Finding Good Content
Digital information sources can be just wonderful, but they are often quite limited when it comes to certain subjects - especially when it comes to younger children. It is hard to find pages designed with easy reading, large print and attractive graphics.
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|Rather than start with great questions drawn from the standards, you will start by prospecting for Web sites that have content that matches the content for social studies and science in your curriculum.
Once you find good content, then you will extract the analysis, inference, interpretation and synthesis questions that will form the basis for the student learning activity.
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