Questioning Strategies

Teachers know from their training and experience that questioning plays an important role in today’s instruction.  Modern lessons are fast-paced and interactive, with teachers asking a lot of questions. Borich (1992) found that questions account for 80 percent of classroom talk and that some teachers ask more than 100 of them per hour! Because this instructional strategy dominates class time and because students are active during the lesson, there are more chances for management problems to arise if teachers do not follow good questioning techniques. This article explores some questioning strategies that minimize classroom management problems.  It can be found by using the following link:  Questions_that_minimize_classrm_mgmt_problemsRecord_F07_Bond.pdf


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