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QUESTIONING

Using questioning techniques in the classroom

What students will benefit from using questioning


techniques?

All primary and secondary students


What are questioning techniques?
Questioning techniques come in many forms in the
classroom. When used correctly questioning techniques
can be used to scaffold students, and promote higher
order thinking from the students. Research has shown
that with effective questioning techniques the teacher
can engage students, build up students self-esteem,
and create an open class room culture that welcomes
questioning.

Strategies for effective questioning


Using questions that reach all cognitive levels: building up
questions starting with remembering and work up to
evaluating and creating
Wait!: Use appropriate wait time to give your students time
to process the question and think of a response.
Vary the manner of response: dont be afraid to come up
with different ways a student can respond to the question,
use writing or drawings.
Encourage reflection: while reading have students write a
question about the paragraph they are about to read after
they read only the first sentence. Then have then reflect
back ion whether or not the paragraph answered their
question.

References
Larson, L. R., & Lovelace, M. D. (2013). Evalating the efficacy of questioning strategies in lecturebased classroom environments: Are we asking the right questions? Journal on Excellence in College
Teaching, 24(1), 105-122.
Costa, A. L., Kallick, B. (2015). Five strategies for questioning with intention. Education Leadership,
73(1), 66-69.
Manset-Williamson, G., Dunn, M., Hinshaw, R., Nelson, J. M. (2008). The impact of self-questioning
strategy use on the text-reader assisted comprehension of students with reading disabilities.
International Journal of Special Education, 23(1), 123-135.
Robitaille, G.W., Walkup, J.R. (2015). Teachers experiences relative to successful questioning and
discussion techniques. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 5(1), 7-16.