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What length (min)30
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Academic Subject: English
Topic: Understanding what a Question is
Grade Level: Reception (Age: 4-5)
Length of Lesson: 30 minutes

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:



  1. Introduction (5 minutes):

    • Greet the students and ask them if they know what a question is.
    • Explain that in this lesson, they will learn how to recognize a question and how to ask and respond to simple questions.

    Note: To make the lesson more engaging, you can sing a song or play a game related to questioning.

  2. Understanding What a Question Is (10 minutes):

    • Display the flashcards with different question words like “Who,” “What,” “Where,” “When,” and “Why.”
    • Ask a student to pick a flashcard and read it aloud.
    • Explain that when someone asks a question using one of these words, they want to know something.
    • Show the children a picture book and ask a few questions using the question words.
    • Ask the students to repeat the question.
  3. Responding to a Question (10 minutes):

    • Ask students simple questions, and allow them to respond.
    • Model how to respond appropriately, using a positive tone and full sentences.
    • Encourage the students to respond in complete sentences.
  4. Asking a Question (5 minutes):

    • Show the students how to construct a simple question using a question word.
    • Ask them to practice and ask questions to their classmates.
    • You can give them a specific topic, like animals, to ask questions about.
  5. Conclusion (5 minutes):

    • Recap what the children have learned about questions.
    • Provide positive feedback and encourage the children to practice asking and responding to simple questions at home.