is a big part of any project. The board game project we had to tell our guest how we made the board, what technology we used, and how we managed to make the little pieces that went with it (Cards, Markers, ect.) <br />
  5. 5. EvidenceHow do I know?<br /> Evidence is just proof that you actually researched your situation. One of the best places to find information is the internet. It has more deeper information. <br /> It goes into the topic with more specific details.<br />
  6. 6. ConnectionHow does it apply?<br /> Most of our topics apply to a school subject like math, science, social studies, or language. The cell phone connects to language and social studies and the game board to math and science.<br />
  7. 7. SuppositionWhat if something were different?<br /> I think my future will be bright and adventurous. All the skills I have learned this year will help me go to collage get a job and get a career. <br />
  8. 8. ConclusionThree things I realized<br /> I realized that asking questions aren’t a bad thing. There a guideline, an important piece of a puzzle. Communication is essential to all working systems. Getting along with others who you may not be too fond of is important too. They’re the gears in a machine.<br />
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