GETTING QUESTIONS FROM YOUR STUDENTS
Many students are weak when it comes to asking questions compared to answering them. This is odd because the structure of a question is not more difficult than an affirmative or a negative statement.
However getting questions from students may sometimes be neglected by teachers: Doesn't the classical teaching situation mean the teacher speaks and then questions his students? Well, it shouldn't be like that in language learning. Asking is as important as answering.
How can we increase practice of question forms?
Here are four ways of getting questions from a student, The first three work even with beginners, the last one as soon as students know the verb "ask".
Click on them to see how they work.
BK05 Mark Yates
reviewed May 2020