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Questioning omam2

  1. 1. ASKING QUESTIONS OF OF MICE AND MENDeveloping Enquiring Minds
  2. 2. Starter challenge Can you work out the point of this activity? What’s our learning intention?
  3. 3. If this is the answer... ...what’s the question? Eleve n
  4. 4. What makes a good question?Skilled questionswill be … 1.Accurate but boringExcellent questionswill be… 1.Exciting / Original / thoughtful
  5. 5. Cover the table Write each question on a card and put on your table Tell your partner so we avoid repeating questions
  6. 6. If this is the answer... ...what’s the question? Green.
  7. 7. If this is the answer... ...what’s the question? Because he loved her.
  8. 8. If this is the answer... ...what’s the question? Candy’s Dog.
  9. 9. Title: Writing Great QuestionsWALT - develop imaginative responses to the stories we read
  10. 10. Types of Question Knowledge Questions – the answers are in the book Speculation Questions – use your imagination Deeper thinking Questions – thinking outside the book
  11. 11. Topic Curley’s Wife
  12. 12. Knowledge Questions – answers are in thebook Where does she live? Does she have a job? Is she married?
  13. 13. Speculation Questions – use yourimagination How does she feel about Curley? Why did she marry Curley? What are her ambitions for the future? Is she happy?
  14. 14. Deep Thought Questions – think outside thebook Does getting married really make people happy? Is it possible to love someone you don’t like? Why do unhappy people stay together? Is life harder for women than men?
  15. 15. Your Topic...
  16. 16. Writing Great Questions Lennie and George’s Dream Task - Fill the sheet with Knowledge / Speculation / Deeper Thinking Questions about the Dream
  17. 17. Knowledge QuestionsSpeculation Questions What...? Where?Why might...? When?What if...? How many?What would change if...?What might...? Lennie and George’s Dream Deep Thought Questions What’s the importance of...? Is...? Does...?
  18. 18. Knowledge QuestionsSpeculation Questions What...? Where?Why might...? When?What if...? How many?What would change if...?What might...? Deep Thought Questions What’s the importance of...? Is...? Does...?
  19. 19. Task Choose your best ‘SPECULATION’ question Put on a post-it note on the board Class-vote on the best question Rally-Coach – write a paragraph to answer it
  20. 20. Writing Better Explanations WALT - write better explanations to answer questions Does George really believe in the dream?
  21. 21. Task Continue with your answer to the speculation question ‘Does George really believe in the dream?’ Use the models and success criteria to help you
  22. 22. Ideas P15 – George talks about the dream for the first time P60 – George, Lennie and Candy talk about the dream
  23. 23. Does George really believe in thedream? I think that George really does believe in the dream because he keeps going on to Lennie about it and talking about it all the time. He never shuts up about it. Poor model
  24. 24. Does George really believe in thedream? I think that George really does believe in the dream. He seems to know all the details, showing that he has thought it through. For example, he says ‘we can have rabbits, and grow our own crops’. This shows that he has spent a lot of time thinking about it, suggesting that he is taking it seriously. However, it could be that he is only saying this to keep Lennie happy, because.... Better model
  25. 25. What makes a good answer?Skilled answers 1. Make clear pointswill … 2. Provide some evidence from the text 3. Explain your pointsExcellent answers 1. More original and interestingwill be… 2. Explore alternative possibilities 3. Explain in greater detail, by linking to other ideas in the text
  26. 26. We are learning to...- write better explanations to answerquestions I develop explanation fully by I make more considering original alternative points points of I explain in view and I make clear points more detail making links I use quotations I explain my thinking
  27. 27. We are learning to...- write better explanations to answerquestions I develop explanation fully by I make more considering original alternative points points of I explain in view and I make clear points more detail making links I use quotations I explain my thinking
  28. 28. We are learning to...- write better explanations to answerquestions I develop explanation fully by I make more considering original alternative points points of I explain in view and I make clear points more detail making links I use quotations I explain my thinking
  29. 29. We are learning to...- write better explanations to answerquestions I develop explanation fully by I make more considering original alternative points points of I explain in view and I make clear points more detail making links I use quotations I explain my thinking
  30. 30. We are learning to...- write better explanations to answerquestions I develop explanation fully by I make more considering original alternative points points of I explain in view and I make clear points more detail making links I use quotations I explain my thinking
  31. 31. We are learning to...- write better explanations to answerquestions I develop explanation fully by I make more considering original alternative points points of I explain in view and I make clear points more detail making links I use quotations I explain my thinking
  32. 32. Task Continue with your answer to the speculation question ‘Does George really believe in the dream?’ Use the models and success criteria to help you
  33. 33. Ideas P15 – George talks about the dream for the first time P60 – George, Lennie and Candy talk about the dream
  34. 34. Homework Choose a new speculation question Write at least 400 words to answer it Monday

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