What is a tag question?
What is a tag question?
A tag question is a small question that is attached , or “tagged”, to the end of a sentence. Rather than repeat the main verb, a form of “be” or other auxiliary verb or modal is used in the tag.
What is an informative question?
Informative questions are used to ask about qualities, people, time, etc. They consist of who, what, where, when, why, which, and how, that are usually called WH-questions. Most WH-questions begin with; Question Word + Auxiliary + Subject + Verb. “What” is used in questions to ask about things or activities.
How do you answer an informative question?
Most WH-questions begin with a Question word + auxiliary + Subject + Verb.
- A. Who. ‘Who’ is used in questions as the subject of the verb, usually the people.
- ‘What’ is used in questions to ask about things or activities. Examples: ·
- Other types of ‘what’ questions: 1) What kind of/type of.
What is a cloze question?
Embedded answers (Cloze) questions consist of a passage of text (in Moodle format) that can have various answers embedded within it, including multiple choice, short answers and numerical answers. This format utilizes specific key words and characters which Moodle then translates into the appropriate question.
How do you write an informative question?
Forming wh-questions We usually form wh-questions with wh- + an auxiliary verb (be, do or have) + subject + main verb or with wh- + a modal verb + subject + main verb: Be: When are you leaving? Who’s been paying the bills?
How do I ask a specific question?
Ten Tips for Asking Good Questions
- Plan your questions.
- Know your purpose.
- Open conversation.
- Speak your listener’s language.
- Use neutral wording.
- Follow general questions with specific ones.
- Focus your questions so they ask one thing at a time.
- Ask only essential questions.
What is a hot question?
You ask participants to submit questions, or responses to a prompt, for example a recorded lecture, a topical issue, readings, revision class etc. The more votes, the hotter the question and the higher up the list it will appear.
What is Bloom’s level?
Bloom’s taxonomy is a set of three hierarchical models used to classify educational learning objectives into levels of complexity and specificity….New and improved.
|Original Bloom’s Taxonomy from 1956||Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy in 2001|