Questioning formats. In open-ended questioning: a handbook for educators. Freedman, R.L.H.

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Freedman, R.L.H.  (1994).  Questioning formats. In Open-ended questioning: a handbook for educators (pp.11-20).  Dale Seymour Publications.

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The author reviews six questioning formats that call for higher-order thinking processes: analysis, comparison, description, evaluation, fiction, and problem solving- and provides a list of the thinking strategies used and specific examples for each.  The article includes a wonderful chart connecting the thinking skills and Bloom’s Taxonomy.  This is a meaningful overview of questioning.

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