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Adults often use questions to explore what they want to know of others. Perhaps they come across as interrogators of personal worlds rather than prompters of imaginations! A chuckle arose in the Pender's Grove staffroom recently when teachers passed around a Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman comic entitled Zits.

For some sharp ideas about what makes a lame question check out the cartoons at  http://zitscomics.com/comics/october-31-2012/.

Do students really think this way about adult questions at home and at school?
Tazz
24/11/2012 16:15:21

well, most of the time adults ask the same questions like: how was school today, how old are you now, what did you learn at school. What I dont get is why they are not very creative with there questions.Mabey they should just stop and think.

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