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## Critical Thinking Reading Comprehension Worksheets

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## Short Story Reading Comprehension Worksheets

• Beginning Level
• Answers for this series are included at the end of each worksheet.
• "My Friend" - Low Beginning. 3 answer choices. 7 questions. 74 words.
• "My House" - Low Beginning. 3 answer choices. 7 questions. 92 words.
• "Time to..." - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 11 questions. 89 words.
• "My Family" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 6 questions. 90 words.
• "Rainy Day" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 78 words.
• "A Call to the Pool" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 116 words.
• "The Singing Bird" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 96 words.
• "Seeing Stars" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 8 questions. 92 words.
• "I Fly" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 4 questions. 113 words.
• "The Drive" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 120 words.
• "Zach's Animals" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 104 words.
• "Griffin's Talents" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 9 questions. 112 words.
• "A Happy Visitor" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 170 words.
• "An Adventure" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 177 words.
• "Running" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 148 words.
• "Paul Cooks" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 112 words.
• "Bella Hides" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 8 questions. 135 words.
• "First Prize" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 8 questions. 155 words.
• "What Number?" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 154 words.
• "The Interview" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 9 questions. 205 words.
• "Julian's Work" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 194 words.
• "Talia's Special Day" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 204 words.
• "One Hundred Dollars" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 273 words.
• "New Shoes for Maddy" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 11 questions. 223 words.
• "The 20" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 256 words.
• "Big City Noise" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 238 words.
• Intermediate Level
• "By the Water" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 9 questions. 225 words.
• "A Cold Day" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 14 questions. 286 words.
• "Vet Emergency!" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 247 words.
• "Late" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 14 questions. 284 words.
• "The Brenners" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 297 words.
• "Bullied" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 197 words.
• "The New School" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 14 questions. 286 words.
• "The Park" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 11 questions. 297 words.
• "Worth Working For" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 280 words.
• "The Rent Man" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 215 words.
• "Time with Grandpa" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 9 questions. 237 words.
• "The Bus Driver" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 15 questions. 294 words.
• "A Day Like No Other" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 305 words.
• "A Mystery" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 247 words.
• "Just One Touch" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 15 questions. 326 words.
• "Wanga" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 340 words.
• "Ana Finds an Apartment" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 408 words.
• "Guermo's Surprise" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 9 questions. 372 words .
• "Canopy of Nature" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 8 questions. 332 words .
• "Blizzard in Birmingham" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 319 words.
• "A Christmas in March" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 385 words.
• "Bail" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 301 words.
• "Clean Water Act" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 632 words.
• "BB" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 511 words .
• "The Mini Problem" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 291 words .
• "Flower Power" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 368 words.
• "Seeing Clearly" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 284 words .
• "Accused" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 285 words.
• "City Girl" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 429 words.
• "Fried" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 235 words.
• "Tattoo" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 11 questions. 350 words.
• "The Transfers" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 381 words.
• "Wild" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 493 words.
• "Scorpion" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 333 words
• "Remains of a Marriage" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 11 questions. 345 words.
• "Museum Hours" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 179 words.
• "Seeing Through" - High Advanced. 5 answer choices. 10 questions. 326 words.
• "Ursula Pugh" - High Advanced. 5 answer choices. 8 questions. 324 words.
• "Dreams" - High Advanced. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 357 words.
• "Tracks" - High Advanced. 5 answer choices. 11 questions. 531 words.
• "Love Train" - High Advanced. 5 answer choices. 12 questions. 646 words.
• "The Storm" - High Advanced. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 407 words.

## Informational Passages Reading Comprehension Worksheets

In these reading comprehension worksheets, students are asked questions about information they have read about a specific topic. each passage reads similar to a newspaper of journal article, and provides interesting information about some aspect of history, nature, mechanics, science, art, and more. questions involve critical thinking with a focus on logic and inference..

• Answer Key - This answer key is available but still under development.
• "The Sun" - Low Beginning. 3 questions. Under 50 words.
• "Gas" - Low Beginning. 3 questions. Under 50 words.
• "Music" - Low Beginning. 4 questions. Under 50 words.
• "Birds" - Low Beginning. 4 questions. Under 50 words.
• "The Heart" - Low Beginning. 4 questions. Under 50 words.
• "The Butterfly" - Low Beginning. 5 questions. Under 50 words.
• "Pigs" - Low Beginning. 3 questions. Under 50 words.
• "The Brain" - Low Beginning. 3 questions. Under 50 words.
• "The Ocean" - Low Beginning. 7 questions. Under 100 words.
• "Trees" - Low Beginning. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
• "Alligators" - Low Beginning. 6 questions. Under 100 words.
• "The Blow-Dryer" - Low Beginning. 5 questions. Under 100 words.
• "Green Grass" - Low Beginning. 6 questions. Under 100 words.
• "Taste" - Low Beginning. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
• "Bees" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Frogs" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Beds" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Humans" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Fish" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Houses" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Soda Pop" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Tea" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Ice Fishing" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Bears" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Flags" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Leonardo Da Vinci" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words..
• "Tennis" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Dogs" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Money" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Abraham Lincoln" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Corn" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Umbrellas" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Ben Franklin" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Cars" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• Answer Key - This is the answer key for to the intermediate level informational passages.
• "Helicopters" - Low Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Yellowstone National Park" - Low Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Empress of the Blues" - Low Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "The Cactus" - Low Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Space Exploration Voyagers 1 and 2" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Television" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Hibernation and Estivation" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Marco Polo" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Movie Ratings" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Birdsongs" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Counting" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Easter Island" - High Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Mosquitoes" - High Intermediate. 12 questions. Under 700 words.
• "Fingerprints" - High Intermediate. 11 questions. Under 700 words.
• "Mother's Day" - High Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 700 words.
• "Europe" - High Intermediate. 12 questions. Under 700 words.
• "Chocolate" - Low Advanced. 10 questions. Under 600 words.
• "Houses Around the World" - Low Advanced. 10 questions. Under 700 words.
• "Cells" - Low Advanced. 10 questions. Under 700 words.
• "Soccer" - Low Advanced. 12 questions. Under 700 words.
• "Bathtubs" - Low Advanced. 12 questions. Under 700 words.
• "Pollution" - Low Advanced. 12 questions. Under 700 words.
• "Interstate Highways" - Low Advanced. 10 questions. Under 800 words.
• "The U.S. Census" - Low Advanced. 10 questions. Under 800 words.
• "Sleep" - Low Advanced. 11 questions. Under 800 words.
• "The U.S. Postal Service" - Mid Advanced. 11 questions. Under 800 words.
• "Chemical Elements" - Mid Advanced. 11 questions. Under 800 words.
• "Africa" - Mid Advanced. 11 questions. Under 1000 words.

In these reading comprehension worksheets, students are asked questions about the meaning, significance, intention, structure, inference, and vocabulary used in each passage. each passage reads like an encyclopedic or technical journal article. answers for worksheets in this section can be found at the end of each individual worksheet..

• "Water" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 300 words.
• "Paper" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 300 words.
• "The Flu" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
• "Nuts" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
• "The Sun" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
• "The White House" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
• "Soap" - Intermediate level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
• "Clocks" - Intermediate level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
• "The Robin" - Intermediate level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
• "Hybrid Vehicles" - Intermediate level. 4 questions with answers included. Under 500 words.
• "Photography" - Intermediate level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 500 words.
• "Biomimetics" - Intermediate level. 4 questions with answers included. Under 700 words.
• "The Great Debates" - Intermediate level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
• "Salt" - Advanced level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 700 words.
• "Colony Collapse" - Advanced level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 600 words.
• "Columbian Exchange" - Advanced level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 700 words.
• "Ethanol" - Advanced level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 600 words.
• "Generations" - Advanced level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 600 words.
• "The Hubble Telescope" - Advanced level. 7 questions with answers included. Under 1000 words.
• "Intellegence Augmentation" - Advanced level. 5 questions with answers included. Under 1000 words.

## Role Play Reading Comprehension Worksheets

In these reading comprehension worksheets, students can increase their understanding of colloquial and idiomatic expressions and get a feel for conversational english. they also allow several students to participate at the same time - which makes them really fun great for use in school or at home..

• Answer Key - This is the answer key to the role play worksheets.
• "What Time Is It?" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
• "How Are You?" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
• "Tie Your Shoes!" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
• "Where Are My Glasses?" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
• "A Cookie" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
• "Where Are My Keys?" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
• "City Life, Country Life" - Beginning Level. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Flu Shot" - Intermediate Level. 5 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Vinegar" - Intermediate Level. 4 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Wait for Me!" - Intermediate Level. 8 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Glasses" - Intermediate Level. 8 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Hungry" - Advanced Level. 8 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Want to Know a Secret?" - Advanced Level. 8 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Milk and Aesthetics" - Advanced Level. 8 questions. Under 500 words.

## Dual Version Reading Comprehension Worksheets

In each of these reading comprehension worksheets, the same story is told, but with two versions: one that is basic, and one that is more advanced. this allows students to make direct comparisons between the advanced version to the more basic one, and makes for a powerful learning experience..

• Answer Key - Coming Soon!
• "An Overcast Day" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 200 words.
• "Who Knows My Name?" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 200 words.
• "A Call to the Pool" - Beginning Level. 6 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Oh No!" - Beginning Level. 8 questions. Under 300 words.
• "An Adventure" - Beginning Level. 6 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Happy Birthday" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 400 words.
• "My Family" - Beginning Level. 8 questions. Under 300 words.
• "My Family" - Beginning Level. 5 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Driving Directions" - Beginning Level. 6 questions. Under 400 words.
• "A Happy Visitor" - Beginning Level. 7 questions. Under 300 words.
• "The Singing Bird" - Intermediate Level. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
• "Violet Makes a Cake" - Intermediate Level. 8 questions. Under 400 words.
• "A Visit to the Doctor" - Intermediate Level. 7 questions. Under 400 words.
• "Making Dinner" - Intermediate Level. 8 questions. Under 400 words.
• "The Market" - Intermediate Level. 10 questions. Under 500 words.
• "Maria Gets Her License" - Intermediate Level. 8 questions. Under 500 words.
• "A Paper for School" - Advanced Level. 7 questions. Under 300 words.
• "A Birthday Surprise" - Advanced Level. 7 questions. Under 600 words.
• "Getting a New Job" - Advanced Level. 8 questions. Under 600 words.
• "The Dinner Party" - Advanced Level. 9 questions. Under 600 words.

## Free Math Printable Worksheets with Answer Keys and Activities

Other free resources.

Feel free to download and enjoy these free worksheets on functions and relations. Each one has model problems worked out step by step, practice problems, as well as challenge questions at the sheets end. Plus each one comes with an answer key.

• Long Division with Remainders
• Long Division with Remainders #2 (Zeros in the Quotient)
• Long Division with 2 Digit Divisors
• Whole Number by Unit Fraction
• Equation of Circle
• Simplify Imaginary Numbers
• Adding and Subtracting Complex Numbers
• Multiplying Complex Numbers
• Dividing Complex Numbers
• End of Unit, Review Sheet
• Distance Formula
• Simplify Rational Exponents (Algebra 2)
• Solve Equations with Rational Exponents (Algebra 2)
• Solve Equations with variables in Exponents (Algebra 2)
• Exponential Growth (no answer key on this one, sorry)
• Compound Interest Worksheet #1 (No logs)
• Compound Interest Worksheet (Logarithms required)
• Factor Trinomials Worksheet
• Factor by Grouping
• Domain and Range (Algebra 1)
• Functions vs Relations (Distinguish function from relation, state domain etc..) (Algebra 2)
• Evaluating Functions (Algebra 2)
• 1 to 1 Functions (Algebra 2)
• Composition of Functions (Algebra 2)
• Inverse Functions Worksheet (Algebra 2)
• Operations with Functions (Algebra 2)
• Functions Review Worksheet (Algebra 2)
• Logarithmic Equations
• Properties of Logarithms Worksheet
• Product Rule of Logarithms
• Power Rule of Logarithms
• Quotient Rule of Logarithms
• Solve Quadratic Equations by Factoring
• Quadratic Formula Worksheets (3 different sheets)
• Quadratic Formula Worksheet (Real solutions)
• Quadratic Formula (Both real and complex solutions)
• Discriminant and Nature of the Roots
• Solve Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square
• Sum and Product of Roots
• Mixed Problems on Writing Equations of Lines
• Slope Intercept Form Worksheet
• Standard Form Worksheet
• Point Slope Worksheet
• Write Equation of Line from the Slope and 1 Point
• Write Equation of Line From Two Points
• Equation of Line Parallel to Another Line and Through a Point
• Equation of Line Perpendicular to Another Line and Through a Point
• Slope of a Line
• Perpendicular Bisector of Segment
• Write Equation of Line Mixed Review
• Word Problems
• Multiplying Monomials Worksheet
• Multiplying and Dividing Monomials Sheet
• Adding and Subtracting Polynomials worksheet
• Multiplying Monomials with Polynomials Worksheet
• Multiplying Binomials Worksheet
• Multiplying Polynomials
• Simplifying Polynomials
• Factoring Trinomials
• Operations with Polynomials Worksheet
• Rationalizing the Denominator (Algebra 2)
• Solve Systems of Equations Graphically
• Solve Systems of Equations by Elimination
• Solve by Substitution
• Solve Systems of Equations (Mixed Review)
• Activity on Systems of Equations (Create an advertisement for your favorite method to Solve Systems of Equations )
• Real World Connections (Compare cell phone plans)
• Identifying Fractions

## Trigonomnetry

• Law of Sines and Cosines Worksheet (This sheet is a summative worksheet that focuses on deciding when to use the law of sines or cosines as well as on using both formulas to solve for a single triangle's side or angle)
• Law of Sines
• Ambiguous Case of the Law of Sines
• Law of Cosines
• Vector Worksheet
• Sine, Cosine, Tangent, to Find Side Length
• Sine, Cosine, Tangent Chart
• Inverse Trig Functions
• Real World Applications of SOHCATOA
• Mixed Review
• Unit Circle Worksheet
• Graphing Sine and Cosine Worksheet
• Sine Cosine Graphs with Vertical Translations
• Sine, Cosine, Tangent Graphs with Phase Shifts
• Sine, Cosine, Tangent Graphs with Change in Period, Amplitude and Phase Shifts (All Translations)
• Tangent Equation, Graph Worksheet
• Graphing Sine, Cosine, Tangent with Change in Period
• Cumulative, Summative Worksheet on Periodic Trig Functions - period, amplitude, phase shift, radians, degrees,unit circle
• Ratio and Proportion
• Similar Polygons
• Area of Triangle
• Interior Angles of Polygons
• Exterior Angles of Polygons

Arcs and Angles formed by Intersecting Chords

Angles and arcs formed by tangents and secants

Tangents, Secants and Side Lengths

Math Worksheet on the Angle formed by the intersection of a Tangent and a Chord

Cumulative Review Problems of All Formulas

• Associated Powerpoint
• Associated PowerPoint
• System of Linear Equations Worksheet
• System of Linear Equations - Real World Application
• Compositions of Reflections. Reflections Over Intersecting Lines as Rotations

All of these worksheets and activities are available for free so long as they are used solely for educational, noncommercial purposes and are not distributed outside of a specific teacher's classroom.

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## Math Word Problems

Welcome to the math word problems worksheets page at Math-Drills.com! On this page, you will find Math word and story problems worksheets with single- and multi-step solutions on a variety of math topics including addition, multiplication, subtraction, division and other math topics. It is usually a good idea to ensure students already have a strategy or two in place to complete the math operations involved in a particular question. For example, students may need a way to figure out what 7 × 8 is or have previously memorized the answer before you give them a word problem that involves finding the answer to 7 × 8.

There are a number of strategies used in solving math word problems; if you don't have a favorite, try the Math-Drills.com problem-solving strategy:

• Question : Understand what the question is asking. What operation or operations do you need to use to solve this question? Ask for help to understand the question if you can't do it on your own.
• Estimate : Use an estimation strategy, so you can check your answer for reasonableness in the evaluate step. Try underestimating and overestimating, so you know what range the answer is supposed to be in. Be flexible in rounding numbers if it will make your estimate easier.
• Strategize : Choose a strategy to solve the problem. Will you use mental math, manipulatives, or pencil and paper? Use a strategy that works for you. Save the calculator until the evaluate stage.
• Calculate : Use your strategy to solve the problem.
• Evaluate : Compare your answer to your estimate. If you under and overestimated, is the answer in the correct range. If you rounded up or down, does the answer make sense (e.g. is it a little less or a little more than the estimate). Also check with a calculator.

## Arithmetic Word Problems

• Addition Word Problems One-Step Addition Word Problems Using Single-Digit Numbers One-Step Addition Word Problems Using Two-Digit Numbers
• Subtraction Word Problems Subtraction Facts Word Problems With Differences from 5 to 12
• Multiplication Word Problems One-Step Multiplication Word Problems up to 10 × 10
• Division Word Problems Division Facts Word Problems with Quotients from 5 to 12
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It has analyzed a person’s problems from where they started and how those problems have an effect on that person’s life.

Out of years of observation of family therapy sessions, the theory and applications of solution-focused therapy developed.

Let’s explore the therapy, along with techniques and applications of the approach.

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Solution-focused therapy is a type of treatment that highlights a client’s ability to solve problems, rather than why or how the problem was created. It was developed over some time after observations of therapists in a mental health facility in Wisconsin by Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg and their colleagues.

Like positive psychology, Solution Focused Therapy (SFT) practitioners focus on goal-oriented questioning to assist a client in moving into a future-oriented direction.

Solution-focused therapy has been successfully applied to a wide variety of client concerns due to its broad application. It has been utilized in a wide variety of client groups as well. The approach presupposes that clients have some knowledge of what will improve their lives.

The following areas have utilized SFT with varying success:

• relationship difficulties
• drug and alcohol abuse
• eating disorders
• anger management
• communication difficulties
• crisis intervention
• incarceration recidivism reduction

Goal clarification is an important technique in SFT. A therapist will need to guide a client to envision a future without the problem with which they presented. With coaching and positive questioning, this vision becomes much more clarified.

With any presenting client concern, the main technique in SFT is illuminating the exception. The therapist will guide the client to an area of their life where there is an exception to the problem. The exception is where things worked well, despite the problem. Within the exception, an approach for a solution may be forged.

The ‘miracle question’ is another technique frequently used in SFT. It is a powerful tool that helps clients to move into a solution orientation. This question allows clients to begin small steps toward finding solutions to presenting problems (Santa Rita Jr., 1998). It is asked in a specific way and is outlined later in this article.

Experiment invitation is another way that therapists guide clients into solution orientation. By inviting clients to build on what is already working, clients automatically focus on the positive. In positive psychology, we know that this allows the client’s mind to broaden and build from that orientation.

Utilizing what has been working experimentally allows the client to find what does and doesn’t work in solving the issue at hand. During the second half of a consultation with a client, many SFT therapists take a break to reflect on what they’ve learned during the beginning of the session.

Consultation breaks and invitations for more information from clients allow for both the therapist and client to brainstorm on what might have been missed during the initial conversations. After this break, clients are complemented and given a therapeutic message about the presenting issue. The message is typically stated in the positive so that clients leave with a positive orientation toward their goals.

Here are four handy worksheets for use with solution-focused therapy.

• Miracle worksheet
• Exceptions to the Problem Worksheet
• Scaling Questions Worksheet
• SMART+ Goals Worksheet

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Compliments are frequently used in SFT, to help the client begin to focus on what is working, rather than what is not. Acknowledging that a client has an impact on the movement toward a goal allows hope to become present. Once hope and perspective shift occurs, a client can decide what daily actions they would like to take in attaining a goal.

Higher levels of hope and optimism can predict the following desirable outcomes (Peterson & Seligman, 2004):

• achievement in all sorts of areas
• freedom from anxiety and depression
• improved social relationships
• improved physical well being

Mind mapping is an effective intervention also used to increase hope and optimism. This intervention is often used in life coaching practices. A research study done on solution-focused life coaching (Green, Oades, & Grant, 2006) showed that this type of intervention increases goal striving and hope, in addition to overall well-being.

Though life coaching is not the same as therapy, this study shows the effectiveness of improving positive behavior through solution-focused questioning.

Mind mapping is a visual thinking tool that helps structure information. It helps clients to better analyze, comprehend, and generate new ideas in areas they might not have been automatically self-generated. Having it on paper gives them a reference point for future goal setting as well.

Empathy is vital in the administration of SFBT. A client needs to feel heard and held by the practitioner for any forward movement to occur. Intentionally leaning in to ensure that a client knows that the practitioner is engaged in listening is recommended.

Speaking to strengths and aligning those strengths with goal setting are important interventions in SFT. Recognizing and acknowledging what is already working for the client validates strengths. Self-recognition of these strengths increases self-esteem and in turn, improves forward movement.

The questions asked in Solution-Focused Therapy are positively directed and in a goal-oriented stance. The intention is to allow a perspective shift by guiding clients in the direction of hope and optimism to lead them to a path of positive change. Results and progress come from focusing on the changes that need to be made for goal attainment and increased well being.

## 1. Miracle Question

Here is a clear example of how to administer the miracle question. It should be delivered deliberately. When done so, it allows the client to imagine the miracle occurring.

“ Now, I want to ask you a strange question. Suppose that while you are sleeping tonight and the entire house is quiet, a miracle happens. The miracle is that the problem which brought you here is solved. However, because you are sleeping, you don’t know that the miracle has happened. So, when you wake up tomorrow morning, what will be different that will tell you that a miracle has happened and the problem which brought you here is solved? ” (de Shazer, 1988)

## 2. Presupposing change questions

A practitioner of solution-focused therapy asks questions in an approach derived way.

Here are a few examples of presupposing change questions:

“What stopped complete disaster from occurring?” “How did you avoid falling apart.” “What kept you from unraveling?”

## 3. Exception Questions

Examples of exception questions include:

1. Tell me about times when you don’t get angry. 2. Tell me about times you felt the happiest. 3. When was the last time that you feel you had a better day? 4. Was there ever a time when you felt happy in your relationship? 5. What was it about that day that made it a better day? 6. Can you think of a time when the problem was not present in your life?

## 4. Scaling Questions

These are questions that allow a client to rate their experience. They also allow for a client to evaluate their motivation to change their experience. Scaling questions allow for a practitioner to add a follow-up question that is in the positive as well.

An example of a scaling question: “On a scale of 1-10, with 10 representing the best it can be and one the worst, where would you say you are today?”

A follow-up question: “ Why a four and not a five?”

Questions like these allow the client to explore the positive, as well as their commitment to the changes that need to occur.

## 5. Coping Questions

These types of questions open clients up to their resiliency. Clients are experts in their life experience. Helping them see what works, allows them to grow from a place of strength.

“How have you managed so far?” “What have you done to stay afloat?” “What is working?”

## 3 Scaling questions from Solution Focused Therapy – Uncommon Practitioners

The main idea behind SFBT is that the techniques are positively and solution-focused to allow a brief amount of time for the client to be in therapy. Overall, improving the quality of life for each client, with them at the center and in the driver’s seat of their growth. SFBT typically has an average of 5-8 sessions.

During the sessions, goals are set. Specific experimental actions are explored and deployed into the client’s daily life. By keeping track of what works and where adjustments need to be made, a client is better able to track his or her progress.

A method has developed from the Miracle Question entitled, The Miracle Method . The steps follow below (Miller & Berg, 1996). It was designed for combatting problematic drinking but is useful in all areas of change.

• State your desire for something in your life to be different.
• Envision a miracle happening, and your life IS different.
• Make sure the miracle is important to you.
• Keep the miracle small.
• Define the change with language that is positive, specific, and behavioral.
• State how you will start your journey, rather than how you will end it.
• Be clear about who, where, and when, but not the why.

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A short selection of exercises which can be used

## 1. Solution-focused art therapy/ letter writing

A powerful in-session task is to request a client to draw or write about one of the following, as part of art therapy :

• a picture of their miracle
• something the client does well
• a day when everything went well. What was different about that day?
• a special person in their life

## 2. Strengths Finders

Have a client focus on a time when they felt their strongest. Ask them to highlight what strengths were present when things were going well. This can be an illuminating activity that helps clients focus on the strengths they already have inside of them.

A variation of this task is to have a client ask people who are important in their lives to tell them how they view the client’s strengths. Collecting strengths from another’s perspective can be very illuminating and helpful in bringing a client into a strength perspective.

## 3. Solution Mind Mapping

A creative way to guide a client into a brainstorm of solutions is by mind mapping. Have the miracle at the center of the mind map. From the center, have a client create branches of solutions to make that miracle happen. By exploring solution options, a client will self-generate and be more connected to the outcome.

## 4. Experiment Journals

Encourage clients to do experiments in real-life settings concerning the presenting problem. Have the client keep track of what works from an approach perspective. Reassure the client that a variety of experiments is a helpful approach.

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These books are recommended reads for solution-focused therapy.

## 1. The Miracle Method: A Radically New Approach to Problem Drinking – Insoo Kim Berg and Scott D. Miller Ph.D.

The Miracle Method by Scott D. Miller and Insoo Kim Berg is a book that has helped many clients overcome problematic drinking since the 1990s.

By utilizing the miracle question in the book, those with problematic drinking behaviors are given the ability to envision a future without the problem.

Concrete, obtainable steps in reaching the envisioned future are laid out in this supportive read.

Available on Amazon .

## 2. Solution Focused Brief Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques – Harvey Ratney, Evan George and Chris Iveson

Solution Focused Brief Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques is a well-received book on solution-focused therapy. Authors Ratner, George, and Iveson provide a concisely written and easily understandable guide to the approach.

Its accessibility allows for quick and effective change in people’s lives.

The book covers the approach’s history, philosophical underpinnings, techniques, and applications. It can be utilized in organizations, coaching, leadership, school-based work, and even in families.

The work is useful for any practitioner seeking to learn the approach and bring it into practice.

## 3. Handbook of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (Jossey-Bass Psychology) – Scott D. Miller, Mark Hubble and Barry L. Duncan

It includes work from 28 of the lead practitioners in the field and how they have integrated the solution-focused approach with the problem-focused approach.

It utilizes research across treatment modalities to better equip new practitioners with as many tools as possible.

## 4. More Than Miracles: The State of the Art of Solution -Focused Therapy  (Routledge Mental Health Classic Editions) – Steve de Shazer and Yvonne Dolan

It allows the reader to peek into hundreds of hours of observation of psychotherapy.

It highlights what questions work and provides a thoughtful overview of applications to complex problems.

Solution-Focused Therapy is an approach that empowers clients to own their abilities in solving life’s problems. Rather than traditional psychotherapy that focuses on how a problem was derived, SFT allows for a goal-oriented focus to problem-solving. This approach allows for future-oriented, rather than past-oriented discussions to move a client forward toward the resolutions of their present problem.

This approach is used in many different areas, including education, family therapy , and even in office settings. Creating cooperative and collaborative opportunities to problem solve allows mind-broadening capabilities. Illuminating a path of choice is a compelling way to enable people to explore how exactly they want to show up in this world.

• de Shazer, S. (1988). Clues: Investigating solutions in brief therapy. New York, NY: W.W. Norton and Co.
• Green, L. S., Oades, L. G., & Grant, A. M. (2006). Cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused life coaching: Enhancing goal striving, well-being, and hope. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 1 (3), 142-149.
• Miller, S. D., & Berg, I. K. (1996). The miracle method: A radically new approach to problem drinking. New York, NY: W.W. Norton and Co.
• Peterson, C., & Seligman, M. E. P., (2004).  Character strengths and virtues: A handbook and classification (Vol. 1). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
• Santa Rita Jr, E. (1998). What do you do after asking the miracle question in solution-focused therapy. Family Therapy, 25( 3), 189-195.

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First, let’s imagine you’re a detective. What do detectives do? They solve mysteries, right? And how do they do that? They ask a lot of questions. Questions help us understand things that we don’t know yet, just like a detective trying to solve a case. Question Word Worksheets are like our detective notebooks. They help us get better at asking questions, understanding things, and solving our own little mysteries!

So, you may ask, “What exactly are these Question Word Worksheets?” Well, these are special sheets filled with exercises that help us practice using question words. You already know these words, and you use them every day. They are words like ‘Who’, ‘What’, ‘Where’, ‘When’, ‘Why’, and ‘How’. These words are super important because they help us start questions. For example, “Who is your best friend?” or “Where is the library?”

## Benefits Of Question Words Worksheets

Now, why are these worksheets helpful? Let’s think about our detective again. If a detective doesn’t know how to ask the right questions, it would be pretty hard for them to solve a mystery, right? It’s the same with learning. The better we get at asking questions, the better we can understand things we don’t know yet. For instance, if you’re reading a story about a boy who found a magic wand, you might wonder, “Who gave him the wand?”, “Where did he find it?”, “Why is the wand magical?”, and “How does the wand work?” By asking these questions, you understand the story better. And that’s why these worksheets are so useful – they help you practice asking great questions.

But, what kind of exercises can we find on these worksheets? Don’t worry, they are all fun, and each of them helps you practice using a different question word. Let’s talk about some of them:

Fill in the Blank – In these exercises, you might see a sentence with a missing question word. You need to fill in the blank with the right one. For example, “_____ is your favorite color?” You know that the answer could be “My favorite color is blue.” So, the correct word to fill in the blank is ‘What’.

Matching – In these activities, you might have to match a question with its answer. On one side, you’ll have questions like “Who is your teacher?” and on the other side, you’ll have answers like “Mrs. Johnson.” Your job is to connect them correctly.

Question Formation – These exercises ask you to create your own questions. For example, you might be given a word like ‘elephant’ and then you have to come up with a question about it, such as “Where do elephants live?”

Picture-Based Questions – Sometimes, you might see a picture, and you need to write questions about it using the question words. If the picture is about a park, you could ask, “What are the children playing?” or “Where is the park located?”

Story-Based Questions – You might read a short story, and then you need to write down some questions about the story. This helps you understand the story better and makes sure you didn’t miss any important details.

As you can see, all these exercises will help you practice using question words in different ways. And remember, the more you practice, the better you’ll get at asking questions, understanding new things, and even becoming a word detective! So next time you see a Question Word Worksheet, just imagine yourself putting on a detective hat and ready to solve some mysteries. It makes learning not just useful but also fun!

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## WH- Questions Worksheets: Who, What, When, Where and Why Questions

Who, what, when, where, and why. We all know that you ask questions with WH- questions… But how do you teach it?

That’s why we’ve created 7 worksheets that help practice who, what, when, where, and why questions.

From best to worst, we’ve ranked our WH- questions worksheets based on user feedback.

Like all our activities, they are free to download and are 100% free to use. Enjoy.

## 1. What Questions Worksheet

Instead of answering questions like in a quiz show, students are making the questions. Each card has a word with a point value. Similar to Jeopardy, you create 5 categories. Each category has 5 questions with harder cards as a higher point value.

In groups of 4, students pick the category and point value. After flipping over the card, the fastest group to raise their hands make a question. Give a countdown for how fast they have to respond. Don’t be afraid to give negative points if they are too slow to respond or make an incorrect question.

Students get quite competitive when you tally points. And this is a good thing.

## 2. Where Questions Worksheet

In groups of two, students have to go back and forth asking each other “where” questions. According to household items, they have to identify where the items are located.

If you want to practice “WH-” type of questions and household items, the Where Questions Worksheet is ideal.

## 3. When Questions Worksheet

Starting with famous people, students arrange the timeline according to their birth date and the invention year. From youngest to oldest, the teacher will go through the correct order in the history timelines for kids.

The teacher then helps everyone by giving the correct answers. Further to this, who else belongs on the list? What other inventions are important enough that they should be added? Or what are future inventions you want to see on this list in the future?

There are a lot of discussion topics that can come out of the “History Timelines For Kids” activity.

## 4. Who Questions Worksheet

Place these cards around the room and have your students remember the birthday and person. They have to race to match all famous birthdays with the correct person.

For these types of social studies worksheets, students get familiar with the concept of time. In addition, they learn how famous people and inventors relate to history by asking “Who was born” on a date.

## 5. Talktastic Board Game

This free-talking board game requires a game board and dice to play. But with a bit of preparation, students will be asking each other questions and answering in no time.

First, the teacher makes groups of two. Next, students roll the dice and move their game pieces. When they land on a square, they’ll ask their partner the question in the box. Accordingly, their partner responds until they go around the entire game board.

Even if you have rules to only speak in English in class, this activity is one of those times you should enforce this. Overall, the Talktastic Board Game lasts for a good 15 minutes and is a lot of fun for students.

## 6. Dice Questions Game

The dice questions game/activity requires big and small dice and this activity sheet. First, put your students in pairs.

Next, provide dice for each group of students. Each number on the small dice corresponds to a type of question – who, what, when, where, why, and have you ever. The big dice are worth a point value.

Students roll the dice. When the student asks a successful question, they earn that value of points. Keep track of points in hopes this gets them talking.

## 7. World Monuments: Where in the World?

In this World Monuments Quiz, students have to connect the dot for each historical world monument and the country outline. After this activity, can you recognize the monument and country outline?

In addition, students have to guess where each monument is located in the world? For example, they can practice asking “where” questions in groups of two.

Now that you’ve got 7 WH- question worksheets to teach with, it’s time to put these concepts into action.

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## BODMAS Rule Questions

BODMAS rule questions with solutions are provided here for students to practice and understand the precedence of arithmetic operations. BODMAS is an acronym for brackets, order/of, division, multiplication, addition and subtraction. It tells us the order of operations needed to be followed while solving any expression with more than one arithmetic operation .

Sometimes this BODMAS rule is also referred to as the PEMDAS rule (Parenthesis, Exponent, Multiplication, Division, Addition and Subtraction) or BIDMAS rule (Brackets, Index, Division, Multiplication, Addition and Subtraction).

Learn about the tips to remember BODMAS Rule .

## BODMAS Rule Questions with Solutions

Now that we have learnt about the BODMAS rule for the order of arithmetic operations, let us solve a few questions to practice the concept.

Question 1:

Evaluate: 2 + 4 ÷ (22 + 6) × 2.

2 + 4 ÷ (22 + 6) × 2

First, we solve the parentheses, and we get

= 2 + 4 ÷ 28 × 2

Now, perform the division 4/28

= 2 + 1/7 × 2

Now, we do the multiplication 1/7 × 2

= (14 + 2)/7

= 16/7 = 2 2 / 7 .

Question 2:

Evaluate: {15 × 32 ÷ 2 × 5} ÷ 75

Now, {15 × 32 ÷ 2 × 5} ÷ 75 = {15 × (32 ÷ 2) × 5} ÷ 75

= {15 × 16 × 5} ÷ 75

Question 3:

Evaluate: 5 × (2 × 3 4 ) ÷ 6 + 7 – 8

5 × (2 × 3 4 ) ÷ 6 + 7 – 8

= 5 × (2 × 81) ÷ 6 + 7 – 8

= 5 × 162 ÷ 6 + 7 – 8

= 5 × 27 + 7 – 8

= 135 + 7 – 8

= 142 – 8 = 134.

Question 4:

Evaluate: 2 of 5 ÷ 5 + 3

2 of 5 ÷ 5 + 3 = (2 × 5) ÷ 5 + 3

= 10 ÷ 5 + 3

= 2 + 3 = 5.

 Sometimes we need to use more than one type of bracket. The brackets which are used are – We should start solving from the innermost bracket. Generally, vinculum is used as innermost bracket, then parentheses, then braces, then square brackets.

Question 5:

$$\begin{array}{l}[\left\{\left ( 125 \times \overline{33 \div 11}+ 2 \right ) \times 34\right\}\div 493]\times \frac{1}{2}\end{array}$$

We start by solving the innermost bar bracket

= [{(125 × 3 + 2) × 34} ÷ 493] × ½

= [{(375 + 2) × 34} ÷ 493] × ½

= [{377 × 34} ÷ 493] × ½

= [12818 ÷ 493] × ½

= 26 × ½ = 13.

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Question 6:

$$\begin{array}{l}\frac{1}{2}\times \frac{2}{3}\div \frac{7}{3}+\frac{1}{2}\end{array}$$

$$\begin{array}{l}=\frac{1}{2}\times \left ( \frac{2}{3}\div \frac{7}{3} \right )+\frac{1}{2}=\frac{1}{2}\times \left ( \frac{2}{3}\times \frac{3}{7} \right )+\frac{1}{2}\end{array}$$

$$\begin{array}{l}=\frac{1}{2}\times \frac{2}{7}+\frac{1}{2}= \frac{1}{7}+\frac{1}{2}= \frac{9}{14}\end{array}$$

Question 7:

Evaluate: [(18 – 6) ÷ 4] + [72 – 12 ÷ 3 of 2]

[(18 – 6) ÷ 4] + [72 – 12 ÷ 3 of 2] = [(18 – 6) ÷ 4] + [72 – 12 ÷ (3 × 2)]

= [12 ÷ 4] + [72 – 12 ÷ 6]

= 3 + [72 – 2] = 3 + 70 = 73.

Question 8:

Evaluate: [15% of 150] + 23 ÷ 115

[15/100 × 150] + 23 ÷ 115

= 22.5 + 23 ÷ 115

= 22.5 + ⅕ = 22.7

Question 9:

Simplify: 12 + 6 × 27 ÷ 3 + 2 – 16 ÷ 8 × 2

12 + 6 × 27 ÷ 3 + 2 – 16 ÷ 8 × 2

= 12 + 6 × 9 + 2 – 2 × 2

= 12 + 54 + 2 – 4

= 68 – 4 = 64.

Question 10:

Evaluate: 0.07 × 0.28 ÷ 0.02 + 0.48 – 2.48 ÷ 0.04

0.07 × 0.28 ÷ 0.02 + 0.48 – 2.48 ÷ 0.04

= 0.07 × 14 + 0.48 – 62

= 0.98 + 0.48 – 62

= 1.46 – 62 = – 60.54.

## Practice Questions on BODMAS Rule

1. Evaluate: 8 ÷ 4 × (6 + 2 of 4) + 32 – 2

2. Evaluate: 0.34 ÷ 1.7 + 45 × 2

3. Evaluate: [{(45 + 90 ÷ 3 × 6) × 2} ÷ ½ ] × 56

4. Evaluate: ⅖ + ¾ × ⅘ ÷ 6/5.

5. Evaluate: 45 + 34 ÷ 2 × 82 ÷ 16 × ( – 3).

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