in the finding out stage we had to research our lines of inquiry and the questions associated with them. I found it hard to get a primary source ( speaking face-to-face or on on the phone to a real person), but I found one and I completed that pat of the assignment. I found it hard getting started with answering the first question, and got a little bit behind, but I brought my iPad home, and got caught up. I got so caught up that I got nearly in FRONT! I think the research stage is the most fun bit so far, and will be the most fun bit throughout the whole stage.
in the sorting out section, we needed to categorise our questions into the associated lines of inquiry. It was hard because I couldn’t figure out which answers to each line of inquiry to put into the grid. The teacher helped me do it, and I put them into the grids properly.
in the going further stage we had to ‘fill in the gaps,’ which means that if we think we haven’t answered our lines of inquiry fully, we had to make more questions to answer them.