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  • 1. I- Chart Inquiry and Research
  • 2. What Are I-Charts? • An inquiry chart that can be used to support content area inquiry and research. • Based on asking questions about a topic.
  • 3. Why use an I-Chart? • Helps students figure out questions they really want to answer.
  • 4. Why use an I-Chart? • The chart can guide students through the inquiry process to help organize students’ thoughts.
  • 5. Using the I-Chart • Need to Determine: • Topic • Umbrella Question • Other more specific questions • Sources to find answers • Possible Vocabulary words
  • 6. The Result • Students can use the answers they find to create oral reports, written research, demonstrations or performances.
  • 7. Questions?
  • 8. Citations • Hoffman, J. 1992. “Critical Reading/ Thinking Across the Curriculum: Using I-Charts.” Language Arts 69: 121-127. • Allen, Janet. 2004. “Tools for Teaching Content Literacy.” Stenhouse Publishers. • Photos: • http://www.flickr.com/photos/powerbooktrance/289992273/sizes/m/in/pho tostream/.jpg (Terry Johnston) • http://www.flickr.com/photos/rdecom/4526095545/sizes/m/in/photostrea m/.jpg (RDECOM) • http://www.flickr.com/photos/cofrin_library/4110225225/sizes/m/in/photo stream/.jpg (Cofrin Library) • http://www.flickr.com/photos/rdecom/4920525881/.jpg (RDECOM) • http://www.flickr.com/photos/misschatter/3547111342/ (MissChatter)