logging in or signing up Questioning Skills cstari Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 973 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: March 19, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript QUESTIONING SKILLS: A Presentation By T.K.Ghosh QUESTIONING SKILLSWhy Use Questioning?: Why Use Questioning? Get students engaged with the subject Develop rapport between teacher and student Stimulate critical thinking Add variety to the class Assess student learning Contact is the key!QUESTIONING METHODS: QUESTIONING METHODS OPEN/CLOSE QUESTIONS: OPEN/CLOSE QUESTIONS Open Questions Demand as much information as possible Disguise what you are getting at Close Questions Want to get precise answer Want details Want commitment USAGEOPEN/CLOSE QUESTIONS: OPEN/CLOSE QUESTIONS Why What Who When Where How HOW TOOPEN/CLOSE QUESTIONS: OPEN/CLOSE QUESTIONS Open What is knowledge? What does it mean to know something? Is all knowledge the same? Close Do you need Help? Can you measure the length with a vernier caliper? EXAMPLESPROBING QUESTIONS: PROBING QUESTIONS USAGEPROBING QUESTIONS: PROBING QUESTIONS HOW TOPROBING QUESTIONS: PROBING QUESTIONS What do you need to make this tool move horizontally? What do exactly mean by unlimited usage? When is it exactly going to be ready? What do you mean by “no one showed up”? EXAMPLESLEADING QUESTIONS: LEADING QUESTIONS USAGELEADING QUESTIONS: LEADING QUESTIONS HOW TOLEADING QUESTIONS: LEADING QUESTIONS You can get either get the advanced version at a cost or get the simpler but cheaper version? EXAMPLESINSPIRING QUESTIONS: INSPIRING QUESTIONS USAGEINSPIRING QUESTIONS: INSPIRING QUESTIONS HOW TOINSPIRING QUESTIONS: INSPIRING QUESTIONS EXAMPLESBASIC QUESTIONING: BASIC QUESTIONING Master this technique, and use it as your standard!BASIC QUESTIONING: BASIC QUESTIONING Use for conceptually challenging questions.BASIC QUESTIONING: BASIC QUESTIONING Use for conceptually challenging questions and when you need a fast answer.BASIC QUESTIONING: BASIC QUESTIONING Use for simple but important points that everyone should know cold.USE SILENCE: USE SILENCE Ask and then wait……… BenefitsUSE APPLE: USE APPLEPreconditions for Effective Questioning: Preconditions for Effective Questioning Preplan most of the questions you will ask in class. Know your students (names and personalities) . Be willing to take a risk. Be willing to assume a leadership role in the classroom.Responding to Students’ Answers : Responding to Students’ Answers Listen carefully. Separate the wheat from the chaff : Affirm and praise the wheat. Ignore the chaff C orrect errors only when necessary to prevent problems or misconceptions later. Be positive. Remember why you’re asking questions!When a Student asks a Question…: When a Student asks a Question… Repeat or clarify it, if necessary. Whenever possible, help the student answer the question herself. Ask other students to answer the question. Defer until later, if appropriate. Answer it yourself, only as a last resort… …but never let a student’s question go unanswered.A Good Answer Is...: A Good Answer Is... Accurate Direct Efficient Clear Positive Be willing to say “I don’t know”… …but be so well prepared that you never have to say “I don’t know.”What if a Student Says:: What if a Student Says: “I Don’t Know” As a General Rule Don’t Let Them Off The HookPowerPoint Presentation: firstname.lastname@example.org References: Lowman, J., Mastering the Techniques of Teaching, Jossey-Bass Publishers, (1995). Wankat, P., and F. Oreovicz, Teaching Engineering, New York, McGraw-Hill, (1993). You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.