self-questioning


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self-questioning

(sĕlf′kwĕs′chə-nĭng)
n.
Scrutiny of one's own feelings, actions, and motivations.
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With regard to the learning strategies, statistically significant group differences were found in five out of ten (table 6): elaboration, organization, repetition, self-questioning, and study environment.
Self-questioning is an aid to metacognition, it can describe a process through which learners ask and answer questions while reading.
The idea was first applied to Coetzee's oeuvre by Derek Attridge and supports the singularity of the encounter with the literary piece as a transformative, self-questioning moment.
It has been an explosive year for Michael Kiwanuka, finally returning with a second record following four years of self-questioning and a loss of confidence in his craft.
As Land expresses, "this book speaks to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, but places an emphasis on exploring the kinds of self-questioning that non-Indigenous people are asked to perform" (p.
In my travels on the circuit, I have not found much of that kind self-questioning just yet.
Her lightness went hand in hand with her very serious thoughtful, questioning and self-questioning style.
A period of self-questioning will take place inside the party.
Understanding key reading strategies: predicting, activating prior knowledge, connecting, inferring, visualising, summarising, self-questioning and determining importance has given teachers a common language to talk to children about their 'reading thinking'.
It is apparent that teachers need to utilize highly structured reading comprehension strategies that incorporate specific prompts for teaching students self-questioning skills to improve their understanding of narrative and expository texts.
Just in time for the annual season of Jewish introspection, Jonathan Sacks, the former Chief Rabbi of the UK, has gotten the self-questioning ball rolling with a new whiteboard animation characteristically titled "Why I am a Jew.
Chapter three offers an initial characterization of Dasein's self-questioning search for meaning, and thereby for transformation from inauthenticity to authenticity; chapter four shows how an understanding of Dasein's being as care unfolds a particular conception of the world and our relations to everything within it, according to which we exist as thrown projection (always-already situated and transcending that situation).