Combine words to write a sentence that has to be answered. Put a ? at the end.
A question grid asks you to combine some words in a table with your own, to make some questions.
Asking Open Questions
There are two types of questions: open and closed.
Closed questions can be answered with 1 or only a few words. Answers to closed questions are limited.
What song are you listening to?
When is lunch?
Who is singing?
Where is the concert?
Open questions have longer more meaningful answers based on feelings, thoughts or knowledge. Often open questions start with why or how.
Why do we listen to music?
Why do some people like classical music?
How do people become expert piano players?
How does a band get together?
Asking 1 Big Question and Sub-Questions
The 1 big question you ask should be an open-ended question (see above).
You then need to think of 3 questions which will help to answer that 1 big question. They don't have to completely answer it, they just have to help. Here are some examples: