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Effective Questioning and Reacting Techniques

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janine francia cruz

on 23 September 2013

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Transcript of Effective Questioning and Reacting Techniques

Effective Questioning and Reacting Techniques
Types of Questions according to Purpose
1. Assessing Cognition
-used to determine one's knowledge in understanding
-promote high level thinking

2. Verification
-determines the exactness or accuracy of the results of an activity or performance

3. Creative Thinking
-probes into one's originality
Types of Questions according to Purpose
4. Evaluating
-elicit responses that include judgements, value and choice

5. Productive Thinking
-analyzes facts, recognizes patterns or trends and invokes memory and recall

6. Motivating
-attempts to put students in the right mood

7. Instructing
-it directs, guides, and advise on what and how to do an activity
Types of Questions to Level / Answer
Low level questions
-include memory questions
-requires simple recall

High level questions
-ability to analyze, evaluate and solve problems

Convergent Questions
-require single predictable answer

Divergent Questions
-require to think in "different directions
"Children go to school
as question marks
and leave school
as periods."
-Neil Postman
The kind of questions we ask determine the level of thinking we develop...
* Low level questions
-demand low level responses

* High Level questions
-call for higher-order thinking ability
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