What are the main occupations of people living in the town?
What is the landscape like?
What does it feel like?
Where do we get the food we eat?
If the Earth were cut in half between the North Pole and the South Pole, what would it look like on the inside?
What are the components of an ecosystem?
What rules of behavior did people adopt?
How does it work?
How have people adapted to living here?
How do people celebrate?
What happens to waste?
What can you use shadows for?
How do seeds fit into the growth cycle of plants?
How is air being used around us?
What do reservoirs and purification plants do?
Why is it like it is?
What motivated individuals or groups to act the way they did?
What caused certain cultures to disappear?
Why did people settle here?
In what ways have conflict and its resolution shaped the society?
How can you make a shadow?
Why are different foods processed in different ways?
How are houses around the world constructed to suit the local climate?
How is it changing?
Why did things change the way they did?
In what ways does the built environment result from the natural environment?
What is the role of technology in shaping the society?
How has technology modified the natural environment?
What societal factors cause growth, migration or resource management?
How does the sand change from the morning to the afternoon?
What differences do you see in the growth of plants over time?
How do our bodies change when we exercise?
In what ways does air differ from place to place and over time?
How is it connected to other things?
What, if any, connections exist between society then and society today?
When a connection between two or more peoples existed, how equitable and just was it?
How have natural disasters affected the lives of people?
What kinds of beliefs, values and attitudes encourage connections with other peoples?
What link is there between the time of day and the shadow your body makes?
Why are certain vehicles suitable for particular tasks?
How is the human life cycle the same as or different from that of other animals?
What are the similarities and differences between your local ecosystem and a larger ecosystem that you have researched?
What are the points of view?
How do people decide on who they want as a leader?
Might this opinion be biased? Why?
Why do people have different points of view about preserving
What might my lifestyle be if I lived in another culture?
Do plants (or animals) in the classroom need to be taken care of in the same way? Why?
What are the different points of view supported by the evidence?
How does science explain the existence of the Earth, solar system and galaxy?
What are the implications for humans?
What is our responsibility?
Why should we care about the past?
How can we act to prevent further damage to the natural environment?
What does it mean to be a world citizen?
What rights should all children have all over the world?
How is conflict resolved?
What things should we do to care for our classroom plants and animals?
How can we make sure we do not waste water?
What factors do you need to consider when designing and making a vehicle?
What should we do to remain healthy?
How do we know?
What makes one historical source better than another?
What stereotypes do we have about this place?
Which primary sources have we used to gather data?
How reliable are own opinions and those of others?
How will we know when it is time to water the plants?
What do you think happens to your body during exercise and after exercise?
How has space exploration influenced our daily lives?
In what ways can we observe that our bodies are using air?
Example, the topic might be an object in the room, such as a light bulb: A: Why is it important to have light? B: Where does light come from? A: How does light help people? B: Where is light used? A: What would happen if there were no light? Try asking a question and going around the room, each person asking a question based on the one before.