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Unformatted text preview: 228 Chapter 6 The Use of Questioning EXERCISE 6.S PRACTICE IN RAISING QUESTIONS TO HIGHER LEVELS INSTRUCTIONS: The purpose of this exercise is to further develop your skill in raising questions from one level to the next higher level. Complete the blank lines with questions at the appropriate levels (for the last series, create your own recall question and then vary it for the higher levels). Share and discuss your responses with your classmates. Recall Level Processing Level Application Level 1. How many of you read a newspaper today? 1. Why did you read a newspaper today? 1. What do you think would happen if nobody ever read a newspaper again? 2. What was today's newspaper headline? 2. Why was that important enough to be a headline? 2. What news items do you think will be in tomorrow's paper? 3. Who is the vice-president of the United States today? 3. How does the work done by this vice-president compare with that done by the previous vice-president?...
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