Thanks Elizabeth. There isn’t a workbook as such for this inquiry as the teacher with whom I developed it was very keen that his pupils should have one worksheet at a time to work on, and these would all then be gathered together in their exercise books to chart the progress of the inquiry and so that they could make extra notes, such as reflecting on the different note-taking methods, along the way. For the final note-taking session, pupils were asked to choose which of the three methods they wanted to use, based on how they felt each one had worked for them in the earlier lessons. I have, however, gathered together blank versions of the different documents used at different stages to make them available here as one.
For this inquiry, several of the stage were done orally in class, hence nowhere to record the Connect and Wonder that occurred before pupils began their note-taking, nor the Express – for which they initially had the freedom to choose their own way of visually answering the question, and which this year resulted in a written paragraph – and Reflect which was again an oral reflection of the posters produced and the inquiry process.
I hope that will be of some help, and I will add some examples as soon as I am able.
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