Below are a few videos. The first is sprinters played in super slow motion. The second two videos show two different people's heart rate. Watch them without commenting on them.
What questions do you have about the three videos above?
- Write as many as you can.
- Do not worry about them being "good" or "bad" questions.
- The goal is to shoot for 20 questions.
- Ask questions about 1 video at a time, or what two videos together might mean.
In this class, we will ask a lot of questions. Asking questions is the first important skill needed to do science. Please look at the picture below that shows the Question Formulation Technique, a technique we will use to generate questions.
Get together in a group as directed by your teacher
1. Read step #2 in the picture below and follow the rules as stated in the rule.
2. Use a whiteboard to record your group's questions.
Wait until your teacher instructs you to move on to step #3
As directed by your teacher, write your best questions below:
What is your rationale for picking these questions?
Read and respond to "Step 5 - Next Steps" below:
Read and Repond to "Step 6: Reflection" below:
We will watch the video below together
Where do you believe you are in the table above?
Explain the rational to your rating?
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