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Question Formulation Technique (QFT)

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Michael Stroh

on 14 March 2017

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Transcript of Question Formulation Technique (QFT)

Rules for Improving Your Questions
1: Categorize your questions as closed - or opened - ended
Learning Target: I can gain a better understanding of Brazil's
favelas
by formulating questions.
Prioritizing Your Questions
Choose your three most important questions, put them in order; 1, 2, & 3
Do Now:
Rules for Producing Questions in the QFT
1: Ask as many questions as you can.
Question Formulation Technique (QFT)
Changing Your Questions
Then, share your answer with a neighbor
2: Do not stop to discuss, judge, or answer the questions.
3: Write down every question exactly as it is stated.
4: Change any statement into a question.
Which of these rules do you think might be hard for you to follow?
Closed-ended questions
can be answered with yes or no, or with one-word
Open-ended questions
require an explanation, cannot be answered with simply yes or no.
Mark each question with either a "C" or an "O"
What are the advantages of
closed-ended
questions?

What are the advantages of
open-ended
questions?

Now:
Change 1 closed-ended question to an open-ended question

AND

1 open-ended question to a closed-ended question

Why did you choose those 3 questions?
Now, be ready to share your top 3 questions with the class!
1. Turn in "Brazil Guided Reading" assignment from yesterday

2. Think to yourself:
"Why would being able to ask a good question be an important skill to have?"
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