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Producing questions with QFT

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1.Ask as many questions as you can. 2. Do not stop to discuss, judge, or answer any questions. 3.Write down every question exactly as it is stated. 4.Change any statement into a question. RULES FOR PRODUCING QUESTIONS

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A close-ended question is a question that can be answered with either YES or NO. It can include presuming, probing, restrictive or leading questions. Example: Is this going to be on the test? CLOSED- AND OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS

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An open-ended question is a question that cannot be answered by either a yes or no. Requires more explanation. Example: What will be on the test? CLOSED- AND OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS

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QUESTION STARTERS Why?What?How? CLOSED-ENDED When?Where?Who? Is?Do? OPEN-ENDED

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REFLECTION QUESTIONS Why is learning to ask our own questions important for learning? How do you feel now about asking questions? How can you use what you learned about asking questions?

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