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Routledge, 1993 - Education - 54 pages
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Teachers ask hundreds of questions every week, some requiring single one word answers, others involving much more complex thought and understanding, and many are to do with the management of the class. Whole lessons can be built around one or two thought-provoking questions, involving the imagination, inviting children to recall vital information, understand a new concept, analyze, speculate, and reason. This workbook explains clearly the different types and patterns of questions teachers may ask and offers a wide range of useful practical exercises to enable both experienced and trainee teachers to improve their own and their colleagues questioning skills.

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Class Management
Edward Conrad Wragg
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