Understanding and answering 'WH' questions can be difficult for lots of children. Be able to quickly assess if students need support in this area can be critical in saving you time and getting them support faster. This quick screener allows you to quickly and efficiently assess if a student has difficulty with 'WH' questions by using REAL PICTURES related to the 'WH' questions! You can put all the cards on a loop for easy traveling :)
- Recording form
- Progress Monitoring form
- 10 'WH' question cards. Each card has 4 'WH' questions that relate the REAL PICTURE image on the card. That is a total of 40 'WH' questions!
HOW TO USE:
-To administer the screening, show the student each card in order. Read the ‘WH’-questions on each card to the student. Mark his/her response for each question type on the record form by the corresponding number.
- You can total the number of questions correct for each card and write it in the card ‘total’ box under each questions number on the record form.
- After you have gone through all the cards and questions, write the overall total number of questions correct in the ‘total’ circle in the bottom, right-hand corner of the page. You can do this quickly, by adding up the numbers from the card ‘total’ boxes.
- Questions appear in in the same order on the cards as they do on the recording form.
- You may notice that some of the questions on the cards ask ‘who’ is doing doming something and then other questions on the cards contain the job titles of those pictured in the images. The objective of the ‘who’ questions is not to have to student identify the person’s job, but to accurately state the person performing the action being asked in the question. This is to prevent a student being marked incorrectly due to lack of background knowledge on varies professions.