ASKING QUESTIONS INQUIRY

DAY 4 ACTIVITY

Finalizing the Work

15-20 Minutes

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  • Create your “Quest Map”

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  • Your work from previous activities

  • Pencil, pen, or other drawing tool

  • A sheet of paper

  • “Quest Map” handout (optional)

  • Coloring materials (optional)

THIS WEEK

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We’re thinking about the question: “How can we ask, improve, and plan to investigate questions that are meaningful to us?”

Your challenge this week is to create a “Quest Map” that describes how and why you will explore your inspiring question.

Remember when you made a plan to improve your work? That’s when you said:


“I will use color to…”

and

“I will add…” or

“I will try…” or

“I will adjust…”

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Let's Get Started!
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Decide or discuss: What will you do next to turn your “Quest Plan” into your final “Quest Map”?

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Check out this “Quest Map” example by another student.

Ask yourself:

  • Did this student follow their plan? What changes did they make from their plan to the final product?

  • Does this student’s final “Quest Map” show how they will investigate their inspiring question?

  • What do you like about how it turned out?

Plan

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Final Draft

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Today, you will work to create your “Quest Map.”

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1. Get out your “Quest Plan” and any other materials from previous activities.


2. Now it’s time to create your actual “Quest Map.”  You can create it on a piece of paper, or use the "Quest Map" handout if you like. Ask yourself:


  • How will I show my quest in a clear, interesting way?

  • What supplies do I need?

  • Do I need an adult to help me?


3. Get to work creating your “Quest Map.”

Ready for Day 5?

On day 5, you will find a way to share your “Quest Map.”