In the other hand, students’ : Given any topic or subject, they have to … They are instruments to examine, (1993), we normally ask questions when we really want to know something and, if we, answer, and does not force them to reveal too much about themselves. Brown, G., & Wragg, E. C. (1993). Participant of this research are two English teachers at SMP PGRI Bandung. It is also an essential way for the teacher to output information and obtain feedback, and an important channel to exchange ideas between the teacher and students. The aims of the study were to investigate English teachers’ questioning strategies at one Madrasah in Palembang, South Sumatera. Questioning. From this research, researcher found that open ended questions are mostly occur in the classroom beside ; yes/no questions, short answer questions, display questions, referential questions and non retrieval questions. The qualitative research method with a case study approach was employed to look at the ways of the English teachers’ questioning strategies in the processes of teaching and learning and the reasons that made them use certain questioning strategies. (WFA). skills, creative thinking skills, and higher level thinking skills. teacher confirm why they did not ask the follow-up question. Rina, do you have interesting stories at the weekend? Questioning techniques are an important part of classroom instruction. cess, to fi nd out the teacher’s purposes of applying those. Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. Instructional strategies for teaching the gifted. Based on the research fi ndings, it THE IMPLEMENTATION OF QUESTIONING STRATEGY IN TEACHING SPEAKING FOR THE TENTH GRADE IN MA AL-ABROR B... TEACHER’S QUESTIONS USED IN TEACHING ENGLISH AT THE 1ST GRADE STUDENTS OF ONE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN... TEACHER’S QUESTIONS IN EFL CLASSROOM INTERACTION. that there was a small number of the learners who used the language effectively to persuade others (rhetoric), who remembered the written and spoken information easily (mnemonic), who were able to deliver information orally and written (explanation), and who reflected language to talk about language itself (metalinguistic). When preparing to teach, compose specific questions that you will ask your students (or that you anticipate they will ask you). In an attempt to explore the type of classroom environment that contributes to the development of critical thinking, and the questioning techniques and strategies employed there, prolonged observation was conducted in a fourth grade gifted classroom. Additionally, most students do not The case study method: https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED455221.pdf, learners’ classroom interaction. ¾… analyze information. The participants in this study were English teachers. Referential-open questions that can elicit longer responses were “If your group had the same question as a previous group, affirm their question and offer another if you have one.” When the students’ questions are exhausted, Thoughtful points to the six clusters of related questions and says: “I am really pleased with the thinking behind each of these questions. I discussed those two functions of questioning in a previous colu… Teachers should increase, the questioning strategies that improve the students’ thinking, questions to their students either the questions are, thinking. 0000004388 00000 n questions properly in order to develop their students’ critical thinking skills. 0000002585 00000 n In this lesson, we will look at effective questioning techniques in the classroom. The Importance of Questioning. Just One More Question…’ (said in the style of Columbo!) questioning techniques, and effective teaching. Our analysis of the text revealed overarching themes and sub-themes including (1) language barriers (vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and fluency); (2) psychological factors (anxiety, attitude, and lack of motivation); (3) learning environment (lecturers, peers, and topics of speaking modules), and (4) practicing the language (self-practice, practicing the language with tutors and peers, practicing the language with media and technology, and maintaining a positive motivation). (Six references are attached.) to build interaction in the classroom and also to stimulate the stu- The teachers used convergent questioning strategy by asking, the questions required yes/ no and short answers to recall, the questions required yes/ no and short answers to attract, The teachers used divergent questioning strategy by asking the, questions required open answers to develop the students, The teachers used the procedural questioning strategy, engage students in the content of the lesson, The themes and codes gained from the qualitative data as li, questions were used to attract students’ attention. Vision Journal for Language and Foreign Language Learning. 389 0 obj <>stream The student’s responses in implementing of questioning strategy are various , they were comfort, nervous, afraid but They could enjoy it because the topic relate with their environment. give instructions to the students to do something in the class. *Corresponding author: English Education Study Program, Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teaching Sciences, English Education Study Program, Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teaching Sciences, State Islamic University of, State Polytechnic of Sriwijaya Palembang, South Sumatera, Convergent questioning strategy-yes/no answer: The beginning of the lesson, Convergent questioning strategy-yes/no answer: After presenting the lessons, Convergent questioning strategy-short answers, Convergent questioning strategy-short answers: After presenting the lessons, : “Rena and Gino, can you read the conversation?”, Rena and Gino, can you read the conversation?”, However, the students never gave any responses to the. were in form of words. learners and teachers perspectives. In brief, questioning strategy is one of the important strategies that can im. Questioning is one kind of teaching active procedure. The high incidence of questioning as a teaching strategy, and its consequent potential for influencing student learning, have led many investigators to examine relationships between questioning methods and student achievement 0000003698 00000 n levels of The teacher provided guidance and direction, but rarely answers. startxref Questioning has always been the most ubiquitous phenomenon observed in classroom, as well as one of the most frequently-adopted devices favored by most of the teachers. Do you remember about analytical exposition? trailer One important finding is that questions that focus student attention on important elements of a lesson result in better comprehension than those that focus on unusual or interesting elements. Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. Implications and recommendations are also discussed. All rights reserved. 0000005918 00000 n �� 0�XG�%((���Q��@UÙ���f@5P-����T��8 �G��U�i 6�d`�g�ϸ����6�&C8�[�z���LO���Y�n3�f����c�~2I2~:���6��G�"&'�������0d�3�M~����(��8�!���6� i`��z�E��9sA"]� �b� materials questions that categorized as referential/open questions Universal Journal of Educational Research. 0000000016 00000 n 0000009167 00000 n Under the heading "Contextual Attributes" are the following: safe and orderly school environment; strong administrative leadership; primary focus on learning; maximizing learning time; monitoring student progress; academically heterogeneous class assignments; flexible in-class grouping; small class size; supportive classroom climate; parent and community involvement. During research, there are three kind of languages used by teachers, they are English, mixed English –Indonesian, and Indonesian. The preponderance of lower-order questions was troublesome to educators, for it contradicted the notion of a thoughtful classroom, promoting important if not profound … %%EOF retrived from, http://journal.unika.ac.id/index.php/celt/article/view/58, https://repository.usd.ac.id/388/2/126332042_full.pdf, http://jurnal.radenfatah.ac.id/index.php/edukasi/article/view/592, Alberta, Canada. As the means of transferring knowledge between teachers and students, coursebooks play a significant role in educational practices all over the world. Using effective questioning in your classroom brings a host of benefits, as it: Encourages students to engage with their work and each other. Good questions stimulate thinking and creativity. Our findings showed three types of teacher’s questioning strategies used by teachers in their teaching and learning processes including convergent, divergent, and procedural questions. Implications and recommendations are also discussed. English is a main subject in Chinese English classes, which requires plenty of practice, needs cooperation between the teacher and students in class to jointly fulfill the verbal communication and the teaching-learning procedure. xref nated area in the classroom. works as a lecturer at State Polytechnic of Sriwijaya Palembang. Boylston Street, Boston: Pearson Education Boston. No Calling Out higher-level thinking but often focus on the recalling of, attention. are more frequently employing active learning techniques (for example, class discussion, student-selected topics, among others) or student-centered pedagogy in the classroom, encouraging student Teachers mostly used convergent questions (yes/no and short answers). The results showed, Teaching speaking is an important part of language learning so that the English teacher should use some strategies to improve the students’ speaking skill. The data were collected through observation of everyday activities in the classroom, survey, and interview. Questioning is the key means by which teachers find out what pupils already know, identify gaps in knowledge and understanding and scaffold the development of their understanding to enable them to close the gap between what they currently know and the learning goals. To provide opportunities for successful answers but also to provide challenge. Research on classroom questioning and information processing indicates that students need at least three seconds to comprehend a question, consider the available information, formulate an answer, and begin to respond. Asking Questions. Questioning: Teacher’s Questioning Strategies in. 0000003454 00000 n We used observation and interviews as our data collection techniques. The production of words was the effect of It was found that in all season 70% of students’ responses one another to know something about the unknown things. Questions are the most common form of interaction between pupils and teachers, yet research … The last The teacher use increasing wait-time when the students need time to think about the questions, 2.The teacher used convergent and divergent questions, it was done to make the students have better understanding in speaking and the students can be easy in answering the question given by the teacher. 0000003044 00000 n Questioning strategies for teaching the gifted, works as a lecturer at English education study program in, at English education study program in the Faculty of. students to do something in the classroom. used two instruments namely audio recording and note taking. It was the effect of State Islamic University of Raden Fatah, South Sumatra, Indonesia; language in every country. It could be concluded that the teachers often asked questions in the form of questions which. tions were widely used for checking students’ understanding of the For example, evi-dence for the relationship between questioning and self-efficacy can be found in a study by Powell and Ramnauth (1992). Classroom questioning, the skill of the elicitation method of teaching that is student-oriented and advocated today, gives an incentive to communicative activities in English. In your opinion, how do you analyze the text by using. It is known as a daily international communication tool with other, learned as a foreign language from junior high school to senior high school in Indonesia, some reasons why questioning strategy is important. According to Eble (1988), students perform better on lesson items that. usually applies in the classroom during teaching and learning pro- The present study is an attempt to evaluate Total English coursebook from both Iranian EFL, The qualitative research with a case study approach was employed to explore and describe the linguistic intelligence of undergraduate EFL Learners of one state Islamic university in Palembang, Indonesia. The strategies below are also helpful as you formulate questions for exams and assignme Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, The One-Minute Paper Technique: Promoting teachers' innovation, “If our English isn’t a language, what is it?” Indonesian EFL Student Teachers’ Challenges Speaking English, Reflective Teaching in Second Language Classrooms, Teaching by Principles: An Interactive Approach to Language Pedagogy, Questioning Strategies To Encourage Critical Thinking, The Practice of English Language Teaching, The Skills of Teacher’s Questioning in English Classes, Iranian Language Teachers and Students Perspectives on Total English Series at Intermediate Level, Linguistic Intelligence of Undergraduate EFL Learners in Higher Education: A Case Study. 0000010153 00000 n The teacher asked the procedural question. responses in form of sentence were 7 sentences. The aim of this research was to find out how was the implementation of questioning strategy for the tenth grade in MA AL-ABROR Blumbungan Pamekasan, what types of the question were used by the teacher in the implementation of questioning strategy for the tenth grade in MA AL-ABROR Blumbungan Pamekasan,and how did the responses of thestudents in the implementation of questioning strategy for the tenth grade in MA AL-ABROR Blumbungan Pamekasan. were collected by recording the teaching and learning process and Teachers and students will both benefit from questions that are purposefully designed (Peterson & Taylor, 2012) as students will acquire the ability to make connections to prior learning as … Another characterized his class discussions as "sort of a play," which he and "a handful of students put on while the rest of the class watch like an audience." H�\�͎�@��. Also, to explore the effects of wait time and reporting the effects from teacher questioning on gender questions effectively to raise the thinking challenge, target specific students or groups within the class. which reflected three reasons why the teachers employed each type of questioning strategies. 0000006683 00000 n It can improve long-term retention of knowledge and skills, as well as the ability of students to apply and transfer the knowledge and skills they learn. One of the most potent uses of quality questioning is for formative assess-ment that produces formative feedback for students—and for teachers. This booklet draws on the general database of effective education practices to identify what appear to be the core contextual and instructional factors, or attributes, that enable students to learn successfully. Purpose of Questioning To help the teacher gauge how effectively students are learning. Canada: Nelson Education. This guidance informs teachers how to pre-plan their questions and select approaches for promoting classroom talk; prepare their ‘open’ and ‘high-challenge’ questions; pre-determine the level and type of The data collection took place in three language institutes of Gilan and Mazandaran provinces. increase students’ thinking and opinions. types of questioning strategies used in the teaching process and the reasons why the. 0000004276 00000 n To begin with some elemental definitions, this paper discusses some basic knowledge of questions, and then explores the skill of questioning in English class about the preparing, designing, controlling and evaluating of questioning. Please explain about analytical exposition, give your opinion? dents to perform their speaking skill in target language. (1985). dents. questioning students. Nevertheless, the data are plentiful enough to permit informed interpretation about the most beneficial schooling practices. Do you understand about analytical exposition? Third, the questions wer, the teacher did not ask further quest. The paper analyzes tentative in English class by integrating theory with practice. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. the Faculty of Tarbiyah and Education, State Islamic University of Raden Fatah, Palembang. Have you understood about the expression of intention? questioning, and to describe the effects of applying the levels of For example, in a typical mathematics class, questions might be rapid fire: question in, question out. Ary, D. (2010). Rosenshine’s Principles of Instructionshas questioning as Principle 3, stating that effective teachers “ask a large number of questions and check the responses of all pupils”. ED408 744), http://ojs.unm.ac.id/ELT/article/view/1884. Thus, the skills of questioning are further understood in English classes. Therefore, the teacher must pay great attention to the skill of asking questions in English class. I take several answers before commenting, and often ask for ABC on responses offered. <<8F43CFEAF322954DA17BC728A5291468>]>> open questions because the students frequently did not give any responses to such questions. Shaunessy (2005) states that questioning, been taught. Helps students to think out loud. questioning for the students’ understanding of English, and to iden- The present Introduction to research in education (8 th ed). The observation was used to look at the teacher’s questioning types used in the daily practices of teaching in the EFL classroom while the interview was used to understand the reasons that made them use those types of questioning strategies. Questions that are categorized as display/closed ques- Knowledge in this classroom was not presented to students by the teacher. Data came from demographic questionnaires and semi-structured interviews obtained from eight participants. It is a device through which they can organize their thinking to achieve certain objectives. 366 0 obj <> endobj Effective self-questioning can improve students’ awareness and control of their thinking, which in turn can improve their learning. Evaluation of coursebooks is also of great significance as it manages to a better understanding of the nature of a specific teaching/learning situation. The teachers asked the, “When I asked the question in the form of open answer, most of the students did not give any responses.”, are ready for a new task by asking them questions, answers, but also ask further question in order. 0000000791 00000 n The aim of this research is to find out the types of questions asked by teachers in teaching and learning process. If a teacher utilizes questions effectively, students will discover that the question is a very valuable learning tool. 2014, p. 85). Is the narrative text part of the reading text? The aim is simple: we want to create a classroom w… were widely used for looking for certain information from the stu- The purpose of this phenomenological study was to document Indonesian EFL student teachers’ experiences in speaking English at one public university in Jambi, Indonesia. Questions allow us to : ¾… access information. The data collection, Questioning is a basic method implemented by teacher in order Washington, DC: Guest. it lets you gauge the groups’ attentiveness to the question: who’s thinking about it and who’s not; and finally, it encourages more participation as students know that it’s not first past the post when a question is posed. Questions promote inquiry and learning how to learn over proving what you know; Questions fit in well with the modern “Google” mindset; Used well, questions can promote personalized learning as teachers can change questions on the fly to meet … Benefits of Effective Questioning. Reflecting teaching in second language classrooms. Questioning is one of the nine research-based strategies presented in Classroom Instruction That Works (Marzano, Pickering, and Pollock 2001). endstream endobj 367 0 obj <>/ViewerPreferences<>/Metadata 73 0 R/Pages 70 0 R/StructTreeRoot 75 0 R/Type/Catalog>> endobj 368 0 obj <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 369 0 obj <> endobj 370 0 obj <> endobj 371 0 obj <> endobj 372 0 obj <> endobj 373 0 obj <>stream Rather, the students generated their own knowledge through the application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of ideas. should avoid the types of the questions that require yes/no answer. Questions are a teacher’s most powerful tool, they can keep a lesson flowing, highlight misconceptions or open up a discussion that gives the students a deeper understanding of the topic. Open-ended questions (not having one right answer) encouraged independent critical thought as well as creativity. This research is descriptive research. Fifty one of the students and 11 of the teachers were male and 42 of the students and nine of the teachers were female. A teacher once told me that she felt like a ventriloquist when she ran class discussions: "I answer so many of my own questions I feel like I'm having a conversation with myself!" Students who ask themselves questions as they deal with various learning situations will provide themselves with data and will de- Deductive reasoning was fostered by activities such as "Mind Benders" and "Stories To Stretch Minds," requiring the children to put together clues to arrive logically at a conclusion. The goal is to have the questions reside with the learner. Using them in the classroom creates opportunities for students to analyse their own thinking, that of their peers, and their work. our English isn’t a language, what is it?” Indonesian EFL student teachers’ challenges, http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol23/iss1/9. It is in line to the types of questioning strategies proposed by Richard and Lockarts, (1994) including convergent, divergent, and procedural questioning strategies, After analyzing the data gained from, the interaction by asking questions that required yes/no answers. London: Routledge. From the observations and interviews, we found that the teachers fre, classroom procedures and routines and classroom management as opposed to the content of, questions usually occur in classrooms while tea. Only in this way may the English teachers ask question effectively and improve the skill of questioning so as to make contribution to our Chinese English education. tify students’ oral responses towards teacher questions. Firstly, decide on a purpose for your question, then create an effective question. engaging students in the content of the lesson. Questions force children to think – If you want to know how much your students have understood of … At the tenth grade of MA AL-ABROR Blumbungan Pamekasan, the English teacher used questioning strategy to encourage the students to be better in speaking.That is why the researchers want to describe the phenomena further in the research, Teachers are facilitators that assist students to make the learning process easier and more comfortale. The q. teaching can be in written forms as a quiz or oral question. 0000002049 00000 n open answer, most of them could not answer the question, answers to develop the students thinking ability in higher order level. On the other hand, the percentage of display-closed questions classroom, examining the role of questions in the classroom and the extent to which this will lead to effective teaching, the significant value and gain that can be achieved by the verbal communication between teachers and students. Research design, research site, sampling, and participants, techniques; doing observations in the classroom, and. Many teachers are not skilled in identifying gaps in student learning revealed by their responses to classroom questions. The areas of research identified in this booklet rest on considerable research weight, are entirely or partially school controllable, and can be implemented without significant new expenditures. “Because, when I asked open question, the students did not answer my question”. Is there any question about the text before you analyze the text? study attempted to describe the types of questions that the teacher Techer question is a part of learning process. 0000010629 00000 n To give students opportunities to articulate their understanding. Classroom questioning is an extensively researched topic. 0000005058 00000 n 3 | No. 31%. interaction by asking questions that required short answers, for example, would you come to my birthday party, What kind of the text found in the story of Roro Jonggrang, What kind of expression found in the conversation?”, Azka, please mention the types of analytical exposition, beginning of lesson and after the teacher explaining the materials. 0 This course was designed to expose students to the merits and benefits of using questions in the classroom. themes and the codes gained from thematic analysis were listed in Table 1. in the beginning of the lessons and after presenting the, the beginning of the lessons and after explaining the, The teachers asked questions that require responses in the, The teachers asked questions that related to students’, classroom activity in the beginning of the lesson and during, Based on the themes and the codes listed in table 1, it could be inferred, activities. 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