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Questioning Techniques. Students Don’t Respond to Discussion Because . . . Past experience has conditioned them not to respond. There is a lack of interest in the topic. They are poorly prepared for the lesson. The teacher is poorly prepared for the lesson. Questioning Techniques.

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Students don t respond to discussion because

Questioning Techniques

Students Don’t Respond to Discussion Because . . .

  • Past experience has conditioned them not to respond.

  • There is a lack of interest in the topic.

  • They are poorly prepared for the lesson.

  • The teacher is poorly prepared for the lesson.


Students don t respond to discussion because

Questioning Techniques

Avoid yes/no questions.

A. Did God approve of Rahab’s lie?

B. How does Rahab’s lie relate to God’s command that we should always be truthful?


Students don t respond to discussion because

Avoid yes/no questions.

Questioning Techniques

A. How many commandments did Moses receive on Sinai?

B. Why were ten commandments necessary on Sinai when Jesus listed only two?

Go beyond recall questions.


Students don t respond to discussion because

Questioning Techniques

Avoid yes/no questions.

Go beyond recall questions.

A. How was Eve’s temptation in Eden different from Adam’s?

B. Why did Satan choose to appear as a serpent to tempt Eve?

Ask “how” and “why” questions.


Students don t respond to discussion because

Use life application questions.

Questioning Techniques

Avoid yes/no questions.

Go beyond recall questions.

A. When was the last time you acted like Jonah in refusing God’s assignment?

B. What would be a modern-day equivalent of Jonah’s being swallowed by a whale?

Ask “how” and “why” questions.


Students don t respond to discussion because

Questioning Techniques

“Let [teachers] lay plans to make a practical application of the lesson.”(Counsels on Sabbath School Work, pp. 113, 114)

Avoid yes/no questions.

Go beyond recall questions.

Ask “how” and “why” questions.

Use life application questions.


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