Questioning – learning behaviour

RIC questions

R – What colour is the flower?

R – What question does the character ask about the light bulb?

I – What does curious mean?

I – Why do questions make us think?

C- Why did the producer of this clip choose to not have a speaker?

C – Why did the producer chosen to put the questions in speech bubbles? What affect does this have?

17 thoughts on “Questioning – learning behaviour

  1. R-The colour of the flower is purple.
    R-Who invented light bulbs?
    I-To know or learn something.
    I-Maybe because you get to learn more.
    C-I predict it’s because the person might not understand the language.
    C-They’ve used it because someone is saying something.
    The effect is that the person can read it easier.

  2. R-The colour of the flower is purple.
    R-Who invented light bulbs?
    I-To know or learn something.
    I-Maybe because you get to learn more.
    C-I predict it’s because the person might not understand the language.
    C-They’ve used it because someone is saying something.
    The effect is that the person can read It.

  3. 1) The colour is purple.
    2)Who invented a light bulb?
    3) Curious means when you are interested.
    4) Questions make us think because they can be hard.
    5) So you can ask questions.
    6) So it can stand out and be bold.

  4. 1) The flower is the colour purple. R
    2) Who invented the light bulb? R
    3) Curious means interested.
    4) Because they are interesting and we want to know. I
    5) Because children need to learn.
    6) So people know who is speaking. C

  5. Questioning – learning behaviour
    RIC questions

    R – What colour is the flower? The flower was purple.

    R – What question does the character ask about the light bulb? How it works.

    I – What does curious mean? Wanting to know or learn something that you didn’t know before.

    I – Why do questions make us think? It depends on the difficulty of the question. If it is an easy question, thinking will not be much of a challenge but in hard questions, thinking may be difficult.

    C- Why did the producer of this clip choose to not have a speaker? Nobody may have wanted to speak or so that you can think of your own voice for it.

    C – Why did the producer chosen to put the questions in speech bubbles? What affect does this have? It makes it look like it is from a cartoon and also you would not know what the person is saying.

    I hope that everyone is having a great day!

  6. The colour of the flower is a dark purple.The question is: who invented the light bulb? Curious means you’ wonder how things are created. Questions make us think since you can think about the answer. The producer of it added no speaker so we can focus on the questions. The affect of the speech bubbles are we can focus on the the words and to make it fun

  7. R- the colour of the flower is purple
    R-who invented the light bulb
    I-eager to learn something
    I- sometimes you want to challenge your self

  8. R flower colour purple and yellow
    R what question does the character ask about the light bulb who invented the light bulb
    I what does curios mean being curios helps me learn more
    I why do question make me think more to make it a challenge
    C why did theproductur of the clips chose to not have a speaker

  9. R-purple
    R-who invented the light bulb?
    I-curious means that you want to learn more.
    I-makes you think more and it makes your work better.
    c-because if they had a speaker the students would focus on the voice and not the questions.
    c-it makes you concentrate.

  10. 1) The colour of the flower is pink.
    2) He asked : Who invented the light bulb?
    3) Eager to know or learn something.
    4) Questions make you more focused and make you learn more things.
    5) To pretend this is your brain.
    6) He / she wants you to read and take more interest. Make it concentrating.

  11. With petals of purple Galaxy and touches of gloomy yellow,the flower erupts with a astonishing stench.

    Unusually,the character asked “who invented the light bulbs.”

    Curious helps the charge tear learn more and think more and more.

    Questions help you think since you have to answer your own questions.

    He has not used a speaker to make it more exciting since you can’t tell by their
    voice.

    The creator has used speech bubbles to make it a bit like a real cartoon.

  12. R-The flower colour is purple and yellow. R-The character says”Who invented the light bulb?” I-Curious means wanting to find out. I-

  13. R.1purple
    R.2who created the light bulb
    I.1curios means like say someone says hmm I wonder what that is and then they are curios of what it is
    I.2it makes you have a bigger challenge

  14. R1 The flower is purple.
    R2 Who invented the lightbulb.
    I1 Curious means interested in a certain thing.
    I2 You want to know so you have to focus.
    C1 So you understand it more and it goes into your head better.
    C2 He’s chosen to do it so you think more.

  15. R-The flower is purple,yellow and green.
    R-Who invented the light bulb?
    I-Eager to know or learn something.
    I-Because I can challenge my self.
    C-Because it’s about questioning.
    C-To show that he’s answering.

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