Teaching To Respond In Complete Sentences Using POQ (Part Of Question)!

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I share often in blog posts and social media how I just LOVE using POQ, part of question, strategy to teach to respond in a complete sentence.

It helps with responding verbally and in writing.  My students like to use this verbally because it can give them time to formulate their answers while they are starting with the restate.  Today I will share a tip on how I teach the strategy!

The POQ strategy, which stands for Part of Question, is a great way to working on answering questions with students. I explain how I use it in this post, so click through to read more!

I use color coded cards (or just color coded markers), to show what needs to stay, what needs to go, and what they need to consider.

The POQ strategy, which stands for Part of Question, is a great way to working on answering questions with students. I explain how I use it in this post, so click through to read more!

You can use this for any question form, even higher level thinking questions!  Check out this FREEBIE to practice working on this strategy!  Also, feel free to check out this guest blog post I did on Crazy Speech World on this strategy!  Did you catch this french fries idea I shared in the past?

French Fries POQ DIY

Check out the video below from my Periscope about this topic to get more ideas!

Curious in I Can Do Apps? Check out this review I did of their app that I use for Yes/No Questions!