Unformatted text preview: Limit Closed Questions: Closed questions usually ask for facts and children respond to them with just a word or two. They do not lead to further conversation. Closed questions have a right or wrong answer and may make children feel as if they are being quizzed. These are often who what, when, where , and sometimes even why questions. Use Open-ended Questions: Qquestions that stimulate thinking and problem solving and have a wide variety of possible answers. "I wonder … " "What do you suppose . ." "How come … " Indirect Correction: When a child says a word or a sound incorrectly, include her words in the next sentence (expansion). She can hear the correct sounds or words without drawing attention to the error....
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- Fall '11
- language stimulation technique