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Art of asking sensible questions

Sensible questioning requires THINKING..

THINKING TOOLS

Thinking Tool These are instrument that helps us in using our minds systematically and effectively. Use of thinking tools, arranges intended ideas more systematically, clearly, and make them easy to be understood.

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1. QUESTIONING

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2. CONCEPTS

3. MIND MAPS

1. QUESTIONING

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1. QUESTIONING

A person who asks questions is a person who thinks.- William Wilen

1. QUESTIONING Five Wshat? ho? here? hen? hy? hy?

and How?

Evaluation Synthesis HigherHigher-Level Thinking Analysis Application Interpretation LowerLower-level Thinking Knowledge

1.1 QUESTIONING Facts (Knowledge)Determine the basic information of a situation using 5 Ws and H

1.2 QUESTIONING Interpretation (Understanding)Select and organize facts and ideas, discovering the relationships between them.

1.3 QUESTIONING Application (Use)Use knowledge or concepts learnt in one situation and apply them to other situations.

1.4 QUESTIONING Analysis (Use)Separate the entire process into parts and understand the relation of these parts to the whole.

Hmmm!

I think she likes me

I think she likes me because I am 1. Intelligent 2. Hardworking 3. Smart

1.5 QUESTIONING Synthesis (Combine)Combine ideas and come to a conclusion.

1.6 QUESTIONING Evaluate (Judge)Make informed judgments and decisions by determining the reliability of things.

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2. CONCEPTS

Words are theA

vocabulary of language

2.CONCEPTS

Concepts are thevocabulary of thought.

2. CONCEPTSGeneral ideas that we use to identify and organize our experience. A

2. CONCEPTSStructure of Concepts.Sign Reference PropertiesName of the concept Examples of the concept Qualities of the concept

2. CONCEPTS (Automobile)Sign

Reference

Properties

2. CONCEPTSFORMING APPLYING DEFINING A .

2. CONCEPTSFORMING an Iterative process comprising Generalizing - Focusing on the commonproperties shared byA a group of things. things. Interpreting - Finding examples of the concept.

2. CONCEPTSFORMING an Iterative process comprisingKnow the properties that form the boundaries of the concept. A Ensure that the experience meets the properties or requirements.

2. CONCEPTSAPPLYING determining exactly what therequirements of the concept are When we are able to identify all of the requirements of the concept, then these requirements are both necessary and sufficient for applying the concept.

2. CONCEPTSHow do you classify the concept of BEAUTY?

2. CONCEPTSDEFINING meansIdentifying the general qualities of the concept, which determine when it can be correctly applied. Using appropriate examples to demonstrate actual applications of the concept. That is, examples that embody the general qualities of the concept.

2. CONCEPTSHow would you define the word car? What are the properties of a car?

3. MIND MAPSDefined as a visual presentation of the ways in which concepts can be related to one another.

3. MIND MAPSIt Helps You Save time as it uses only keywords (or concepts). Understand better Increase your ability to remember by utilizing the seven principles of Super Memory: Visualization Association Making Things Outstanding Imagination Color Rhythm Holism

3. MIND MAPSMind maps are useful for: Note taking (listening) Oral presentation (speaking) Writing Writin

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