The questioning procedure makes the teacher aware of the understanding of the students. This helps the students to correct the mistakes and to make them understand the essence of the lesson better. (Academic feedback, n.d.,p 2). The activities of the students get monotonous if they are taught about the same lessons. Asking questions and assigning them activities will help to break the monotonous routine of the students. (Teaching tip 18: Pacing, n.d.). If the questions are scientific, they arouse a certain level of interest among the students. If the students get interested with their studies, they understand the subject better. The frequency of the right answers in questions also helps the teachers to make an estimate of student understanding. If the right answers form a high percentage it has to be inferred that the students have understood the subject. (Academic feedback, n.d, p 3).
Students should understand the lessons imparted by the teachers. It is essential for the teachers to insure learner understanding for providing the right feedbacks. It is essential; therefore, that the students should understand the subject before the teachers can gauge them. Thus, it is very important for teachers to probe for learner understanding before giving feedbacks. (Teaching tip 18: Pacing, n.d.)
Follow-up Questions are another important tool by which the progress of the students can be measured. The follow-up questions impart the need for reteaching the lessons, if any. If a scientific approach is used in follow-up questions, a correct feedback about the students can be garnered. A teacher asks the question to a student. If he fails to answer the question, the teacher will have to rephrase the question and provide him hints about the answer. If still, he is unable to answer, the teacher will have to make him understand the answer of the question. After finishing the teaching process, the teacher will