1) Identifying what you know
Before you begin your inquiry you need to identify what you know about the topic or problem. This task will identify the "gaps" in your understanding.
2) What do we want to find out?
Use the mind mapping tools to start expanding your ideas. You need to examine the tools we have provided and then pick one tool and start to populate it with your ideas and what you already know. Use the pages attached through the buttons below to complete Task 3.
3) Creating your Voki
Once you have decided what you are going to investigate, you are going to use a Voki to explain your topic or problem.
1) Inquiry in action 2, an investigation
2) Use 1 mind mapping tool to create a mind map (sometimes called a concept map) which links your current knowledge related to your inquiry.
3) Create a Voki about the topic you have chosen. In 75 words explain what problem you have chosen. The Voki should identify the problem and why you have chosen it (this will then form the beginning of your rationale).
4) Now is the time to present your work so far to your support group and get critical feedback.
After you have received feedback from your support group (and acted on it if required), Show your Voki and Concept map to your teacher and complete your checklist .