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Chapter 5: The Power of the Question
To be or not to be. . . .
- Wait, is that the question?
Read the two statements below and respond to one of them in writing. You may restate, react, remember, or respond with a question. Summarize or Note-Make across the rigor divide. Heck, you may do whatever you want—it’s your personal response and your book. A five-paragraph essay is not necessary.
- A task is only as powerful as the question underneath it.
- A question is only powerful if answering it is not voluntary.
The next continuum we will consider is questioning. It was actually the last component piece added to the Task Rubric, but we chose to place it here in the book after engaging qualities and strategies ...