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1. Triggering EventStudents are directed to read specific parts of their textbook, scholarly articles, webpages, blogposts, or other.
2. Preparatory ExplorationStudents are asked to search for and contribute more information around the issue.
3. Preliminary Meaning MakingStudents begin to reflect on how this new information ties into what they already know or have already experienced.
4. Preliminary Check for UnderstandingStudents are asked to define the problem or issue. What do they already know?
5. Defining the Problem & Identifying Key QuestionsStudents are asked for their definitions of the problem and then are tasked with coming to a shared understanding.
6. Exploring Key QuestionsStudents work together to explore the questions they have articulated.
7. Further ExplorationStudents continue to explore the issue and related problems.
8. Meaning Making & IntegrationStudents—individually or in groups—demonstrate their understanding of the issue or problem by producing visible work that can be shared with the group.
9. Integration / ApplicationStudents share the work they have produced and get feedback.
10. Resolution & WrapupClass discusses what has surfaced, where to go next, and what they might do with their new understanding.