• Research


    During the Wonder stage, you should...

      • activate thinking
      • generate curiosity
      • build background information
      • develop questions

    These resources may help:



    During the Investigate stage, you should...

      • find sources
      • construct meaning from text, graphics, multimedia
      • record information in your own words

    These resources may help:




    During the Synthesize stage, you should...

      • connect ideas
      • organize your information
      • build meaning
      • identify relationships
      • draw conclusions

    These resources may help:




    During the Express stage, you should...

      • show understanding of material
      • polish your work
      • use feedback to revise your work
      • cite your sources (NCSU Citation Builder)
      • share your work with others

    Your final product could be:

      • an essay
      • a poster
      • a virtual museum
      • a video (Use green screen, do a newscast, etc.)
      • a display
      • a presentation

    You may want to use:

      • Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings
      • Book Creator
      • iMovie
      • Scratch
      • Flipgrid
      • QR code links and/or Augmented Reality
  • Search Engines

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  • Digital Encyclopedias


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