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Classroom Discussion and Questioning: Some Patterns and In-Service Effects

Clive McGee

Most teachers are probably just as curious about what goes on in other classrooms as they are about what goes on in their own. But generally we do not get much opportunity to observe our colleagues at work teaching lessons. Do other teachers have similar teaching approaches and problems and do they have ideas that might be picked up and learnt from? Take class discussions for example: discussions involving teacher and pupils form a very important part of the teaching- learning process.

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