Grade 1 Speaking / Listening - Asking Questions
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Grade 1 Speaking / Listening - Asking Questions

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During challenging texts, first graders can be confused about what they are reading. Even if the students follow certain reading techniques and strategies, they can still have trouble understanding the events in the story. Students need to be encouraged to ask questions when they are confused. Students need to know how to ask questions about what they read. In this quiz, the students are presented with a topic and they choose the question that could be posed about the topic.

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1.
The topic is lakes.
Which question is about the topic?
What is an ocean?
Where do boys and girls picnic?
What is a sea?
How are lakes unlike seas?
Students may have trouble understanding the differences between certain bodies of water, so this may be a question they may have about lakes.
2.
The topic is planets.
Which question is about the topic?
What do moons do?
Why does the Earth tilt?
Why are there stars in the sky?
What are stars made of?
This is a good question about the topic because it is about a planet.
3.
The topic is toys.
Which question is about the topic?
How do you drive a car?
Why do people write books?
Where do blocks come from?
How much money is a dime?
Blocks are toys and this pertains to the topic.
4.
The topic is corn.
Which question is about the topic?
What is an acorn?
Is corn sweet?
How do you make bread?
How small are peas?
This question pertains to the topic of corn.
5.
The topic is boats.
Which question is about the topic?
What happens if you sink in the ocean?
What animals swim in the ocean?
How much sand is on a beach?
How high does a plane fly?
This question relates to the topic of boats since boats can sink in the ocean.
6.
Look at the picture.
What question is about the picture?
Where are your lungs?
How do you hear?
How fast does your hair grow?
What do you use for a runny nose?
This question pertains to the picture of a nose. This would also be a question a child may ask about noses.
7.
Look at the picture.
What question is about the picture?
Is the water deep?
How do the rocks get smooth?
How long is the river?
What is a brick made of?
The picture shows smooth rocks with water running over it. This would be a question that a child may have.
8.
Look at the picture.
What question is about the picture?
Did she break the plate?
How do you cut meat?
What is a fork used for?
What is in the bowl?
Since this is a picture of a bowl, a good question would pertain to what is in the bowl.
9.
Look at the picture.
What question is about the picture?
Where do you put down hay?
What do pigs eat?
How does a farm work?
Which animal barks?
This picture shows the pigs eating so this would be a good question about the picture.
10.
Look at the picture.
What question is about the picture?
Do girls play with dolls?
Who likes to paint?
Do you like cats?
What are the kids playing?
Since this is a picture of kids playing a game, this question would be a good question to ask.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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