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Effective questioning techniques
Skilful questioning is a key feature of high-quality teaching. Use these strategies to identify strengths and weaknesses in your own provision.
- Plan your questions carefully in advance
- Ask lower-level questions before higher-order ones
- Use both closed and open questions
- Adjust your wait-time for different types of questions
- Involve all pupils
- Try a different approach
- Further strategies for effective questioning
- Use CPD Toolkit to deliver staff training on questioning
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