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catheyt
types of questions
Sat May 30, 2015 20:22
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The types of questions used to assess comprehension is absolutely important. Asking questions that are different higher order thinking is a good way to assess the depth of a students understanding. But inference and opinion based questions would be the types that these ASD students struggle with.

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    • types of questions - catheyt, Sat May 30 20:22
      • Types of questions - brawleyeo, Sat May 30 20:52
        I agree. What other ways could you assess comprehension without focusing so much on those higher order questions, so they would they're better able to answer them in the future?
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      I hadn't thought of how this would also affect children with dyslexia. I like your idea of using thought provoking questions that wouldn't allow students to just copy answers from the text. I have... more
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