Part I begins with a video that explains the difference between weather and climate, describes glacier formation, and identifies the types of information that can be found in the glacial record. Watch the video and download teacher’s guide.
How scientists look at samples of ice to determine past climates/atmospheric conditions. Watch the video and download teacher’s guide.
The ways tree rings and glaciers reveal past events and record time. Watch the video and download teacher’s guide.
Streams of hungry customers arrive at a bakery with a specific craving. Ingredients, cooks, and ovens must be carefully managed to produce the right food at the right time to keep customers happy. The goods produced by the bakery share similar ingredients, so choice is important and is always a trade-off between recipes.
Essential question is introduced: When is killing right or wrong?
Knowledge is gained when the students reflect upon the role-playing
In its simplest form, inquiry might mean a student explains a new insight
Dramatic inquiry explores many characters, and how they interact, how themes emerge from the interaction