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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 Grammar: How much does good grammar really matter?
2 Geography: How does geography affect economies?
3 What are the music and images of poetry and how can our senses help us with poems; how do these sounds and words form patterns and relationships?
4 How can I capsulize my own thinking? Others' thinking?
5 How can literature serve as a vehicle for social change?
6 How do I make my money grow?
7 How does thinking about patterns help make generalizations which can apply to other things?
8 What are some ways to organize facts?
9 How much is this compared to that?
10 Is there a better model than a line?
11 What happens when solutions are not "real"?
12 How can I describe this relationship so you know what I mean?
13 Which measure (mean, median, mode, or range) should I use to make my point?
14 What is important about this shape?
15 How can I prove this?
16 What is always true, and what is only true because of the conditions?
17 Which type of graph is best here? How do I know?
18 What does this tell me? How do I know?
19 How can I be sure this is true for all cases?
20 What is a sufficient condition for that conclusion? What is a necessary condition of that hypothesis?
21 To what extent do intersection of lines (or the impossibility of lines intersecting) reveal information about angle relationships?
22 NJ Health & PE 2.2.C. In order to achieve lifetime wellness, what should I plan for and what should I just let happen?
23 What are civil rights? Who decides?
24 How do populations change over time?
25 What is a knowledge issue?