This is a fantastic poster set that your students can use as a reference tool or visual reminder when teaching or review the six basic question words (No exercises or examples are included in this set). The words are Who, What, Where, When, Why and How. These posters give simple definition of what is required to answer these question starters. They can be printed and placed in plastic sleeves or page protectors or you can print them poster size for your writing areas. There are 12 posters depicting the 5Ws and H question words together with whom, whose and which as an extra. I also included one general poster with all the question starters. I also included a pocket print size version of the 12 posters in black 'n white for your students can stick in their ELA notebooks.
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Saturday, 11 March 2017
The Six Basic Question Words
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