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Begin your questions with: what would happen if...; how could you compare_ to _?; Why do you think...?;What other ways could you...?; how is_ related to __?; Which is best? why?; What choice would you have made? why? Let your students know that you are looking for their thinking and reasoning, not necessarily a correct answer; this may help them to open up more and take risks when answering questions.
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