Teaching Kids to Ask Questions

Teaching Kids to Ask Questions

Ask and Answer Questions- Exploring ELA Common Core Standards- Activities and Lessons to teach elementary students to ask and answer questions

Questioning the Text Activity- Miniature Anchor Chart and Readers Ask Questions for Post It notes-FREEBIE

Questioning the Text Activity- Miniature Anchor Chart and Readers Ask Questions for Post It notes-FREEBIE

Research-based Reading Comprehension Strategies Posters (B& W or color), Graphic Organizers & Activities.  Support students in visualizing, making inferences, determining importance, using background knowledge, synthesizing information, asking questions, and monitoring comprehension.  Perfect for reading all fiction and nonfiction texts!

ELA & Reading Comprehension Strategies Posters, Graphic Organizers & Activities

Your students have awoken on an deserted island. How are they going to survive? Food, shelter, water, who knows?  This project based learning activity asks students to problem solve and world-build, unlike anything they've done before.  It brings together

Project Based Learning Activity: Island Survival (PBL)

Your students have awoken on an deserted island. How are they going to survive? Food, shelter, water, who knows? This project based learning activity asks students to problem solve and world-build, unlike anything they've done before. It brings together

Okay, I have a new favorite reading lesson-- my asking questions lesson!  When I got a chance to work with Scholastic last spring, they gave us a bag of swag that any teacher would love, and it includ

The Perfect Book to Teach Asking Questions! (Luckeyfrog's Lilypad)

Okay, I have a new favorite reading lesson-- my asking questions lesson! When I got a chance to work with Scholastic last spring, they gave us a bag of swag that any teacher would love, and it includ

Asking Questions Anchor Chart. This shows students the times when asking questions are appropriate in reading. Students should be aware that they can ask questions at any point in reading: before, during, and after.

I like this resource because it gave some simple and clear suggestions on how readers ask questions. These tips would help to guide both advanced and struggling readers in learning to ask questions about reading in order to increase comprehension.

What do you do when students constantly interrupt and ask questions? Do you have…

Teaching the "Right" Time to Ask a Question!

What do you do when students constantly interrupt and ask questions? Do you have a strategy in place? Here is how I'm managing this issue-- plus a freebie to help you get started!

This is a great resource to use during lessons on teaching students to ask questions while reading. It gives students a visual of all the question words, as well as space to jot down some questions they have before, during, and after reading.

This is a great resource to use during lessons on teaching students to ask questions while reading. It gives students a visual of all the question words, as well as space to jot down some questions they have before, during, and after reading.

This item uses rhyme and repetition with coordinating characters to engage young students and help them learn how to ask questions about text.  "Teaching Young Children How to Ask Questions"  {A Common Core Standard}  43 pages, $  #questioning

Teaching Young Children How to Ask Questions {A Common Core Standard}

This is a great anchor chart for teaching questioning skills to your kindergarten, first grade, or second grade students!

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Generating Questions Lesson: Create anchor chart, discuss how asking questions while reading keeps us engaged in the story and betters our comprehension. Next, we take a quick picture walk through a big book st

Thoughtful readers ask questions

Life in Fifth Grade: Classroom Makeover: This is a great source of decorating ideas and wonderful anchor charts!

Why? A read aloud to help promote questioning and wondering.

This is a wonderful book to promote questioning and wondering in young children. This could be a great read aloud for all grade levels to help foster natural inquiry in the science classroom.

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