The questions we ask say more about us than what we know. That's why we as teachers always want students to ask questions. But we also want them to consider the quality of their questions. This is a simple handout that introduces students to different types and levels of questions, an essential step on the quest to get students to stop and think!
If you like this, check out my Irony Skit Lesson. It’s a fun way to learn irony:
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