Imagine a die that has the words WHAT, WHERE, WHY, WHO and WHEN on five of it’s sides (and ROLL AGAIN on its sixth).
Children roll the die three times and have to answer a question about that lesson’s content. Hence the WWW.
They could even be asked to write the question themselves.
So in a Computing lesson on the birth of the World Wide Web:
- Who invented the World Wide Web?
- When was the World Wide Web invented?
- Why was the World Wide Web invented?
- What is the World Wide Web?
- Where was the World Wide Web invented?
Or a History lesson on the rise of the Locomotive:
- Who were the key figures in the invention of the steam locomotive?
- When was the locomotive invented?
- Why was the locomotive invented?
- What was the impact of the locomotive’s invention?
- Where was the locomotive invented?