Fiction, Non-Fiction and Query to Engage Young Learners
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Student engagement through query and collaborative interaction, increased classroom participation during whole and small group instruction, coupled with completed classroom assignments and related projects indicate that inquiry-based instruction reaps positive results. Implementing this mode of instruction takes much time, planning, and patience. However, through its implementation, students are actively involved in the decision making process, providing them with a vested interest in the classroom learning experience. Most important, young learners embrace themselves as contributing members and avid learners within the classroom community.