Self-Directed Learning Guiding Questions
What I need to know What I know What others know What’s knowable What’s not knowable What’s most interesting What’s most important (see #1 and #2) How can/should I break this down into learnable bits and piees? Where should I start? How will I know I’ve learned? What should I do with what I learned?
Question-based learning is a type of inquiry where the learner is guided by forming and refining a guiding question or questions.
A Brave New World AP Journal Prompts
Short Response: 1-4 complete sentences Extended Response 1-4 complete paragraphs Essay: 5 or more paragraphs (also called a ‘paper’ and can be informative, research-based, persuasive, etc.) Chapter 1 Vocabulary: pallid, callow, abject, geniality, florid, zealous, salinity, viscosity, bouillon, prodigious, viviparous, vivacious, interminable, deft, optimum, predestination, sultry, caste, decant. Explain how Huxley uses imagery to establish…