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Grades 3-8 PPT: Answering Two-Part Questions

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This PPT presentation (non pdf for editing) is packed with great ideas that explain a visual process for teaching students how to answer BOTH parts of a question. It is these type of questions with which students frequently omit the second part and thus, lose points. The goal is to give students a visual way to recognize when both parts of the question have been answered and thus, complete.

Strategies included are:
1. Explaining what a two-part question is, including those with one and/or two end punctuation marks.
2. Teaching students to recognize both parts of a two-part question.
3. Showing students a visual method for identifying both parts of the question.
4. How to use “readable text” to teach the strategy so students will be successful.

Use this FREE, full color, animated slide set in a one-on-one setting, to support a small group training or large group presentation! You will not only impress your audience but also provide realistic and worthwhile skills they can implement the next day!!

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Overall Rating 4.5
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    5

    I used this presentation to train a group of teachers how to teach their students to answer both parts of a question--such as ensuring they answer "why or why not", which students tend to skip--really worked!

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    This presentation was very helpful in that it explains, in easy terms, exactly what a two-part question is and how to answer them; my staff really liked the approach!

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  • What is the best strategy you've used to be sure your students understand two-part questions?

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    • One thing I always do is ask why or why not after any question. That automatically makes it a two-part question.

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      Elliott Washington
      Orlando, FL
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    • One thing I always do is ask why or why not after any question. That automatically makes it a two-part question.

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      Elliott Washington
      Orlando, FL
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  • Does this presentation make any distinction about how to train teachers to teach two-part question format online?

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