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Thoughts on Education

Grant Wiggins

May 25, 2015
My reply to Willingham, Part 2

In part 1 of my reply to Willingham’s article on reading comprehension strategies published recently in the Washington Post, I …

25 Essential Questions

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# Essential Question
1 Writing/Planning: How can I transfer the ideas in my head to paper?
2 Economics: What is it worth? To whom? How value determined?
3 How can I use my knowledge of the structure of language to write more effectively?
4 B.How did the author put these ideas together? Why that way?
5 How can I best clarify important similarities and differences between two things or ideas?
6 What do I have to say about myself, my goals, my philosophy?
7 What's in this text?
8 How can a song, piece of art, or a dance be autobiographical?
9 How are written and artistic autobiographies similar and different?
10 How can I adjust my thinking and language so that it is more welcoming to those unlike me?
11 About how much (how many, how big) is this? What is a good strategy to help me decide?
12 What shape is this?
13 What's the pattern? How can I describe it?
14 How can I use mathematical language to help me describe what I see?
15 What form of graph should I use here? What is the best way to get my point across?
16 What relationships can I find here? (English and Metric system)
17 What kind of shape is this? How do I know?
18 How many ways can I make ( )? What's the best way to make it here?
19 How do polynomials represent real world situations and phenomena?
20 How can I add three numbers at the same time?
21 About how much is this? How do I know?
22 Which operation should I use? How do I know?
23 How can I use matrices to represent this relationship and/or solve this problem? Is it to my advantage to use matrices here?
24 What are my assumptions? How do they affect my actions and conclusions?
25 EQ1: How should we balance the benefits of economic and geographic growth with the costs?