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Grade 3 Speaking / Listening - Questions

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When a speaker shares his or her ideas with a group, there may be questions. Students may feel like the speaker needs to elaborate on the topic. In this case, the students may ask questions to the speaker. Sometimes, the speaker may ask questions to the group. In this quiz, the students will choose questions and answers that may be stated to a speaker.

1.
You have finished listening to a student speak about her pets. The student asks you, "How many pets do you have?" What should you say?
None.
I don't have any pets, but I would like a dog.
I think my aunt and uncle had a cat a long time ago.
I read a book about pets.
Answering the question with an explanation is best.
2.
You have finished listening to a student speak about a report they did on George Washington. What question could you ask to get more information?
How many people are named George?
How many presidents are there?
How old was Washington when he died?
Where is Washington D.C.?
This question would be one that the student should know if they did a report on George Washington.
3.
You have finished listening to a person speak about eating healthy foods. The person asks you, "What foods are you now going to eat?" What should you say?
I like going to the store to shop.
Cakes and sweets are not healthy foods.
How much do foods cost?
I'll try to eat better foods.
The question should be answered completely.
4.
You have finished listening to a student speak about his favorite video game. What question could you ask to get more information?
Where can you get this game?
What board games do you like to play?
Do you have a big television?
Would you rather watch television or listen to the radio?
A good question to ask is where something can be found.
5.
You have finished listening to a person speak about living in Germany. What question could you ask to get more information?
How far away is England?
What do people eat in the United States?
What is Spain like?
How cold does it get there?
Asking about the temperature or weather is a good question when someone is speaking about a distant place.
6.
You have finished listening to a student present their project about the brain. The student asks you, "What are the parts of the brain?" What should you say?
I have no idea.
There are three parts, but I can't remember them.
Maybe one or two.
I don't know.
It is best to answer with some information.
7.
You have finished listening to a student speak about growing up on a farm. The student asks you, "Would you like to grow up on a farm?" What should you say?
No, because I would rather do things inside.
No, I hate farms.
No.
I don't know.
A response to a speaker's question should be explanatory in a positive way.
8.
You have finished listening to a person speak about dancing. The person asks you, "What are the steps to a simple dance?" What should you say?
There are many steps to a dance.
I don't remember.
Please ask another student.
One step is the shuffle step.
Even if you only remember one step, it is best to answer with that.
9.
You have finished listening to a person speak about being a nurse. What question could you ask to get more information?
Do you eat lunch?
What is your favorite hobby?
What is the easiest thing about your job?
What do you do when you are not working?
This question pertains to the speaker's topic.
10.
You have finished listening to a student speak about 4th grade. What question could you ask to get more information?
How old are you?
What will you do next year?
How is 4th grade different than 3rd grade?
Why did you come talk to us?
A good question would be to compare the two grades.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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