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Map Question Writing

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  • 1. Writing to a Question
  • 2. Can you figure out what the question was by reading the beginning of this answer?
    • I would go to Australia…
  • 3. Use words from the question or restate!
    • Question: If you were Columbus and given permission and money to take one more voyage, where would you go and what types of things would you take on the trip?
    • I would go to Australia…
    • If I were Columbus and given money to go on a trip, I would…
  • 4. Now you try turning the question from a prompt into a sentence.
    • What kind of qualities make a good friend?
  • 5. Try underlining key words in the prompt so you understand the question or prompt.
    • Question: If you were Columbus and given permission and money to take one more voyage, where would you go and what types of things would you take on the trip?
  • 6. Check out these tips on writing awesome answers …
    • 1. Restate the prompt!
    • 2. Use details from the story in your answer. Don’t just stop at one detail. Write more!
    • 3. Use names instead of pronouns, like he, she, or they.
    • 4. If you see the word “explain,” use the word “because” in your answer.
    • 5. Underline key words in the question.
    • 6. Answer all parts of the question.
  • 7. Think about the stoplight method when writing an answer.
    • Green - Restate the question.
    • Yellow - Give a detail, reason, or fact.
    • Red -Explain. Give an example.
    • Green - Restate the question.
  • 8. Stoplight method:
    • If you were Columbus and given permission and money to take one more voyage, where would you go and what types of things would you take on the trip?
    • Green - If I were columbus and given money and permission to take a voyage, I would go to Hawaii.
    • Yellow -I would take my swimsuite, sunglass, and sunscreen.
    • Red -I would take these things because I would just lay on the beach all day!
    • Green -Now you know where I would go if .