Are you curious about the title of this article? Me, too! I discovered a very simple plan to add questioning in your classes and a new reason to use good questioning techniques: differentiating instruction.
Are you looking for a list of example questions to use to help you when preparing your questions? In this resource, you will find 17 different categories of questions with plenty of examples that will help you formulate your own questions for your students.
Do you need one resource that could answer all your questions and help you improve your questioning techniques? This is it. You will find a summary of questioning techniques and lots of examples and resources to use.
Do you need help planning the types of questions you will use in your classes? Then look no further. This resource shares tips for planning questions, how to respond to student questions, and what to do when nobody answers your questions!
What kind of resources would you like? If you answered, "a quick and easy to follow list of good questions with a chart showing what to add and what to take away," you are in luck. That's just what you'll find at this site.