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The use of them encourages students to keep asking questions and wondering about the world around them.
In looking at these examples of practice, you might find yourself wondering if/how they will work in your classroom.
Fostering opportunities to wonder in the literacy classroom means that students can create their own texts and engage with the texts of others while asking questions and wondering about the world.
That's what the people are staring at and wondering about in the first reading.
Luke says that at first the disciples were disbelieving and wondering in their joy.
I became fascinated by famous homosexuals, staring at their photographs and wondering what we had in common.
I became paranoid all over again, wondering why they could fulfill a reporter's request for the president's files in a matter of days, but kept on stalling me.
Wondering at the many things that the story of the Annunciation might mean, I take refuge in the fact that for centuries so many poets and painters have found it worthy of consideration.
In many cases, the young women were reasoning in a mature fashion, doubting that they were ready for sex, at 14 or 17 years of age, and wondering if their boyfriends were as ready as they pretended to be.
Wondering about the results of festival residencies adds to the yearly anticipation of the International Choreographers and Young Choreographers and Composers programs.