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Inquire Middle School

Inquire Middle School Cover
ISBN:
978-1-932436-34-1
Page Count: 
482
$19.95

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A Student Handbook for 21st Century Learning

Inquire Middle School Student Handbook (Grades 6-8) is a complete learning guide covering 21st century skills, traditional study skills, the inquiry process, and project-based instruction. This handbook works across the curriculum to deepen students' thinking in science, social studies, math, and language arts.

Also, check out the Teacher's Guide to the Inquire Student Handbook. For free downloadable templates, additional models, and links to great sites, check out the handbook additional resources and the teacher's guide additional resources.

The Inquire student handbook has three main parts:

Part I: Building 21st Century Skills

  • Overview of 21st Century Skills
  • Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Problem Solving, Communicating, Collaborating, and Building Arguments
  • Understanding Media, Using Social Media, Reading to Learn, Improving Vocabulary, and Following Basic Conventions
  • Improving Study Skills, Succeeding in School, and Succeeding in the Workplace

Part II: Using the Inquiry Process

  • Learning About the Inquiry Process
  • Questioning and Planning
  • Conducting Basic and Advanced Research
  • Creating, Improving, and Presenting

Part III: Developing Projects

  • Basic and Advanced Writing Projects
  • Graphing, Web, Audio-Visual, and Design Projects
  • Performing and Community Projects

Inquire helps students . . .

  • build 21st century skills such as critical and creative thinking, problem solving, communicating, and collaborating;
  • improve information and media literacy by using the library and Internet, reading to learn, taking notes, evaluating media messages, finding reliable Web sites, using primary sources, documenting sources, and avoiding plagiarism;
  • develop inquiry skills such as questioning, planning, researching, creating, improving, and presenting; and
  • create amazing projects, from writing and graphic projects to design and community projects.

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