Teaching Kids of All Ages to Ask Questions
is designed to help students learn a most perplexing syntactic phenomenon - formulating questions.
You’ll find dozens of lessons - lots and lots of pictures and activities to help you teach kids of all ages to ask questions - and enjoy doing it!!
Forming a question often involves reversing the order of some words of a sentence.
Use ideas in the first part of the book with younger children. Lessons focus on reversing word order of sentences to form questions.
There’s plenty of practice using “question words”.
You’ll also find a review of syntax and morphonogy as related to forming questions - an excellent reference for teachers and speech/language pathologists, including:
Simple past, present and future tense
Regular and irregular verbs
Progressive present, past and future tense verbs
Perfect present, past and future tense verbs
Perfect progressive present, past and future trense verbs
- Modal ausilliary verbs
Passive form of verbs
Reported speech or indirect discourse
- Tag questions
Activities for older students and adults are also included. These activities target particular types of questions. You’ll find hundreds of items challenging students to form and/or answer questions.