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Informational Text 6-12 Shift Kit

Inquiry Circles in Action by Stephanie Harvey & Harvey Daniels


Part I. Why Small-Group Inquiry Projects?
1. Kids Want to Know –pg. 17 guide to the different inquiry projects in the book
2. What We Know About Comprehension – Lesson ideas pg. 116-125
3. What We Know About Collaboration – lesson ideas pg. 126-133
4. What We Know About Research and Inquiry – inquiry lesson ideas pg. 134-142

Part II. Setting the Scene for Inquiry Circles


5. Preparing Your Active Learning Classroom
6. Surfing and Searching: Internet Research in School – good guide pg. 97-109
Websites for further information on pg.101
7. Key Lessons in Comprehension, Collaboration, and Inquiry
* Comprehension (10 lessons) – pg. 116-125
* Collaboration (8 lessons) – pg. 126-133
* Inquiry (8 lessons) – pg. 134-142

Part III. Four Models of Inquiry Circles


8. Mini-Research: Getting Started with Small-Group Inquiry – pg. 143
Ideas for short mini & long mini projects
9. Curriculum Investigations – reminds us how to select chunks of curriculum to teach students and have
use small groups to learn about the chunks –pg, 165
10. Literature Circle Extensions
11. Open Inquiries and Negotiated Curriculum – kid-driven projects (great for senior year projects)
Pg. 228

Part IV. Growing Better Inquiry Circles


12. Assessment and Evaluation – pg. 268
13. Management Q & A – pg. 282

Appendixes: - pg. 293


A. Annotated Bibliographies: Nonfiction Short Text Collections • Series Books • Magazines • Websites
B. Reproducible Forms and Tools

Videos from the authors


http://www.heinemann.com/products/E01230.aspx#videoNumber/1/
http://www.heinemann.com/products/E01230.aspx#videoNumber/2/ - Roll of technology in inquiry
circles
http://www.heinemann.com/products/E01230.aspx#videoNumber/3/- Interview with principal and vice
principal in a Chicago school.