Many people nowadays would want to get the answers without asking the right questions.
That is why I decided to conduct a homeroom session about asking questions. I instructed my advisory class to write down the ten profound questions that they had in mind.
After consolidating all the questions, I picked one paper at a time. I selected one unique question from each paper and called a person from the class to answer.
It was fun since the questions varied from the most serious ones to the silliest ones. The fun was even intensified the way students respond to the questions. Some took the questions seriously, and the entire class experienced “hugot” moments.
The room became so noisy because of thunderous laughter. It made my day.