How to Use Discussion Question Templates on ClassHook
ClassHook’s question templates help you create thought-provoking questions during in-class discussions. They also save you time and are a great way to continually challenge your students. Question Templates are categorized by grade level and skills in Webb’s Depth of Knowledge. This makes it easy to create an appropriate and rigorous question for your lesson.
First, find a clip that you’d like to use. Then click on the “Discuss” tab circled in the image below.
After clicking on the “Discuss” tab, you’ll see the following.
Scroll down to the Clip Questions section, and click on the “Question Bank” tab. You can set up your own templates or use one of ClassHook’s starter templates. Click on the “Starter Templates” tab.
Decide on a question to use, then click the “Use” button next to it.
Here, you can customize the question by filling in a blank. The blank will update in real time as you type. You may also choose to make your question public to all other educators or private so that only you can view it. Once you’ve finished customizing your question, click on “Add Question to Clip” to save your new question.
Your question will appear under the “Clip Questions” tab.
You can now use the question in a verbal discussion, or you can copy it to an LMS or another system that you use. Additionally, you can use it as a Pause Prompt by clicking the action menu (three dots) next to the question and selecting the “Use as Pause Prompt” option. See this article if you’re curious about Pause Prompts and how to use them.
And that’s it!