A good use of a question is to collect information

Required by a questioner or listeners or audience

A question helps to shed more light on unclear subject matter

It clarifies a difficult concept in learning

A student who asks a reasonable question

 Is really interested in their lessons

And this enables a teacher to explain more

And allows him/her to touch other important aspects students need to know

Apart from the questioner, it allows their classmates to learn more as well

Teachers do mention other useful things which may not relate to the subject matter

While answering questions

Therefore, a question could turn to another subtopic

That broadens learners’ knowledge

A question can unfold hidden facts

Don’t hesitate to ask reasonable questions

And don’t intentionally ask a question that will

Confuse other pupils in the classroom

Or a question that can make resentment arise

Avoid asking questions with a bad intention of

Testing the ability or level of understanding of your teacher/tutor

Or with an aim of finding fault in them

Mute learners are dullards

Absent-minded students can’t ask useful questions

Since reasonable questions are asked

Only if a questioner concentrates

Posing a question in a gathering should be to clarify things

Not to complicate issues

Don’t feel shy to ask helpful questions because of mockers

Never repeat a question which had been properly answered

As this clearly shows that you’re absent-minded

Never tell a teacher you understand their lesson properly if you don’t

In other words, don’t say yes when you really mean to say no

NOTE: I need Traditional Publisher/Press/magazines to publish my eclectic poetry collection.


For my Books/works visit :

Rasheed Olayemi

Rasheed Olayemi was born in Lagos, Nigeria into the family of a business magnate, late Alhaj Chief Mustapha Temitope Lasisi. He is a teacher. He has taught in private schools in Abeokuta and Lagos for over a decade as well as manifold extramural classes. He has a great deal of experience in teaching. He is also an author. He writes poetry, prose, and dramas. Olayemi is the author of Poetry for the Rightful Thinkers published by Trafford Publishing, Bloomington, IN, USA. The book won The Gold Seal Of Literary Excellence Award after a meaningful review by The US Review of Books in 2014. He is also the author of Poetry On Moral Values published by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, Houston, Texas, USA. Some of the short stories he authored were The Regrets of Omotolu & The Illegitimate King published by Smashwords & Amazon, MATOWO (a Yoruba language short stories) published by Evans (Brothers) Publishers, Nigeria. In July 2013 he attended the International Education And Resource Network (IEARN) Conference held in Doha, Qatar. He had worked in Dubai, UAE for a few years.

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