Students’ Learning Outcomes
· Recognize the function of wh forms used in questions.
Information for Teachers
· We used question words to ask certain sorts of questions.
· The most common questions in English are often mentioned to a “WH” questions.
· Wh forms are words (what, when, where, which, who, whose, why) used to ask questions.
· Wh-questions activate with what, when, where, who, whom, which, whose, why and how.
We usage them to ask for info. The answer can’t be yes or no:
A: When do you wind up college?
B: What are you doing?
C: Who is your favorite actor?
D: Why did you do that?
E: Whose car is that?’
F: Which do you favor, tea or coffee?
G: How do I come to be the station?
· We commonly usage wh-questions with wh– + an supporting verb (be, do or have) + subject + main verb or with wh– + a modal verb + subject + main verb:
· Be: When are you sendoff?
· Who’s been compensating the bills?
· Do: Where do they live?
· Why didn’t you request me?
· Have: What has she finished now
· What have they finalized?
· Modal: Who would she stay with?
· Where must I park?
Material / Resources
Chalk/marker, duster, board, a small gift, textbook
Worm up activity
· Help the students understand and discuss the questions in the box. (you can use the students’ names for the activity)
· Any two students can act it out. For example: Jamaal will give a gift to Maria.
· The students can ask a questions “ Who give a present to maria?”
· The students can answer also.
· Do enough practice by changing names and students so the students learn the wh forms and their use in questions.
o Who gave a present to Maria?
o What did Jamaal Give to Maria?
o Who did Jamaal give a present to?
o When did Jamaal give a present to Maria?
· Draw the table on the board and let the students fill it by taking turns.
· Encourage the students to ask the question in a questioning tone, that they have matched with actions.
· The students in the class can respond to each question with the teacher’s help.
· Later they can do this in the notebooks.
Answer key: 1. (is your name) 2. (Are you) 3. (Book is this) 4. (Is your new class) 5. (Will the guests come) 6. (Are they sleazing?) 7. (Is your pencil)
· Read the following answers. Choose and write correct with question words to make questions.
What, who, whose, where, why, when, which
1: __________is the pen which Sadie gave to me?
Answer: here is the pen which Sadie gave to you.
2: ___________are you looking for?
Answer: I am looking for my book.
3: ___________do you reach your shop?
Answer: I reach my shop at 8 o’ clock.
4: ___________is your best friend?
Answer: Nader is my best friend.
5: ___________is your favorite flower?
Answer: Rose is my favorite flower.
6: ___________clothes are there in the wardrobe?
Answer: My clothes are there in the wardrobe.
7: ___________did you come late today?
Answer: I got up late in the morning.
Sum up / Conclusion
· Ask the class to share the question forms they have learnt with one example by using actions, rising tone and any object in the classroom.
· Instructions: Ask the students to find and write one question with each wh form from their English textbook.
· The students can perform a role play by working in a group.
· They can act out how interviews are taken on the Television.