Asking Bigger and Better Questions
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When you want to learn a little, ask a little question. When you want to learn a lot, ask a big one. Watch this video to learn how to shift from little questions to big ones.
Your Turn Think about a topic you are studying. Then write one question about the topic for each starting word below:
- Do . . .
- Is . . .
- Who . . .
- What . . .
- Where . . .
- When . . .
- Why . . .
- How . . .
- Should . . .
- Would . . .
Answer as many of your questions as you can. Which questions require the biggest answers?
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