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10 Rhetorical Questions to Stop Using in the Classroom
A little over a year ago, I got caught in my own question. “So, you’re going to stay here while the rest of us go to lunch?” I asked a little nugget who was parked underneath a table, refusing to move. “YES.” Well. Shoot. My question set both of us up …
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Diagram showing application of blooms taxonomy - cognitive domain - planning classroom lessons and classroom objectives. Of value to teachers in guiding the types of questions asked in class to evaluate learning. Marsh (2010) states that teachers typically use the knowledge/comprehension questions and very few of the higher levels of the taxonomy