Questioning Practices in A Social Studies Classroom: A Case Study from Pakistan

@inproceedings{Khan2012QuestioningPI,
  title={Questioning Practices in A Social Studies Classroom: A Case Study from Pakistan},
  author={Ali Fauzi Ahmad Khan and Aga Khan},
  year={2012}
}
This study explored the questioning practices in a lower-secondary co-education social studies classroom in a private school in Karachi. A qualitative method of data collection including observations, semistructured interviews and focus group discussions were used. The study found that the classroom questioning practice was revolving around the Initiation-Response-Feedback (IRF) pattern. Teacher’s questions dominated the classroom interaction. Teacher asked more questions than students… CONTINUE READING

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