- Creating a list of questions thrown up by the original statement of inquiry together
- If working in groups, dividing responsibility for answering various sub-questions among team members
- Teaching students to develop deeper questions by asking “What if?” “Why?” and “So what?”
- Where students are coming up with their own inquiry question, helping them to generate questions that fit assessment criteria. It is important to explore lines of inquiry at this stage, but for more open inquiries the precise wording of the final question is only likely to emerge at some point between Investigate and Construct.
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