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Answering questions

Lynn K Flahive

Answering questions

by Lynn K Flahive

  • 62 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by LinguiSystems .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children"s questions and answers,
  • Questioning,
  • Questions and answers

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10900983M
    ISBN 100760603812
    ISBN 109780760603819
    OCLC/WorldCa48798286

      Students will use cut-and-paste story sequences and activities to answer wh- questions, developing narrative language, problem solving, predicting, drawing inferences, and constructing and telling their own stories. pages. Grades PreK Ages Book available on CD-ROM. A book that sparkles is fun to read, breaks new ground, communicates in memorable ways, uses images effectively, is accessible to a broad audience, and influences a significant readership to change their assumptions, beliefs, or ways of thinking.

    Start simple. First, work on answering simple “what”, “what doing”, “where”, and “who” questions using familiar items and visuals. You can also start by giving the student a choice of answers. “What” Example – Use a simple Bingo game with objects. Pull the . This interactive book will help teach your students how to answer WH questions. Your students will learn that "who" means a person, "where" means a place, and "what" means a thing. They will be practicing this skill with simple pictures, practicing everything in the 4/5(K).

    The preface, acknowledgements, bibliography and index is generally helpful in answering these questions. Do not overlook facts about the author’s background and the circumstances in which the book was created and published. Also, think about asking: Does the author state an explicit thesis or a theme? What are the theoretical assumptions? Are. Asking and Answering Questions in Fiction Text. Fiction - Short Passages Scaffolded 3 pages, each with a short fiction reading passage, to help students practice asking questions about text. The first page provides question sentence stems to helps students come up with questions to ask about the text. The second page provides answers, and.


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