Digital Photography SDI: Student-Directed Inquiry (“You Ask the Questions!”) It’s back again – the exercise that puts your learning in your hands! We’ve all been there: get a textbook assigned to you, read an assigned chapter, and answer a series of questions from a worksheet, activity packet, or from the book’s chapter review questions. This method works adequately for introducing new material, but after a while, it can get old. Book, read the chapter, answer the questions. Lather, rinse, repeat. SDI is an alternate way of discovering relevant new information on a subject or topic that puts the direction of the learning in YOUR hands while allowing for student-led collaboration! Activity #3: o Resource: Using Your Digital Camera (in the Shared Students Drive – High School – Matyska - Digital Photography Folder) o Chapter 2: Controlling Exposure (p.31-57) Directions: o Using the designated chapter/section of the named/given resource(s), work with a partner and browse the reading. o While browsing, find what you believe to be the most critical, important pieces of information. From this information, ask a series of no less than ten (10) questions, and give the correct answer (groups of 3 – increase your questions and answers by 5).Create your questions and answers in a GOOGLE DOC. o Be creative – these can be short-answer, multiple-choice, essay, true/false, or other question format types. You are limited to no more than four (4) of each type of question (in other words, you are not allowed to ask 10 T/F questions) These will be submitted to the instructor electronically using GOOGLE DOCS, “SHARED” with your instructor to receive credit. The questions that you submit will become the basis of class discussions.
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