Investigating Questions

Define problem further by sharing your views and concerns

As you develop problem and questions you want to investigate, it will be important to consult with others: most likely members of your group or other classmates. Talking about your ideas and plans with others is an important step in refining problems, and can lead you to different perspectives that might be good research problems. Continue this practice of sharing with others as you gather evidence in anwswer to your problem, and as you prepare to present your conclusions.

What am I expected to do with my question(s)?

Once you have a problem you want to investigate, you might consider any of the following:

- For Fleaing Louisiana, a debate on global warming might

be something teams of students might choose to prepare.

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