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Effective Questioning Techniques

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Abby Konarski

on 28 February 2013

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Transcript of Effective Questioning Techniques

1. Phrase questions clearly. 3. Ask brief questions. 5. Encourage students to respond in some way to each question asked. 7. Avoid asking "yes-no" questions. *This will provide motivation
*Students will know a little bit more on how they are doing
*It will inform them if they need more study time on that objective * Avoid vague questions
* Construct the questions so
the students can understand them clearly * To long of questions will:
-cause the students to over think
the question(s)
-make the intent of the question(s)
unclear *Students should try to answer each
question whether right or wrong
*Students should also try to find the
answer when they get a question wrong *Students should be able to explain their
*If there is a yes/no question, try adding "why" to the end of the question 9. Provide students with
feedback about their responses. Effective Questioning Techniques 2. Ask questions that are
purposeful in achieving
the lessons intent. * Stay on topic with the
objective being taught
*For example: If you are
teaching a science lesson
on the states of matter,
don't ask the class what
their favorite flavor of ice
cream is. 4. Ask questions that are
thought provoking. *Try to avoid yes or no questions *Require students to think,
don't just hand them the answer 6. Distribute questions
to a range of students. *Balance the responses between:
-Volunteering and non volunteering students
-Male and female students
-Different parts of the classroom 8. Demand from students support
for their answers. *Students will learn more if they are able to backup their answers with more details
*The more students can explain their answer
the better understanding the teacher has of whether or not the class is learning what it should
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