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1. Help students plan the inquiry. For example: What is the best place to find information on the topic/What is the best way to gather data to solve the problem? How to allocate time? Whom to consult. 2. Help students locate information/gather data. For example: 3. Have students record information as they find it. For example: Students using books should note main idea and supporting evidence (Note down the reference for future use) or students can record the interview of a community member.
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National Curriculum for Pakistan Culture 2010 — Instructional Strategies 22 4. Help students evaluate their findings and draw conclusions. Students should look for relationships in the information gathered, analyze the information and try to answer of the inquiry question. Teach them to support their opinions with evidence from their data. For example: 5. Have students communicate their findings in creative ways, written, oral and visual. For example, as a poster, article, talk show, role-play, etc. for example: If the study could result in a social action move it forward to have students take informed and responsible actions. 6. Encourage student to suggest possible action based on findings. Select actions that are doable. Look at possible consequences of each action. Choose the best action. For example: 7. Make an action plan and carry out the action. For example: 8. Reflect on the success/challenges of the action. Assessing learning from an inquiry/investigation The process as well as products of an inquiry. Investigation must be assessed through the following: Observation: Students’ abilities and skills can be observed during each stage of the inquiry/investigation. For example, you can observe a student conducting an interview, looking for relevant information in the library or making a graph. Teachers can provide detailed descriptive feedback to the students on their abilities and skills observed. Documents analysis: Teachers can ask students to share anything they have documented during the process of inquiry, including notes made from material read, analysis of findings, etc. Teachers can give marks on the relevance of material accessed, analysis of information etc. Written or Oral presentations: written or oral presentations can be marked in terms of the quality of content, creativity in the presentations, ability to answer questions.
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National Curriculum for Pakistan Culture 2010 — Assessment 23 Section 4 4 Assessment Assessment is gathering quantitative and qualitative information, using a variety of tools and techniques that are easy to understand and interpret. We need an assessment system to - assess teaching and learning - show proficiency in a wide variety of tasks at a class level. - provide information to different people on how well standards are being met.
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