The importance of teacher questions in the classroom.

Owen Hargie

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    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationReadings on Language, Schools and Classrooms
    EditorsMichael Stubbs, Hilary Hillier
    Place of PublicationLondon
    Pages185-192
    Publication statusPublished - 1983

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    Hargie, O. (1983). The importance of teacher questions in the classroom. In M. Stubbs, & H. Hillier (Eds.), Readings on Language, Schools and Classrooms (pp. 185-192). London.
    Hargie, Owen. / The importance of teacher questions in the classroom. Readings on Language, Schools and Classrooms. editor / Michael Stubbs ; Hilary Hillier. London, 1983. pp. 185-192
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    Hargie, O 1983, The importance of teacher questions in the classroom. in M Stubbs & H Hillier (eds), Readings on Language, Schools and Classrooms. London, pp. 185-192.

    The importance of teacher questions in the classroom. / Hargie, Owen.

    Readings on Language, Schools and Classrooms. ed. / Michael Stubbs; Hilary Hillier. London, 1983. p. 185-192.

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    Hargie O. The importance of teacher questions in the classroom. In Stubbs M, Hillier H, editors, Readings on Language, Schools and Classrooms. London. 1983. p. 185-192