Yeah, so last week was crazy! We had cross country running, parent teacher conferences, professional development, and somewhere in all of that I found the chance to meet up with the incredible Geoff Krall, he got to try a Canadian tradition, poutine. In that time I also got the chance to flex my three act muscle in a humanities context. Here is the changing borders of Egypt, what questions does this present. Here is one sample of student questions.
We worked through a questioning technique presented by Quentin Flokstra and it was a glorious struggle for students to develop questions and tweak them. These are now going to be their focus for the coming weeks in researching about Egyptian society.
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