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• 1. Effective QuestioningHelen &amp; VasyVasy
• 2. Effective QuestioningToday we will think about questioning activities..9.00 &#x2013; 9.20: Some examples of questioningactivities shared by the AST&#x2019;s9.20 &#x2013; 11.15: Time in departments11.15 &#x2013; 11.40: Feedback in this room&#x2022; We will ask you in departments to come up with :(1) an example of how you could use one of the ideas(2) a new questioning idea of your own to share&#x2022; Saqib will be coming in tomorros to show you theAST blog03/06/2013
• 3. Plenary Post Its!&#x2022; Students write down one thing they areconfused about/a question from the lesson ona post-it note&#x2022; And then post these on the whiteboard&#x2022; A teacher/student then chooses some post-itnotes at random and these questions can thenbe posed to the rest of the class03/06/2013VasyIdeas orQuestions?
• 4. Loop card gamesThis game is a good way of getting students toask and answer questionsPupils are given a set of cards with one questionand one answer (to a different question)What is the test for carbondioxide?A lit splint gives a squeakypopWhat is the test forhydrogen?It turns limewater milkyFor Example:Helen
• 5. Order of play&#x2022; To start, any pupil reads out their question&#x2022; The pupil with the corresponding correctanswer reads it out&#x2022; That pupil then reads their question&#x2022; Another pupil answers&#x2022; Make it competitive!&#x2022; Every pupil is fully involved in the wholeactivity!Lets play thegame!!!
• 6. Think-pair share&#x2022; Pose a question&#x2022; Allow students to think&#x2022; Then discuss in pairs&#x2022; Then share answersVasyYour turn:What shouldbe the laterule for nextyear?
• 7. Question BombStudents write a questiononto a piece of paper/postit noteOnce they have writtenit, they scrunch it up into aball&#x2026;Students must answer thekey question they get&#x2026;thrown at them (!)Helen
• 8. How does it work?1. POSE&#x2022; Provide a question, ensuring that you askthe students to remain reflective&#x2022; Insist on hands down before the questionis delivered
• 9. 2. PAUSE...This is the hard part&#x2022; Ask the class to hold the thought; ... think;... think again...&#x2022; If students are captivated and engaged, tryholding the silence for a little while longerand...&#x2022; Push the boundaries. Keep the reflectionfor as long as possible
• 10. 3. POUNCE !&#x2022; Directly and quickly, ask Student A to answer&#x2022; Wait for an answer... pause...4. BOUNCE !&#x2022; Ask another Student B (immediately) afterwards,their opinion of student As answer&#x2022; This can be developed further by askingstudents B and C, their opinions to student Asresponse (irrespective if the answer is correct ornot)Why do we use Q&#x2019;sin the classroom?