February 27: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
8:30 Welcome, Coffee, Introductions
8:45 Activating Background Knowledge and Identifying Themes: Exhibit Activity
9:30 Compelling Questions: Further Reading
New York Question Bank
9:45 Independent Work:
Brainstorm topic and come up with a compelling question for your inquiry.
10:30 Argument stems–the summative assessment
LDC argument/explanatory/informatory text stems
10:45 Independent Work:
Come up with the summative assessment and test it.
11:30 Lunch Break
12:15 Disciplinary Concepts and Skills
Background Chart on Disciplinary Concepts and Skills
12:30 Independent Work (in pairs):
Using the exhibit, find primary sources that you could use to help students develop disciplinary concepts and skills. How might you do it?
1:15 Evaluate Sources and Make a Claim: Further Reading
1:30 Independent Work
Find relevant primary sources that provide the evidence students will need for your summative assessment.– fill in blank worksheet
Suffrage links + Sarah and Ellen’s full Inquiry
2:30 Report in
March 12: Final Project Presentations
Choice: Develop a C3 inquiry for your class; or develop a set of lessons that introduce a dimension of the C3 framework to your class