Frequent questioning has been shown to be positively related to learning facts, but simply asking a greater number of questions does not facilitate the learning of more complex material. Just as with higher cognitive questions, it may be necessary to include explicit instruction to promote student learning of complicated concepts. Teachers often pose questions prior to reading.
This chapter will talk about:
1. What are the techniques of questioning?
2. What are the purpose and types of questioning?
3. What are the Characteristics of good questioning?
4. How can teachers encourage students to ask a question?
5. How can teachers improve their questioning technique?
6. How can students respond to questioning?