One of the strategies we promote in The Oral Language Book is students generating questions as well as the teacher.

In 2018, Louise watched Tiana McNaughton from Mt Roskill Primary School in Auckland using 'Wheel decide' to support students to generate and answer questions during shared reading. You can create your own wheel, so it is a useful website.

 

Image by Arek Socha (Pixabay).

Related resources

Useful links and resources to support The Poetry Book



 



PLEASE NOTE: This page does not include the downloadable resources for The Poetry Book. If you have purchased the book, use the log in on the title page to access the resources.

Useful links and resources to support The Reading Book.



 



PLEASE NOTE: This page does not include the downloadable resources for The Reading Book. If you have purchased the book, use the log in on the title page to access the resources.

Useful links and resources to support The Oral Language Book.



 



PLEASE NOTE: This page does not include the downloadable resources for The Oral Language Book. If you have purchased the book, use the log in on the title page to access the resources.

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