Inquiry Bursts: Research Mini-lessons in the New Pacing Guide

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Inquiry Bursts: Research Mini-lessons in the New Pacing Guide

  1. 1. Inquiry Bursts Research Mini-lessons in the New Pacing Guide Fairfax County Public Schools | Middle School English Department Chairs Meeting | April 11, 2012Krissy Ronan Sarah Pevner Gretchen Hazlin Leslie HowardLibrarian, Madison HS Librarian, Centreville HS Librarian, Kilmer MS Librarian, Irving MSkaronan@fcps.edu sjpevner@fcps.edu gehazlin@fcps.edu lghoward@fcps.edu
  2. 2. The project that inspired Inquiry Bursts L
  3. 3. Research dispersed throughout the year in new pacing guide
  4. 4. Questioning L
  5. 5. Use Kagan Parking Lot to write questions about class novel L
  6. 6. TodaysMeet L
  7. 7. Using Mind Maps to develop well-thought out questions L
  8. 8. Write daily question in agenda Post best question each week to Blackboard blog L
  9. 9. Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What questioning bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have? K
  10. 10. Citing Sources K
  11. 11. Which image is more persuasive? K
  12. 12. Citing articles in a wiki/blog K
  13. 13. Cite sources in a reading response journal (or even a simple reading log) K
  14. 14. Books + QR Codes = Citations + book sharing activity G
  15. 15. Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What citation bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have? G
  16. 16. Evaluating Sources S
  17. 17. Bias lesson S
  18. 18. Compare & contrast different versions of the same story S
  19. 19. Hoax websites S
  20. 20. Curate an image collection G
  21. 21. G
  22. 22. Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What evaluation bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have? G
  23. 23. Synthesizing information K
  24. 24. Climate paraphrasing lesson K
  25. 25. Goldilocks and the Three Bears G
  26. 26. Character lens: How would Snow White’s story be told fromthe perspective of the dwarves? Of the Queen? G
  27. 27. Historical lens: How would books about MLK, Jr. that werewritten in the 1970s be different from those written today? G
  28. 28. Critical lens: Banned books S
  29. 29. Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What synthesis bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have? S
  30. 30. Questions or Comments?
  31. 31. Submit an Inquiry Burstwww.inquirybursts.com
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