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English Center CoordinatorChristopher Heuer, Professor EnglishChristopher.Heuer@gallaudet.edu
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ASL Center CoordinatorRobin Massey, ASL Departmentaslcenter@gallaudet.edu
Questioning skills refer to one's ability to formulate and respond to questions about situations, objects, concepts, and ideas. There are two levels of questions: low-level questions and high-level questions. Questioning strategies are useful to instructors for effectively planning class participation activities, for designing homework assignments, and for writing exams. The strategies help instructors to match their goals or objectives for an assignment with the actual components of the assignment. Other functions of questioning strategies are as follows.
Lower Level Questions
Higher Level Questions
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