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Learning task 3

Learning intention(s) We are learning to formulate effective questions to test the hypothesis.
KCs/Principles/Values focus Relate to others – peer discussion
Think – explore types of questions; justify

Before we embark on the testing process, students need to learn some search strategies and some evaluating strategies

  1. Discuss different types of questions
  2. Chop up the types of questions table and ask students to do a matching exercise. Students should compare answers with a peer and discuss any differences.
  3. Ask students to formulate at least two effective questions or areas for investigation which would help us to test the hypothesis There are more benefits to individuals and society from computer games than harmful effects”.
  4. Ask students to justify their question choice ie What kind of question is it? What are the specific indicators that make it an effective question?

Published on: 04 Jan 2011