Assessment for Learning Effective Questioning for Assessment for Learning

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  • Assessment for Learning Effective Questioning for Assessment for Learning
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  • Planned Questions Concept questions Lens Questions Student Questions
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  • Planning Questions A key part of the lesson planning process is thinking about the questions we ask in order to: Ascertain where the students are in their understanding Tease out misconceptions that the students may have Avoid activities becoming just busy work Get students to think through different lenses e.g How would a Forensic scientist approach this? An Environmental Health Officer?
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  • Planning Questions Sometimes the best assessment for learning that you can carry out with your students is to give them quick and useful feedback when they are carrying out an activity By asking these planned questions, you will be ensuring that: a)the students are really thinking about what they are doing and why they are doing it b)the students are thinking about the quality of the evidence and/or data they are going to forming c) the students are thinking about the cause and effect factors
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  • Assessment for Learning When you are taking lichen measurements, your teacher may be taking photographs and will be asking you: What are you doing and specifically, WHY you are doing it. Are the measurements you are taking going to support a conclusion. If so, How? How would a Environmental Health Officer approach this task differently from you? What might affect the lichen growth in this area? Why might it do this?
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  • Concept Questions Questions to tease out misconceptions
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  • Concept Questions King Kong is the number one giant monster You are having a laugh. Godzilla would take him anyday.
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  • Strictly Come Dancing is the best celebrity dance show Come off it, the ice skating one on ITV is much better man!
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  • Est-ce qu il y a un autobus pour la piscine aujourdhui? Lautobus pour la plage part quelle heure? Hey guys, I wanna ask how we get to the swimming pool by bus Whos right?
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  • All metals conduct electricity All non - metals do not conduct Only metals conduct electricit y
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  • Clever Classmates But are they right?
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  • In a series circuit, when one bulb goes out, what happens next? Why?
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  • Whassup!! Does the voltage of a battery tells you how big a push the electrons get?
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  • Ooops! I have put the batteries in nose to nose. Will the circuit work?
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  • Concept PhotoWhat I think Teacher Feedback
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  • Lens Questions
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  • What would Cartman say? Red Hat emotions
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  • What would Ned Flanders say? Yellow Hat benefits
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  • What would Marvin the Paranoid Android say? Black Hat Problems
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  • I have a cunning plan What would Baldrick say? Green Hat Ideas
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  • How would I approach this? What would Grissom ask?
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  • How would I approach this task? What would volcanologist ask?
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  • Are mobile phones safe? How would I find out? What would Radiation expert ask?
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  • How would a codebreaker approach this problem? What would a codebreaker ask?
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  • How would a Historian approach this problem? What questions would a Historian ask?
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  • Getting students to come up with A4L Questions Using question grids
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  • What?When? Where? Which?Who?Why?How? EventSituationChoicePersonReasonMeans Is Present Did Past Can Possibility Would Probability Will Prediction Might Imagination
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  • What? So What? What If? What Next?
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  • What? So What? What If? What Next?
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  • What? So What? What If? What Next? 1. The first plastic material to be invented was Bakelite in 1907.
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  • What? So What? What If? What Next? 1. The first plastic material to be invented was Bakelite in 1907. Much less ivory was needed for things such as billiard balls and knife handles, so elephants were saved from extinction.
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  • What? So What? What If? What Next? 1. The first plastic material to be invented was Bakelite in 1907. Much less ivory was needed for things such as billiard balls and knife handles, so elephants were saved from extinction. What if plastics had not been invented?
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  • What? So What? What If? What Next? 1. The first plastic material to be invented was Bakelite in 1907. Much less ivory was needed for things such as billiard balls and knife handles, so elephants were saved from extinction. What if plastics had not been invented? There would be much greater demand for natural materials that are easy to shape.
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  • What? So What? What If? What Next? 1. The first plastic material to be invented was Bakelite in 1907. Much less ivory was needed for things such as billiard balls and knife handles, so elephants were saved from extinction. What if plastics had not been invented? There would be much greater demand for natural materials that are easy to shape. Wood is easy to shape and so we would be cutting down even more trees than we do at present.
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  • What? So What? What If? What Next? 1. The first plastic material to be invented was Bakelite in 1907. Much less ivory was needed for things such as billiard balls and knife handles, so elephants were saved from extinction. What if plastics had not been invented? There would be much greater demand for natural materials that are easy to shape. Wood is easy to shape and so we would be cutting down even more trees than we do at present. 2. Plastics were the first truly synthetic material - there is no substance in nature with their chemical structure. Because they do not exist in nature, there are no micro-organisms that can break them down, so they don't biodegrade. What if nothing is done? We will have increasing problems with waste plastic such as plastic bags. We need to develop a biodegradable plastic.
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  • What? So What? What If? What Next? Pick a simple what question you might ask this week see if this strategy might elicit some deeper thinking