Idea Bank: Interrogations on Scientific American Articles

by: Geary Don Crofford

The “Interrogation” approach requires students to read and take notes on assigned Scientific American articles to prepare for question-and-answer discussions (interrogations) based on the assigned articles. This activity helps students learn to think, which should be the goal of all educational processes, and most importantly, to think critically. Students employ numerous scientific inquiry skills, including comparing, inferring, recalling, classifying, analyzing, imagining, deducing, and evaluating.

Level

High School

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Type Journal ArticlePub Date 12/1/2007Stock # tst07_074_09_60Volume 074Issue 09

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