Great Teaching Made Easy: How to Use Questioning in the Classroom

Great Teaching Made Easy: How to Use Questioning in the Classroom

The Complete Guide

Mike Gershon

The best-selling How to Use Questioning in the Classroom: The Complete Guide gives classroom teachers everything they need to embed outstanding questioning in their teaching and raise achievement across the board.

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The best-selling How to Use Questioning in the Classroom: The Complete Guide gives classroom teachers everything they need to embed outstanding questioning in their teaching and raise achievement across the board.

The book is written by a practicing teacher and is unashamedly practical. It contains a wide range of activities, strategies, techniques and questions which educators can use to create challenging and engaging learning experiences for their students. Everything in the book is generic, meaning it can be applied across the curriculum.

In the first section of the book, Gershon analyzes the nature of classroom questioning before outlining and illustrating 35 strategies, activities and techniques which can be used when teaching almost any topic to any age group. In section II, more than 1,200 generic, high-quality questions are presented, ready to adapt for use in your classroom.

Product Code: BPP180011
ISBN: 9781943920495 | 08/03/18
Publisher: LSI

Reviews

"Gershon's books are really practical and give classroom teachers loads of ideas they can use to raise achievement and inspire their students. If you're a busy teacher who wants to find ways to develop your practice and support your learners then these books are for you."

- James Wright, Teacher and Teacher Trainer, London, UK

 

"There are literally hundreds of practical ideas in Gershon's books. He takes research and distills it into strategies and techniques any teacher can use to engage their learners and get the best out of them. I'd definitely recommend his books as a great source of inspiration for classroom teachers."

- Andrew Uglow, Director of Studies, Cokethorpe School, Oxfordshire, UK