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Criteria For Writing a Guiding Question

 

  1. The topic must interest you.

  2. Start the question with “How” or “What”

  3. Use strong verbs such as:  Affect. Impact, illustrate, motivate, influence, and communicate

  4. Is your question can be answered in a word or a sentence, it is not a guiding question.

  5. Goldilocks Rule: Can’t be too big or too small, must be just right.


 

Examples

  • What’s the best way to stop the flu at our school?

  • How can we design a better lunch menu for our school?

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