There are a lot of studies that talk about the health benefits of breakfast. But some of them require a closer look. They don’t necessarily show that breakfast causes good health.

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The Question Creation Chart (also known as a Q-Chart or Q-Matrix) provides students with a framework for developing a range of personally meaningful questions, encompassing both close-ended factual questions and open-ended, divergent questions.

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This video from MinuteEarth explains what happens to your brain in extreme weather.

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This is an individual strategy in which students write a review of a media source, such as an educational video.

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This learning strategy is used to help students organize information for the purpose of making a decision.

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This is a decision-making tool where students organize information acquired from reading text, listening or viewing resources and interpret the information to determine the positive (pros) or negative (cons) aspects of an issue.

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A Consensus Mat is a group discussion strategy that gives each student in a group an opportunity to record his/her responses, ideas, information or points of view.

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This is a critical thinking strategy used to help students “unpack” a controversial topic by identifying the issues and the key stakeholders who are involved with the topic.

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The Innovation Awards is a strategy that provides students with the opportunity to use critical thinking and communication skills to come to a consensus about the most important innovations presented on a timeline.

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This is an individual and whole class strategy which combines reading/viewing comprehension skills with critical thinking skills. Students will identify then rank the perceived key points in a timeline from least to most important& place those points.

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