The students were frustrated by questions. For this reason, we did a BIG project with many questions. We read a story about “Maria” and her extremely bad day. Each student had the same story but each story was missing different information. To understand the complete story, each student had to ask a LOT of questions. The good news is that the students felt much more comfortable with questions by the end of class. They even requested more similar homework. What good students!!!
Y, I, and E
crowded, boss, break, status, worse, huge, noise, pipe, surprised, yell, careful, laugh, cross (v), cry, chat, instead, shine, means…
Present tense questions of all types.