|Question types and Concepts Addressed||Examples of Questions|
|Key inquiry: Sought to explain or addresses big fundamental ideas related to the cause of death|
What role does the septic defect had on her death?|
Why is cardiac muscle death only located at the left ventricle?
|Bubble||How did the bubble get into the bloodstream and travel to the coronary artery?|
|Water in lungs||Why did water flow into the lungs?|
|Pressure differences||How do pressure differences explain for direction of water flow?|
|Basic information: Factual information students needed to know before they could answer question on key inquiry and hypothesis.|
|Lysis of red blood cells||
Is osmosis the cause of red blood cells lysis?|
What caused the red blood cells to agglutinate?
What is the function of oestrogen?|
What is anti-androgen?
Is he born a male?|
What does XY implies?
|Blockage of blood vessel||What could block the coronary artery?|
|Unknown/missing information: Any information required to determine cause of death but was not given.|
|Intravenous injection||Was the injection voluntary?|
|Blockage of blood vessel||Is she a smoker since smoking can damage heart and coronary artery?|
|Hypothesis: Suggested alternatives by showing attempts to make educated guess or informed predication of possibilities|
What if someone deliberately injected bubbles into her?|
What if she was killed by intravenous injection and then later dumped in the river?
|Water in lungs||What if she was drowned?|
|Potassium ions in blood||Could the high level of potassium ions be due to cardiac muscle death instead of lysis of red blood cells?|
|Others: Miscellaneous questions that do not fall into the above categories|
|Structure of argument||Is this under warrant or backing?|
|Relevance||Which evidence is relevant for this?|
|Validity||Are you sure this reason is valid?|