Learning Intention: I can use my prior knowledge and searching to narrow down questions
I can figure out which questions are shallow and which are deep
In the age of Google it's easy to find answers to simple questions. So, we have to go deeper than shallow questions. These kinds of questions are called essential questions and represent a question that can't be answered with a quick search online.
One good way to form an essential question is to use a K-W-L chart. This is what one looks like:
|What I know||What I want to know||What I have learned from searching|
By forming a K-W-L chart we can narrow down our questions to those we do not know the answer to.
How to use the K-W-L Chart
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