Identify a specific question and gather information for purposeful investigation and inquiry.
Research Inquiry and Design
Participate in shared research and inquiry, gathering information from a variety of resources to answer questions.
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Ask a specific question and gather relevant information from various sources related to that question that inform clarity of purpose and conclusions about research.
Identify a clear and significant purpose for research. (for example: Is my purpose for researching frogs clear and is it important to understanding more about mammals?)
Write or dictate questions for inquiry that arise during instruction.
Ask primary questions of clarity, significance, relevance, and accuracy to improve quality of thinking.
With peers, use a variety of resources (for example: direct observation, trade books, texts read aloud or viewed) to answer questions of interest through guided inquiry.