Penyoalan Guru: Pemangkin Pemikiran Aras Tinggi Murid
Supramani, S., (2006) Penyoalan Guru: Pemangkin Pemikiran Aras Tinggi Murid. Jurnal Pendidikan, 26 (Malay Language Version) . pp. 225-246. ISSN 01265261
University od Malaya. Faculty of Language and Linguistics
Questions are nothing new to teachers. They are most commonly used in everyday communications. Pedagogically, teachers have used questions ever since the first known formal education classes conducted by Socrates. Researchers have been asking questions about questioning ever since the first study carried out by Stevens (1912). Early work focused on describing the frequency, rate and type of question that teachers asked. Recent researches are focusing on the effect of questions on students’ achievement, attitude or rates of participation. This article examines the cognitive levels of questions asked by the Year Five teachers and cognitive levels of responses elicited from the pupils during reading and comprehension lessons. It investigates the relationship between the cognitive levels of teachers‘ questions and pupils‘ responses. The findings show a significant relationship between teachers’ questions and pupils’ responses. Asking higher-order questions elicit higher-order responses and lower-order questions elicit lower-order responses.
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