You could do this exercise on your own or with some (up to 4) students. It is sort of brainstorming. Making questions is a great way to learn. Questions are great help to remember and understand. You will get better test results when you do use this exercise on your homework.
Start making questions
- write down as many questions on the subject as possible
- do not discuss, answer, or assess the questions, just write down
- write the questions in good language
- change statements to questions
Improve your questions if possible:
- mark each question as open or closed ending question
- what are the better questions, open or closed?
- change open in closed or reverse if necessary
Pick the best questions:
- pick the best questions
- why are these questions the best?
Use your questions
- How do you use your questions now?