Part of a series of lessons for helping students learn to answer and ask WH- questions. This packet teaches the student to listen/look for key words in a question that indicates it is asking about a person or people. Everything is fully editable. Many of the activities could be used for homework, centers, or copied/pasted into your interactive whiteboard programs, eliminating the need to print, and making it perfect for larger groups as well.
What is included:
. Introductory lesson on the concept of Who questions asking about people (could be separated into smaller lessons over a period of time)
. Vocabulary for family members, pronouns, occupational titles, and more
. Multiple examples with visual aids
. Matching activities to match question to appropriate answer
. Lesson on animals as WHO words in stories
. Identification task to find the key words in a sentence
. Critical thinking activity to determine if answer given is appropriate for the question
. Question formulation game that reinforces turn-taking
. Answer keys
. Suggested Extension Activities with resources.
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