Questions

In this Teachers TV video, the late Ted Wragg shares his years of research into question types and reveals that in the classroom, surprisingly, only four per cent of questions asked in secondary schools are "higher order" questions, requiring more thought and an extended answer.

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shabinahoskote

The art of questioning is not given as much importance in pedagogy as it merits. Asking the right questions - open ended, higher order thinking-orientated and deductive - can boost analytical thinking in pupils.