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"Open-Ended Questions"

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Summary

Instead of asking yes or no questions, participants ask more insightful open-ended questions that foster deeper understanding.

Instructional Strategies

1. Encourage your students to ask effective open-ended questions to learn more. 2.Help them frame How, When, Who, What, and Why questions. 3. Ask your class a series of Yes/No questions. 4. Discuss the limitations to yes and no questions.

Participant Tasks

1. Ask effective open-ended questions to learn more. 2. Practice framing How, When, Who, What, and Why questions. 3. Pair up and ask a series of Yes/No questions to each other. 4. Were you satisfied with the answers? Were you able to carry on a conversation based on the yes/no questions and answers? 5. Discuss the limitations to yes and no questions.

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