Case Analysis
Reading the case out loud not only gets everyone on the same page, but provides time to consider what the case is about. Underlining key words or unfamiliar phrases is a helpful technique for some individuals. The answers to the questions below help teachers assess your and your peers' prior knowledge, individual and collaborative strengths such as asking questions and negotiating, and scientific reasoning.
What is the title of the case you are working on? *
Your answer
What is this case about? *
Consider the narrative and list topics that you think fit with the case.
Your answer
What do I know? *
By yourself, or better yet in a group, list what you already know about this case. This could include facts from the case, things you know, and things members of your group know. This list could be quite long... Please hit return after each item on the form so it is easy for us to read.
Your answer
What do I need to know? *
List questions you or the members of your group would like to learn more about that relate to the case. This list may be long... Please hit return after each question on the form so it is easy for us to read.
Your answer
Select one or two questions from the "What do I need to know?" answers above that you would be most interested in pursuing. *
You may find it difficult to select from the list, but it is necessary. If you are in a group, expect to negotiate.
Your answer
What kinds of references or resources will help you answer or explore these questions? Identify at least two specific resources. *
Please note: Answering "the internet" is not specific. Identify the site by name or describe the site in terms of the information it is likely to provide.
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