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As well as providing answers to specific questions students are interested in, you can use your answers to cover the material you want to cover, drawing in issues and topics students’ questions have not directly touched on. Variations ◆ For a shorter starter or plenary, ask students to write down one question they would like to ask a chosen figure they have been studying. You can run feedback immediately, using students’ questions to assess how well they have understood the significance of the chosen figure, or you can ask students to try and find out the answer to their question for homework.
They are coded according to the ‘snooker ball’ they are worth. Ask each team a question in turn, selecting a ‘colour’ at random, or letting them choose the colour they want to take a shot at: Red ball questions – one point: • What do Christians celebrate at Christmas? • What is the proper name of the Hindu festival of lights? • Why do Christians eat Easter eggs at Easter? • What word, beginning with F, is another name for a celebration of a special occasion? • What do Jewish people ask of God on the solemn day of Yom Kippur?
Pick a card Produce two stacks of cards numbered 1 to 30 (or 1 to x, where x is the number of students in your class). Distribute a card to each student. Shuffle the second pack and then turn over the first card. Find out which student has the same number. Ask that student a question. Repeat, shuffling the pack in between so that a student can get asked a question more than once. This can be done with playing cards, but you need to remove surplus cards (perhaps take out one or more suits). 18 SECTION 2: QUESTIONING Example Subject: English language • Level: Key Stage 4 • Topic: Reading nonfiction texts Distribute a short non-fiction text to students who are familiar with analysing such texts.
Classroom starters and plenaries: creative ideas for use across the curriculum by Kate Brown
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