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    Brief Essay Questions - According to our text . . . 1.) Describe the difference between quick questions and deep-thinking questions. From a children 's book of your choice, give an example of each. Remember to include the title of the book you chose. (15 points) Quick questions and deep-thinking questions differ in many ways. Quick questions are questions that have a correct answer and once that answer is found thinking stops. These questions are asked to find a specific answer, while deep-thinking

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    asking a question. Open ended questions where we are wanting many details from the person or closed ended questions where we simply just need a yes or a no answer. Funnel questions are where we need to weed out and focus on finding the exact information we are looking for. We need to Probe the person and really think about what we are asking for in hopes of getting a specific answer. There are also rhetorical questions where we don’t really need an answer at all. When asking a personal question it is

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    THESIS PROPSAL Title: QUESTIONS IN IMPLICIT CONFLIKT TALK Candidate: AYMEN ADIL MAHMOOD Supervisor: Prof. Yang Wenxiu Major: Linguistic and Applied Linguistic Date: 2014 1. Introduction The term conflict has been used in different ways, or with different forms (e.g. racial, ethnic, religious, political, marital, personal, etc.),or at different levels (e.g. within the individual, between individuals, between groups, between organizations, between nations, etc.) and in different contexts

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    Necessary Questions

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    It Ask All of the Necessary Questions to Determine What the Client’s Presenting Problem is? The intake that was chosen for the purposes of this assignment refers to the therapeutic treatment of children. The intake form provided is from a therapist located in Texas that specializes in play therapy with children and adolescents. Regarding the acquisition of information in order to determine the presenting problem of the child, there was a sufficient amount of questions that allowed for a greater overview

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    hint = $5). The question card 's answers are based on either what have already been learned on previous spaces/puzzles, given in multiple choices form, fill in the blank(s) form or true or false form. At the last challenge, if a player got 1 part incorrect, they must wait for their next turn to try again. Question Cards   · Question: Name 2 technologies that were used/brought during the European Explorer 's exploration. Ma_ & C_m_ass Answer: Map & Compass · Question: The European

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    Socrates Questions

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    only way to achieve the truth is by asking the simple yet impossible questions. Socrates would start by asking a simple question to a person like “what is virtue?” and as he gets an answer from the person he would ask a question about the given answer until the person being asked finds he/she didn't know the answer to what seemed such an simple question. This brought much dislike to many people of his time, as asked questions that people thought they knew the answer too they would start to think

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    The Inquiry Question

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    2.1 The Inquiry Question What is your inquiry question and how does it relate to the improved learning of your students? My question for Inquiry is: How can I differentiate Mathematics in order to support and extend students?’ By differentiating the numeracy program, all students’ needs will be targeted by exposing students to outcomes and activities, which are achievable and challenging for students. The focus learning area for each lesson and group of learners will be tailored to suit the individual

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    Scaling Question

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    Young’s (p.320) suggestion of the scaling question has been very helpful. I used it to help understand Evelyn’s test of faith. Her answer informed me how intense her experience was. I have not used this method in my spiritual direction up till now and I see how in the past, I left unexplored the relative intensity of someone’s experience and feelings. I have had opportunities to use it several times over the past weeks. I have talked to several people over the phone to see how they are doing

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    order to create essential questions one must be prepared to work because in order to create an essential question you have to make it so that people have to think more and they can argue with them, they need to arise further questions, make sure that the disgussiion can be debated, point to new and big thoughts and may be able to reocurr in the future. To make sure that you make your questions essential you need to first start with a rough draft because essential questions do not normally just arise

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    pertinent questions that are necessary to fill in the needs of an organization. Fact of the matter is, structuring an effective and efficient interview process is not really basic, for it entails ethical, legal and moral considerations with each question asked. Since we would cover up ten questions in this elective, the two criteria’s that I am going to include as a ranking score would be a confidence rating scale in which to scale the level of confidence the way each candidate answers the question and

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