Lesson Planning of Questions and Answers
Students` Learning Outcomes
- Recognize the function of different question words and key words to write appropriate short answers
Information for Teachers
- Questions help us get information.
- Question words, often used are ‘wh- questions’: ‘what’, ‘where’, ‘why’, ‘how’, ‘when’, ‘who’, ‘whose’.
- Key words are the main words required to make sentences and share ideas. A list is given for reference.
- Students should be encouraged to ask questions.
- While teaching the lesson, use textbook at all steps wherein and whenever it is applicable.
Material / Resources
Writing board, chalk/marker, duster, textbook, a poster to be prepared by the teacher and displayed in front of the class, key words poster, flower, notebook, pencil or any other class material could also be used
- Place a flower, notebook, pencil or duster on your desk or anywhere, where all students can see it.
- Inform students that you will ask different questions about them, by just changing a few words, as;
- What is on my desk?
- Why is it on my desk?
- Where is the notebook, duster, flower, or pencil in your class?
- When do you think it will leave my desk?
Sum up/ Conclusion
- Assess students through their responses and their written work.
- Ask the students to try to make questions for the five sentences given below.
- Try to write questions for the following sentences:
- I like school.
- He lives in Bahawalpur.
- They ate apples.
- Akbar ate bananas.
- We shall go home tomorrow.
Question 1 What does I like?
Question 2.Where does he live?
Question 3 What did they eat? Or who ate apples?
Question 4 who ate bananas? Or what did Akbar eat?
Question 5 When shall we go home?
- Write answers, in complete sentences, to the questions written in activity 2.
- Ask the students to:
- Read any lesson of the textbook from their own book.
- Chang them into questions and copy them in their notebook.