How do you generate questions for your students that address a variety of levels and capabilities of
mathematical thinking in a whole class situation?
Provide two examples of such questions for a stated
Generating good questions for students is a crucial part of creating effecting learning opportunities.
This is key in keeping students engaged and motivated in lessons. Asking more effective questions and
employing questioning techniques will help teachers prompt deeper answers and engage students in a
wider range of critical thinking tasks (Finley, T., 2017). Incorporating open-ended questions can help to
provide students a direction for their thinking and focus them on a particular strategy. These types of
questions can be used to guide students through discussion and investigations while activating their
mathematical thinking, and can provide teachers important information about their students
knowledge and strategies (Way, J., 2011). For instance, a good question to spark students