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Annie Sareen

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History Inquiry

Using our Central Idea and Lines of Inquiry develop a BIG question to inquire into about a significant event in history. Central Idea: Eras in history shape the periods that follow Lines of Inquiry: Significant events in history Impacts of history on modern culture Perspectives shown in history Learning Goals(Lesson I): -Ask questions to guide your inquiry/research. -Use tools such as graphic organizers to assist with planning Learning Goals(Lesson II): -Locate, organize and synthesize information from a variety of sources (including the library/ media centre, the internet, people in the school(interview), family(interview), the immediate community or the global community.) -Use the internet responsibly and knowledgeably, appreciating its uses and limitations. The following are reliable websites which may provide you with information for your research: www.brainpop.com/ kids.britannica.com/kids/ tweentribune.com/topic/science/tween56/ pbs.org/newshour/extra/ theday.co.uk

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, English Language Arts, History, Digital Citizenship
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