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  • 1. Inquiry Learning
    • By
    • Muriel Larry
    • &
    • Bridget Scherrer
  • 2.  
  • 3. How can the inquiry learning process help you?
  • 4. The inquiry learning process can help you make important decisions like:
    • Purchasing a new computer
    • Upgrading from a MP3 player to an Ipod
    • Purchasing your first cell phone
  • 5. Let’s take a closer look at how this process works.
    • Purchasing your first cell phone
  • 6. Step One: Questioning What questions do you have?
    • Who should you contact to buy a cell phone?
    • What information do you already know about cell phones?
    • When should you purchase your first cell phone?
    • Where is the best place to purchase your first cell phone?
    • Why do you need to buy a cell phone?
  • 7. Step Two: Planning
    • Plan to search through a variety of resources to locate the answers to your questions about cell phones.
    • Afterwards, check to see if you have any new questions.
  • 8. Step Three: Collecting and Crediting
    • Select meaningful pieces of information about cell phones.
    • Take a look at different types of cell phone images like these:
    • http://morguefile.com/archive/display/215691 http://morguefile.com/archive/display/594269 http://morguefile.com/archive/display/87257 http://morguefile.com/archive/display/134448 http://morguefile.com/archive/display/570581
    • Remember to record where you got your information to share with others;cite your sources.
  • 9. Step Four: Organizing
    • Examine the information that you have located about cell phones.
  • 10. Step Five: Synthesizing
    • Combine all of your information that you have gathered about cell phones.
    • Ask Yourself: Based on this information, what conclusions have I reached about purchasing my first cell phone?
  • 11. Step Six: Communication
    • Who would you like to present this information to at this time?
    • Evaluate your information. Are you satisfied with the information that you have? Do you feel ready to purchase your first cell phone?
  • 12.  
  • 13. Works Consulted
    • All images:
    • www. morgueFile.com. 16 Oct. 2009.
    • Carnesi, Sabrina, and Karen DiGiorgio. "Teaching the Inquiry Process to 21st Century Learners." Library Media Connection March/April 2009: 32-36. Print
    • Inquiry-based learning lessons from Library Power. Worthington, Ohio: Linworth Pub., 2001. Print.
    • Pappas, M. L., A. E. Tepe, and . Pathways to Knowledge and inqiry learning. Englewood: Libraries Unlimited, 2002. Print.
    • Thirteencelebration.org. "Workshop: Inquiry based learning." Thirteen Ed Online. Educational Broadcasting Corporation, 2004. Web. 10 Oct. 2009.
    • Papas, M.L. "Managing the Inquiry Learning Environment." School Library Media Activities Monthly, 2000.16 (7), 27-30.36.
    • Wolcott, L. "Planning with Teachers: Practical Approaches to Collaboration." Emergency Librarian. 3.3 (1996): 9-14. Print.
    • Wordles: http://www.wordle.net/