WH Questions - Interrogative Practice for Expressive and Receptive Acquisition

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“WH” Dogs - Practice with Interrogatives (“WH” Questions)


“WH” Dogs - Practice with Interrogatives (“WH” Questions) contains materials for four “WH” Questions: Who, What, When, and Where. Students “Give the dog a bone” when they answer correctly. Student can also “Feed” the dogs. Each dog can easily be attached to any container.

Targets are presented in a "game" format to engage students. In total, I've included 10 different ways to administer ("play") this activity ("game"). You can see some of these ideas by referring to the product preview.

Students also can be taught "WH" questions through the use of the mini lesson/book that comes with “WH” Dogs - Practice with Interrogatives (“WH” Questions). Students interact with Franklyn, the dog, and the educator (you) by identifying images presented in each page.

“WH” Dogs - Practice with Interrogatives (“WH” Questions) includes 3 different tiers of support: Receptive Comprehension (answering the questions), Receptive/Expressive Comprehension & Identification (sorting), and Expressive use of “WH” Questions (asking).

Receptive Comprehension (answering the questions)
Each interrogative comes with 20 questions for a total of 80 questions within “WH” Dogs - Practice with Interrogatives (“WH” Questions). Questions are presented on dog bones. 10 questions appear on a white bone, and 10 questions appear on a colored bone. The colored bones align with the colors of each dog’s collar (as a subtle visual cue).
NOTE: This support has a “game” style format option.

Receptive/Expressive Comprehension & Identification (sorting)
Use of “WH” questions requires both a receptive understanding and an expressive identification. To support students learning these meanings and uses, a sorting task can reinforce and solidify their knowledge through application. Students should know or realize that “What” questions refer to things, “Who” questions refer to people, “When” questions refer to times or events, and “Where” questions refer to places. The sorting task in “WH” Dogs - Practice with Interrogatives (“WH” Questions) targets each "WH" reference.

On the back of each target card is a “Card Cover”. The covers are important because they clue students to the intended target presented in the picture (Card Cover 1: “What or Who” Card Cover 2: “When or Where”). For example: “When” is difficult to represent. If a student sees the picture of an umbrella, they could classify it as a “thing;” however, it’s intended to be an event for “When” (We use an umbrella WHEN it rains). This exposure helps students expand their vocabularies and comprehension. It teaches students to think beyond word meaning; students have to consider function as well.
NOTE: This support has a “game” style format option.

Expressive use of “WH” Questions (asking)
The final tier targets the explicit use of “WH” questions. Students ask one another questions by drawing a blank colored bone (Who = Purple, What = Orange, When = Blue, Where = Yellow). Not only are students asking questions, but they’re also answering their peers’ questions. Beyond asking/answering, they’re also forming sentences!
NOTE: This support has a “game” style format option.

“WH” Dogs - Practice with Interrogatives (“WH” Questions) also comes with data tracking sheets for all support levels. The data tracking sheets make data collection easy while administering this activity.

If you have any questions about this product or need any assistance, please do not hesitate to email me at 5minutespeechtherapy@gmail.com. I will typically respond to your email within 24 hours.

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