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  • Wordle Activity : The students were told to decipher this quote and record how they thought the words should be arranged. They were also told to bring in a reflection based on their understanding of the quote.
  • An interpretation of the quote by a student…
  • Other Interpretations of the quote… Explanation: It’s reasonable because all art and science start with a question, which is the same as mystery. As for art, some people are inspired by questions they have not answered about life, like in The Invention of Hugo Cabret. . Like Albert Einstein, who had a question related to energy. That’s why he made the equation, E=mc2. All starts with a question! Marie Curie: Her discovery started with a question.
  • How did God create the earth? How did people figure out how to build these? How do rockets travel so fast into space? How do we remember things? How do our ears pick up sound waves so fast How does music make us have feelings? How does our vision work? How can we hear each other from so far away?
  • It means that everything that you touch, smell, taste, etc., all traces back to science.
  • Then the 4th grade students scanned the QR code to learn the entire quote written by Albert Einstein. They discussed the meaning of the quote and recorded their “Big Idea” of what they believed Einstein was trying to say.
  • After a discussion based on the entire quote by Einstein, part of their in-class reflection was to expand their ideas using Kaplan’s depth and complexity icons.