Cover of: Questioning and teaching | J. T. Dillon Read Online

Questioning and teaching a manual of practice by J. T. Dillon

  • 159 Want to read
  • ·
  • 42 Currently reading

Published by Teachers College Press in New York .
Written in English


  • Questioning.,
  • Teaching.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and index.

StatementJ.T. Dillon.
LC ClassificationsLB1027.44 .D55 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 195 p. ;
Number of Pages195
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2526991M
ISBN 100807729248
LC Control Number88002216

Download Questioning and teaching


Questions are the most important tool a teacher can use to build a community of thinkers. This practical guide provides teachers with a step-by-step process for implementing a set of questioning strategies known as the Questioning by: 6. Questioning and Teaching. A Manual of Practice. Questions and questioning play a major role in both formal and informal educative processes. They are the means by which a child expresses the desire to understand the world outside and they subsequently become the means by which a teacher assesses whether or not a child has satisfactorily assimilated by: Questions, Questioning Techniques, and Effective Teaching. Wilen, William W., Ed. This book focuses on questioning techniques and strategies teachers may employ to make the difference between active and passive learning in the by:   The Three Questions is an obvious book to teach asking and answering questions. The boy goes through experiences that lead him to finally answer the three big questions he has about life. 3 Books and Lessons for Teaching Questioning3 Books and Lessons for Teaching Questioning.

Online Activity Teacher Guide: Keys to the Castle Students travel through a castle as they ask questions about texts during this activity. They may choose Middle . Questioning is the strategy that propels readers on. Who, after all, would continue reading something if they had no questions about it? Here are four surefire steps I follow to model the questioning strategy for my students. 1. Choose the Text for Questioning. I begin by choosing a picture book that I know will spur a lot of questions. In the best case scenario, our questions are designed to stimulate their thinking. But all too often, our questions seem to have a different effect: they teach students that their job is to “guess what’s in the teacher’s head” – to come up with the answer that corresponds to what the teacher is thinking. THE RESEARCH ON CLASSROOM QUESTIONING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RESEARCH Classroom questioning is an extensively researched topic. The high incidence of questioning as a teaching strategy, and its consequent potential for influencing student learning, have led many investigators to examine relationships between questioning methods and student File Size: 99KB.

This book provides a systematic way to improve our questioning while intentionally helping students develop skills for productive discussion." —Doug Fisher "Of all the arrows in the accomplished teacher's quiver, the skillful use of questioning and discussion is central to .   Asking questions after reading causes them to be reflective about the author's choices and sometimes helps them draw a personal opinion about the text. Asking questions is a great place to start students’ thinking while reading! I love teaching questioning towards the beginning of the year, because this is a gateway skill to deeper comprehension. Planning questions. Effective questioning sessions in classroom require advance preparation. While some instructors may be skilled in extemporaneous questioning, many find that such questions have phrasing problems, are not organized in a logical sequence, or do . Read a book or text to the class, and model your thinking and questioning. Emphasize that even though you are an adult reader, questions before, during, and after reading continue to help you gain an understanding of the text you are reading. Ask questions such as: "What clues does the title give me about the story?".