Question Description

THERE ARE THREE PARTS TO THIS ASSIGNMENT. ALL PARTS MUST BE COMPLETED. ALL PARTS MUST BE IN DIFFERENT WORD DOCUMENTS.

PART ONE

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words each:

  • Why would a facilitation plan instead of lesson plans be used for planning inquiry-learning?
  • What might be gained or lost when using facilitation plans versus lesson plans?
  • What do you see are the benefits of using interdisciplinary inquiry in a real-life classroom?
  • How does this compare to what professionals say are the benefits of interdisciplinary inquiry for students?

PART TWO

Create a facilitation plan for your theme study integrated unit.

THEME: AMBITION

Include the following:

  • Brief summary of unit and grade level. (4TH GRADE)
  • Calendar that shows your beginning activities, ongoing activities and culminating activities.
  • Concepts most important to this unit.
  • Skills students will develop.
  • Content Standards you will be addressing.
  • Potential problems students might have with possible solutions and alternate activities.
  • Main question students will address.
  • What you need to find out before starting this unit.
  • Plans for meeting the needs of all learners. Advanced, struggling, and English Language learners.

PART 3

brainstorm ways your team would use methods of inquiry across the K-12 content.

THEME: ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

Compile at least two ideas in each of the following grade spans: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12.

Create a chart for your ideas and include:

  • Resources for inquiry-learning at each of the grade spans.
  • Benefits of using interdisciplinary inquiry at each of the grade spans.

THERE ARE THREE PARTS TO THIS ASSIGNMENT. ALL PARTS MUST BE COMPLETED. ALL PARTS MUST BE IN DIFFERENT WORD DOCUMENTS. PART ONE DISCUSSION QUESTIONSRespond to the following in a minimum of 175 words each: Why would a facilitation plan instead of lesson plans be used for planning inquiry-learning? What might be gained or lost when using facilitation plans versus lesson plans? What do you see are the benefits of using interdisciplinary inquiry in a real-life classroom? How does this compare to what professionals say are the benefits of interdisciplinary inquiry for students?PART TWOCreate a facilitation plan for your theme study integrated unit.THEME: AMBITION Include the following: Brief summary of unit and grade level. (4TH GRADE) Calendar that shows your beginning activities, ongoing activities and culminating activities. Concepts most important to this unit. Skills students will develop. Content Standards you will be addressing. Potential problems students might have with possible solutions and alternate activities. Main question students will address. What you need to find out before starting this unit. Plans for meeting the needs of all learners. Advanced, struggling, and English Language learners.PART 3brainstorm ways your team would use methods of inquiry across the K-12 content.THEME: ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTSCompile at least two ideas in each of the following grade spans: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12.Create a chart for your ideas and include:Resources for inquiry-learning at each of the grade spans.Benefits of using interdisciplinary inquiry at each of the grade spans.