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When we ask questions in lessons we don't always just want students to respond with facts and information - sometimes we want to know more about how they are feeling and thinking.
We can achieve this by asking AFFECTIVE QUESTIONS.
I would encourage you to add affective questions to your questioning repertoire.
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