GUIDED RECIPROCAL PEER QUESTIONING

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GUIDED RECIPROCAL PEER QUESTIONING by Mind Map: GUIDED RECIPROCAL PEER QUESTIONING

1. Do you agree/disagree with this statement?

2. What conclusions can you draw about....?

3. ADVANTAGES: INCREASES STUDENT PARTICIPATION, ENGAGEMENT & RETENTION. DEVELOPS HIGHER-ORDER THINKING.

3.1. Spanish

3.1.1. Midterm

4. TEACHER PROVIDES STUDENTS GENERIC QUESTION STEMS TO SCAFFOLD THEIR QUESTIONING.

4.1. Spanish

4.1.1. New vocabulary

5. PROCESS: Students are given a few minutes to individually prepare several content-specific questions aided by open-ended questions. The students form groups and take turns asking their questions and discussing possible answers.

5.1. English

5.1.1. Text book p. 55-60

5.1.2. Joseph Conrad "Heart of Darkness"

6. QUESTION STEMS I COULD USE IN MY MIDDLE-SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSES:                    What evidence can support your answer?/ What do you think causes...? Why?/ What do you think would happen if...?

7. PURPOSE: TO GENERATE STUDENT DISCUSSIONS AND HIGHER-ORDER OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS

7.1. Maths

7.1.1. Text book, exercises 34, 35, 36, 37