I'm constantly trying to find fresh ways to target listening comprehension, since most of my students need practice with this skill. It can be one of the "less fun" areas for kids to work on. I found some cute ticket clipart from Ashley Hughes on TpT and decided to put it to good use.
Take A Ticket Listening Comprehension was born:
First, you get visual aids for reminders on 4 types of WH questions (who, what, where, when):
Print a copy of the "tickets." If you have a larger group, I'd suggest printing 2-3 copies of this page. Once cut/laminated, place the tickets in a container.
Students listen to a story (there are 24 total) and take turns drawing a ticket. The ticket they draw will be the type of question they have to answer! For example, if the student draws a purple ticket, the SLP asks the "where" question. If the student answers correctly, he/she keeps the ticket. Whoever has the most tickets at the end wins!
Each story is 4 sentences long and the questions/answers are right on the card:
Students will have to be listening carefully to each story. Then they will have to make sure they are answering the correct type of WH question. I hope you enjoy this listening comprehension activity with a twist!
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