*Ask if there are any questions about the different stations.
students are working and talking together about what they discovered
*Inquiry because all of the students are curious to learn more about what other students discovered
*Students write down their questions
*Each group picks a question they was to investigate
*Each group write their own TQPDAC using the question they picked
*Present each groups conclusion to class
*Have students write down some of the questions they had regarding the stations that we did that day.
*Let each group pick a question they would like to investigate.
*Explain to class that each group is going to be making their own TQPDAC by using the question they picked.
*Remind students that they have to have a procedure to collect data; they have to analyze their data, and come up with a conclusion.
*Explain that they are free to use objects around the room to help them answer their questions.
*Once each group is done have them present their conclusions to the class by using their data from the TQPDAC that the group made.
*Have students explain to the class how they tested their questions to come up with their answers.
*Inquiry because the students are curious again and are anxious to learn more.
*Choice Theory-Freedom because the groups are free to chose the question they want to investigate.
*Problem based learning because they are working in groups and hands on to solve a problem
*Constructivism because they are building on to their prior knowledge and taking it a step further.
*Next day- discuss and
*After discussing the TQPDAC’s that the students came up with, discuss that nights homework assignment.
*Have students go home and take a look at different trees.
*Choice Theory-Freedom because they are free to do the work when they want to.