We are so lucky to have Murray to help us learn about the inquiry process...I've been thinking that he should be called "Inqurray" :) Lately we've been thinking, asking questions and making connections to what we see, hear and experience. We have one "rule" in this process. Everything that is said is valuable. It is important to respect what all people in the class have to say. There is no laughing at questions, comments or connections other students are making. This has been an opportunity for the kids to really think, talk to each other, listen to each other and learn from each other. There are no 'right' or 'wrong' answers. It is a learning process! We have been absolutely overwhelmed with the participation level of the group! This has been a rich learning experience for ALL of us...and it is only just the beginning. Stay tuned for more inquiring minds!
|What do you have questions about...are any of these questions connected?|
|What do you think when you hear the word "ancient"?|
|Are there any words that you haven't heard, have heard but do not know what they mean, what are you curious about, etc?|
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