Hi Teachers,

The students have a story which is divided in 6 Chapters.

I divide each chapter. Each page has a few paragraphs from the chapter and the questions they have to make, until the chapter is completed, and so on.

These paragrahs and the questions are on the same page.

How should the directions be please?

Create your own questions ...?

Thanks in advance
Hi,

If you are telling them the questions that they have to make, I wouldn't simply call these 'your own questions'.

Clive
Hi,

Create suitable questions based on the above paragraphs.

Create questions which correspond to the above paragraphs.

Create questions with regard to the above paragraphs.

Regards
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Hi Clive,
CliveIf you are telling them the questions that they have to make, I wouldn't simply call these 'your own questions'.
Thank you for your reply. Then how will you call them?

I really like this one from Regards, 'Create questions which correspond to the above paragraphs'. For me it is the easiest one for the students.

Best,

TS
Hi Regards,

Thank YOU for your 3 options. I really like all of them. I'll choose the second one. It is the one that my students will understand best.Emotion: smile

Best,

TS
Hi,

It's simpler to say 'Create questions about these paragraphs'.

I find it odd to say that a question 'corresponds' to a paragraph, unless perhaps you mean something like one question per paragraph. Even then. I'd say it more simply.

Clive
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Hi Clive,

Thank you for your reply. It certainly is more simply.

Best,

TS