- What do we do when a question has many answers?
- What about questions that don’t have yes or no answers?
Explore questions that don’t lend themselves to “yes” or “no” answers. Examine how one question can generate many different points of view. Discuss the importance of building a “Thinking Community” in which many different answers are given consideration.
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