5 steps to asking good questions

April 5, 2017 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

Global digital citizen foundation has created an infographic titled 5 Steps to Asking Good Questions. “The idea behind it is simple: to give you and your students the edge you need to ask good questions, improve communication, maximize research results, and much more.”

The 5 steps are:

  1. Focus
  2. Purpose 
  3. Intent 
  4. Framing
  5. Follow-up

Check out the site for the details and a copy of the infographic. You will have to register to download the infographic.

Contact the Professional Library if you want more information on asking great questions, and TDSB teachers can review pages 9-12 of the 2017 Research Success (intermediate and secondary students) for information on developing  quality questions for inquiry and research – copies. Research Success is also available in the Inquiry section of the Virtual Library.


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