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  1. Mar 08,  · Who, What, Why, When, Where? These are five questions kids learn in grade school or when first learning a language. It covers the basics and helps you understand the situation and context. My high school friends can attest to my poor memory, but even I can remember these basic words in french: Qui, Quoi, Quand, Où, Pourquoi.
  2. Relative clauses starts with either relative pronouns or a relative adverbs. The adverbs used to start relative clauses are where, when, and why. Where is an adverb of place, when is an adverb of time, and why is an adverb of reason.
  3. Who, what, when, where, why, and how, sometimes referred to as the five w’s and how or sometimes 5W1H words, form the basis for how they can ask questions and approach information in a way that maximizes their comprehension. When writing, students must provide the reader with the answer to these questions. When reading, they must be able to.
  4. The Who, What, When, Where, Why of a Story One of the best practices for writers is to follow "The 5Ws" guideline, by investigating the Who, What, Where, When and Why of a story. If you can’t identify what makes your story unique and interesting, chances are nobody else will either. Who is .
  5. This reading and writing lesson plan introduces young learners to the Five W’s of fiction comprehension: who, what, when, where, why. Designed for first graders, this lesson helps children to understand that the key components of a question include an "asking" word and a question mark.

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