Stone Soup Ingredients: Questions teachers ask students.
What's the big question you're exploring in this unit?
This question becomes your unit title.
- Background: What's the background for your unit? What did you know before you started this unit of inquiry? (and/or) Why is your question important?
- Readings: What have you read for this unit? Write the names of the textbooks, library books, encyclopedia articles, etc. that you used.
- Resources: What other resources did you use? Enter web sites, other units, videos, CDROMS, pictures, etc. Enter the URLs like this: http://inquiry.uiuc.edu
- Assignments: Did you do any lab experiments, use or gather data, use a set of instructions, do an assignment, or use a tutorial?
- Writings: Did you write any essays, stories, poems, etc. for this unit? You can cut and paste them here, enter a hyper-link to a Web Page, or describe what you wrote.
- Activities: Did you create a study guide, a set of instructions, a tutorial, an experiment, or an activity? If so, share it (them) here.
- Presentations: Did you create a presentation? This could be a slide show, videos, photos, drawings, Web pages, or even a performance. You can describe it here or enter a hyper-link.
- New Questions: Did you come up with any new questions? Write them here or enter a hyper-link to a new unit.
- Informal: Did you talk to your family, friends, classmates or group members about this unit? Who did you talk to and what did you talk about?
- Experts: Did you talk to any experts? Include their phone number or e-mail address. What did you talk about?
- Teachers: Did you talk to teachers, coaches or librarians? Who did you talk to and what did you talk about?
- Description: Write a brief summary description of your unit.
- Story: Tell the story of the unit -- How did it go? What would you do differently? What worked well?
- Responses: What do other people think of your unit?
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