Once a topic for researching has been determined, the next step is to narrow down to a specific question within the topic. The second in a nine-part series on writing an informational text about Native Americans uses prior knowledge as a vehicle for determining what that question should be. Learners will complete the the first sections of a KWL chart, and use this in the next video to generate questions as a springboard for research.
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- A smart piece of advice is provided to take time figuring out what to research before starting to read
- For classes focusing on Native American history, a variety of informational texts are available as additional resources
- The title is a bit misleading as learners do not actually get to creating a research question in this lesson, but rather just take a step toward this goal