Deep-level question

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Deep-level question: This is a method of instruction wherein questions are added to instruction that is otherwsie able to function without them. The question draw links between mechanisms, components or processes. Comprehension monitoring questions, textbase questions, ... are not included.

Although deep-level questions often require studetns to type or otherwise express their answers Katz, some deep-level questions are rhetorical Craig in that students are not able enter answers.

When this independent variable is manipulated, the contrast is often with the original instruction that did not include the deep-level questions.