The art of asking the right questions

*Please copy and paste the following questions to Google Document and share the document with your student. It will be instantly synced while you enter your student’s answers or corrections.

  1. Innovation and breakthroughs often come from a great question. Why do you think great questions are the root of innovation?
  2. Have you experienced seeing familiar things differently through questions or hearing different perspectives? Please provide an example.
  3. Do you consider yourself a curious person?
  4. Do you think asking questions is encouraged in your education system?
  5. Have you ever asked questions that led to someone else taking action?
  6. Questioning is a survival skill to deal with change and uncertainty, especially in times of dynamic change. What kinds of questions should you ask? How do you know if you’re throwing the right questions?
  7. Are you afraid of asking dumb questions? Do you tend to avoid looking absurd by not asking questions?
  8. How often do you spend pondering and journaling on your questions?
  9. How can you encourage a culture of asking more ‘dumb questions’ in your society and community?
  10. Please list the key points from the article, to summarize the story.
  11. Can you list the new vocabulary you learned from this article? What are the definitions of the vocabulary in this context? Can you make your own sentence with the words?