This is a comprehensive NO PREP, NO PRINT unit that addresses asking and answering WH questions. It helps guide students through the specific words used to ask questions and provides opportunities for guided practice with formulating complete questions. It progresses through the process of answering questions using one word, phrases, and complete detailed sentences. This is a great lesson to introduce to your students during whole group or small group instruction.
For students who have a difficult time forming complete sentences in response to questions, this unit also provides an opportunity to help them explore varying degrees of understanding based on the level of detail provided in their responses. This unit is full-color and displays nicely on interactive whiteboards for whole group instruction or computers, tablets, and speech teletherapy telepractice platforms for small group lessons.
Included in this unit are 70 full-color slides that focus on Who, What, Where, When, and Why questions. Each question word will be addressed individually with specific examples of the types of answers associated with each question. There are visual representations to provide additional cues as appropriate for your students. You will also receive game boards for continued reinforcement - one board has question words embedded and the other game board is blank for open-ended play.
If you like this unit, please take a look at my "Expanding Sentences", "Spring into Language", "Animated Vocabulary", "Same or Different", "More or Less", "Rhyme Time", and "Can You Describe That" lessons which are great accompaniments to continue teaching important foundation skills.
Spring into Language
Same or Different
More or Less
Under the Sea Rhyme Time
Can You DESCRIBE That?
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