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"WH" Question Prompts Set 1 | High Color Version

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Is your school moving to Distance Learning/Remote Teaching? If so, this resource may be helpful to you. And to help you teach remotely, you may use this resource by sharing it digitally with your students via a screen share or by sending the resource directly to your students via email. This is a modification of my regular terms of use. It will remain during the school closures. I hope it is helpful to you during this challenging time.

To use this resource for Distance Learning/Remote Teaching: Students can review the slides you share with them via screen share, and discuss the information verbally. Students can also participate by printing the material at home, and doing it there. When completed students can upload a picture of their work to your email, google classroom or to their own computer to be screen shared via a platform such as ZOOM.

Asking others questions demonstrates interest and perspective taking. Responding to questions asked is equally important for the same reasons. 

These skills often require direct instruction for children with special needs (autism, ADHD, language delays) as well as ELL students. 

These "WH" Question Prompts will provide students with a fun and interactive way to practice ASKING QUESTIONSand RESPONDING to questions. 

This resource provides you with 4 LEVELS of question prompts, allowing you to use this product with students of different levels and move to a more complex level as students progress.



What's Included

Included Please Find: 62 Pages

High Color Prompts

Level 1 Directions

Level 1 Prompts (10 pages)

Level 2 Directions

Level 2 Prompts (10 pages)

Level 3 Directions

Level 3 Prompts (10 pages)

Level 4 Directions

Level 4 Prompts (10 pages)

Homework Directions

Homework Prompts: Black and White (10 pages)

Resource Tags

Wh QuestionsSpeech and LanguageAnswering QuestionsRespondingSpecial Education

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