Restating the Question: An Introduction through Oral Language

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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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Common Core Standards
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Restating the Question: An Introduction through Oral Language


Restating the Question is a difficult skill for many students. I begin teaching it, and requiring it, right at the beginning of the year in my third grade class. Introducing the skill through Oral Language is a great way to bridge the gap for students. This unit is designed to be used during the first couple weeks of school as part of your getting to know you activities. There are a variety of acronyms that help: PQA, TTQA, RACE, and RAPS are the most common.

There are 128 question cards provided. The cards can be used in partners, small groups, or as a whole class. Printables are provided for interviews between students as well as independent practice. A variety of writing lines are provided so that it can be differentiated between grades and academic levels.

This is also a great resource for ESL/ELD students. It helps them build syntax understanding as well as conversational skills.

For other resources to practice this skill check out:
Open Ended Passages and Questions for 1st Grade
Open Ended Passages and Questions for 2nd Grade
Restate the Question: Acronym Strategy Posters {freebie}
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24
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N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week

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Restating the Question: An Introduction through Oral Language
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Restating the Question: An Introduction through Oral Language
Restating the Question: An Introduction through Oral Language