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PostSubject: Classroom Language: Posing and eliciting questions    2nd December 2015, 10:11 pm

Posing questions
Now I’d like to open it up for questions / take some questions
Do you have any questions?
Who would like to say/ask something?
Could you say a little more about that?
Can you elaborate on that?
Do you agree?
What do you think?
How do you feel (about)...?
What comparisons can you make between?
What is the point made by the author of this article?
How would you summarize this theory?
Do you have any thoughts on this subject?What do you think about this?
Do you agree that...?
How does this compare with X’s theory about...?
What’s the point of this experiment/article?
Would someone like to add to what X just said?
Can someone else help to correct this answer?
Part of what you said is correct, but not all of it.
Please hold any questions until later / at the end I’ll come back to/Let me come back to that question in a few minutes / later / at the end
I will examine/take up/come back to that question/ issue in a few minutes / later / at the end
Eliciting and handling questions
Don’t hesitate to ask a question. / Feel free to ask any question.
OK. What questions do you have?
Is there anything you want me to repeat?
Are there any questions about Topic 6?
Were there any questions from yesterday’s readings that we should go over today?
What are some key points from yesterday’s articles?
What’s the theme [main message/ main idea/ point] of Section 4?
How did you come up with this answer?
Going back to the issue of business ethics, what can we learn from this?

Responding to correct answers or good questions
You’ve got it
Good thinking
That’s correct
Yes, indeed
X has raised an interesting point

Responding to poor answers or questions
Good guess, but...
That’s an interesting idea, but...
Nice try, but not quite right
You’re close, but...
She is asking whether...
He thinks that...
Can you try again?
Good point, but...
Interesting question, but...

Closing a discussion
I’ll summarize by saying
Are there any final questions?

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