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INQUIRY BASED LEARNING

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koray demirkapı

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WHAT IS LEARNING? INQUIRY BASED LEARNING tell me I forget Teach me I remember Involve me and I Learn http://www.cii.illinois.edu/InquiryPage/ TAPPING INTO CURRENT UNDERSTANDING SOME STRATEGIES FOR TAPPING INTO CURRENT UNDERSTANDING bundling
what is the question?
Possible sentences
5 minute essay
See, think, wonder QUESTIONS!!!! "GENIOUS COMES MORE FROM
ASKING BOLD QUESTIONS THAN FINDING RIGHT ANSWERS" (Michael Michalko) Question Types Unit Questions
Guiding questions
Provocative questions EXPLORING NEW PERSPECTIVES ways of learning EXPERIENCE
Observing/Participating
demonstration experiments
observing an image
watching a process unfold
visiting a cultural/natural site
conducting experiments
role plays
simulations OTHER PEOPLE
Via Media/Interactive
books
journals
newspapers
websites
dvds
interviews
surveys REFLECTION
Individual reflection/Group discussion
Learning journals
reflection protocols
thinking routines
unstructured GD
question provided GD
question provided and structured GD DICTOGLOSS
Dictogloss is a classroom dictation activity where learners listen to a text, usually a short one, and then reconstruct it.

One simple framework can be: Students listen to the text only, and on the second time they note down key words or phrases. In pairs or small groups they reconstruct the text and then report to the whole class. The teacher elicits marker sentences and record them on the board for focusing on form.

Dictogloss is as a multiple skills activity. Learners practise listening, writing and speaking , and use grammar and lexis to complete the task. I found it particularly useful for inductive grammar instruction, and as an alternative to print text-based lessons. PEER TEACHING
After a portion of a lesson has been taught,students pair off and decide who will be A and who will be B. A pretends that B was out of the room during the lessonand now has the job of the teaching what has just been covered.
The teacher circulates around the room to listen and diagnose how well students have understood the ideas under study.
Later the roles can be reversed. ANALOGIES MAKING MEANING Graphic Organizers
http://www.graphic.org/goindex.html
Summary tables
Analogies
Consensus 1-3-6
Sentence starters REFLECTING AND ACTING
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