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Effective Questioning Technique Presentation

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Jazmen Day

on 2 May 2013

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Transcript of Effective Questioning Technique Presentation

Ask questions that are thought-provoking and demand original and evaluative thinking. Ask questions that are purposeful in
achieving the lesson's intent. Ask brief questions,
because long ones are often
unclear. Effective Questioning Techniques Phase questions clearly.
Avoid vague questions. Ask students questions that will help them
to understand the intent of the lesson
that you are teaching them. When asking students questions make
sure that the questions are brief/short
questions because if you ask long
questions it leads the students getting
confused since the questions are unclear. When asking students questions
make sure to always phrase the
questions very clearly and do not ask them vague questions. Encourage students to respond in some way
to each question asked. Find some way that you can use with the students that make them want to answer the question that they are asked. Distribute questions to a range of students and balance responses from volunteering and nonvolenteering students. Avoid "yes-no" and "leading" questions. "Yes-no" questions are one of the worse type of questions to ask students because when asking the questions it doesn't make the students think it just has the students say yes or no and then sit until the next question is asked.It is also a good idea not to use "leading" questions because they are almost always questions that are directed to just one person not everyone in the classroom. To stimulate thinking,probe students' responses or demand support for their answers. Provide student with feedback about their responses,both to motivate them and to let them know how they are doing. Give the student feedback on there answer such as telling them good job or well done if they get the answers right or if they give a good answer, also if they need help answering a question or they kinda know the answer they just dont know how to word the answer then talk to them about it and help them out.You can also just talk to them about how they are doing with there responses. Make sure to ask students questions that they have to spend a little time thinking about before answering becuase if they aren't thought-provoking then students will jump to quickly to answer the questions that they are asked and also make sure that they are questions that students can come up with original answers not just something that they can read right off a book or paper. Make sure that the questions are answer by a range of students from the volunteers to the non-volunteers students because if you don't them you will only have a few students answering the questions instead of everyone in the classroom. To stimulate the thinking of all the students or the student answering the question probe or demand support from the answer that they gave such as supporting reasons on why they gave that answer or if its in a essay or on a worksheet ask them where they found that answer at such as in a book, on the internet, or while talking to someone about the paper or assignment that they were doing.
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