Spotlight on Strategies: Three Questions

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Spotlight on Strategies: Three Questions

Full Video |02:12

The Three Questions strategy helps students to investigate topics using a variety of media resources by generating their own questions about a story, text, problem, or topic. When students generate their own questions about a topic it helps them to drive their own educational experience. It is one step toward individualizing and differentiating instruction by permitting the student to explore personal areas of interest within an established framework.


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