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50 Examples of Deep, Meaningful History Questions

History has gotten a bad rap over the years. A lot of students think it’s dull and boring and filled with material that doesn’t affect them. This couldn’t be further from the truth! History inquiry is full of opportunities for...

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50 Thought-Provoking Questions About Language and Literature

Studying language and literature can sometimes feel boring to students. They aren’t always interested in learning about semantics or grammar. But spending a bit of time discussing deep-rooted questions about the English language or the art of debate or poetry...

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How To Teach Effective Questioning Skills for Inquiry-Based Learning

Have you ever been stuck trying to encourage your students to ask deeper questions? Thoughtful, meaningful questions are critical to the inquiry process. But not all questions students come up with are “essential”. Learn how to teach your students to...