Teaching WHO Questions Free Resource
This resource is designed to help you teach students how to answer WHO questions. Just like we discussed with WHAT questions, it is very important to note how you are approaching this skill. It’s so important to make sure you know whether the child is having trouble with understanding the question form, or lacking the vocabulary to answer the question. Are you asking more abstract or general knowledge questions without vocabulary support (i.e. ‘Who flies an airplane?’), or are you providing the vocabulary to the child to help them understand the question form (i.e. ‘A pilot flies an airplane. WHO flies an airplane?’).
You can read more about how I teach wh- questions in this blog post:
This resource helps you focus on the question type as children learn each question form and key words:
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