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  • 1. PLUS
    P – Preparation and Planning
  • 2. What is the central idea?
    What is the big question?
    What do I hope to find out at the end of it?
    What do I know already? The more you know, the better questions you will ask.
  • 3. Brainstorming
    Can I draw a picture or a concept map of my topic, and what I want to know?
    Have I brainstormed the topic with my peers, or on my own?
    What questions do I need to ask?
    What are my key words?
  • 4. Exhibition
    Working independently –
    Have your own central idea
    Need to work out your lines of inquiry - your questions
  • 5. Brainstorming
    Paper and pencil
    Bubbl.us
    Webspiration
  • 6. Alone or with the group
    Write down all your ideas
    No judgement – all ideas are good
    Some that seem the most way out may yield the best questions
  • 7. PYP Exhibition
    Need to be looking at all the elements of the PYP –
    Concepts Skills
    Attitudes Action
    Learner Profile Themes
  • 8. Brainstorm!
    Then from the brainstorming pose good questions.
    Webspiration
    Preparation and planning
    Balance
  • 9. What are good questions?
    Questions that you cannot answer with yes, no, or a simple fact.
    Questions that lead to other questions
    Questions that make you think, analyze, evaluate, synthesize
  • 10. Key words
    From your questions, you can draw key words – words that will help you to search on a search engine, in an index, in an encyclopedia, when you are skimming or scanning to see if that information is useful for you.
  • 11. What research do I need to do?
    Your brainstorming, questioning and
    key words will have helped you to find
    what you need to research – now you
    move on to the L of PLUS
    Locate