Sunday, April 30, 2017

Collaborative Inquiry with Susan Meddaugh

How does engaging in a shared inquiry process change perspectives and clarify thinking? 

This week students followed the dog, Martha, in a series of books written and illustrated by Susan Meddaugh.  They chose their favorite book and worked collaboratively with others. Learners used verbs to describe Martha's actions and adjectives to describe Martha and her events. Next they retold the story using pictures or words. After that they analyzed and synthesized Martha's experience and could find evidence of how Susan Meddaugh match her words and pictures which build their understanding of the story. Lastly the students shared their learning with you using Seesaw!





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