What is this strategy about?
Ask a series of open-ended to ensure that your students get the answer right before you move on to save time circling back to review later on.
How can you ensure you ask the best questions to your class?
Plan your questions so you don’t have to think of them on the spot. This way you have more time to think of targeted questions to really assess your students' understanding of teaching.
What is targeted questioning?
Targeted questions are a series of carefully chosen questions at a particular group of pupils in a short period of time (usually a minute or less). Make sure your pupils understand before you move on.
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Choose this strategy if you want to...
- Get it right before you move on, saving time circling back to review later on
- Increase pupil engagement
- Foster an atmosphere where pupils are on their toes and ready to answer at all times.
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