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One of the hardest things to do is to get your EL learner(s) to speak up. It’s even harder to get them to think and speak freely to answer open-ended questions outside of “how are you?”
These task cards are aimed to help students answer in complete sentences by asking them questions that let them know that their imagination and desire to know more actually matters.
Most of these questions were published in an article by Erinne Magee on Parents.com. Check out the article, “63 Fun Questions to Get Your Kid Talking.”
How to use:
Encourage your learner(s) to use as many sensible words from the question as possible to be able to make full sentences.