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Question Answer Relationship. (Raphael, 1982, 1986). ?????????????????????????????????????????? WHAT IS QUESTION ANWER RELATIONSHIP? QAR.

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Question Answer Relationship

(Raphael, 1982, 1986)


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WHAT IS QUESTION ANWER RELATIONSHIP?

QAR

QAR is a metacognitive strategy enhancing the student’s ability to answer and generate questions at varying levels of reading comprehension. It helps the reader know that they can rely on information in the text as well as their background knowledge.


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What are the Benefits of QAR?

1. Students will develop strategies as to how to go about answering questions.

2. Students and teachers will develop a shared vocabulary, which will allow for discussion about questions.

3. Students will develop strategies for generating their own questions.

4. Teachers will have a tool for developing different types of comprehension questions for different phases of comprehension instruction.


Sources of Information

IN THE BOOK QARS

(TEXT BASED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS)

IN THE HEAD QARS

(READER BASED QUESTIONS AND ANWERS)


IN THE BOOK QAR’S

RIGHT THERE

  • Words used to make up the question and words used to answer are Right There in the same sentence (unless two sentences are connected by a pronoun)

    PUTTING IT TOGETHER

    2. Information to answer the question is located in different parts of the text. One must think about how the information relates and search/scan across the text for relevant information and Put it together.


IN MY HEAD QAR’S

AUTHOR AND YOU

Information to answer the question is not available in the text, but one must use text clues and work with the author using background knowledge. ( You must have read the text to understand what the question is asking)

ON YOUR OWN

2. The answer can be provided by the reader’s own background knowledge without even reading the text


Sources of Information

IN THE BOOK QARS

(TEXT BASED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS)

1.RIGHT THERE

2.PUTTING IT TOGETHER

IN THE HEAD QARS

(READER BASED QUESTIONS AND ANWERS)

3.THE AUTHOR AND YOU

4.ON MY OWN


Sources of Information

IN THE BOOK QARS

1.RIGHT THERE

Words used to make up the question and words used to answer the question are Right There in the same sentence.

What to do: Find the words in the text used to create the question and look at other words in that sentence to find the answer.

2.PUTTING IT TOGETHER

Information to answer the question in located in different parts of the text. One must think about how the information relates and scan across the text for relevant information and put it together.

What to do: Look for clues in more than one sentence or paragraph to find the answer.

IN THE HEAD QARS

3.THE AUTHOR AND YOU

Information to answer the question is not available in the text, but one must use text clues and work with the author using background knowledge.

What to do: Think about the clues the author gives and what the author means and compare that information to what you already know. You must find the answer in your head based on what the author told you.

4.ON MY OWN

The answer can be provided by the reader’s own background knowledge without even reading the text.

What to do: Think: I have to answer this question ON MY OWN. The story will not help me very much. I probably could answer the question without even reading it.


Mom put a large plate of meat on the table. Then she went back into the kitchen. She came out with more food. She had a plate filled with carrots. She also had a plate filled with potatoes.

Question: On what did mom put the meat?

Answer: Table

What kind of QAR is this?

IN THE BOOK OR IN THE HEAD?

RIGHT THERE OR PUTTING IT TOGETHER?


Mom put a large plate of meat on the table. Then she went back into the kitchen. She came out with more food. She had a plate filled with carrots. She also had a plate filled with potatoes.

Question: What food did mom put on the table?

Answer: meat, carrots, potatoes

What kind of QAR is this?

IN THE BOOK OR IN THE HEAD?

RIGHT THERE OR PUTTING IT TOGETHER?


Mom put a large plate of meat on the table. Then she went back into the kitchen. She came out with more food. She had a plate filled with carrots. She also had a plate filled with potatoes.

Question: What meal were they eating?

Answer: dinner?

What kind of QAR is this?

IN THE BOOK OR IN THE HEAD?

AUTHOR AND YOU OR ON YOUR OWN?


Mom put a large plate of meat on the table. Then she went back into the kitchen. She came out with more food. She had a plate filled with carrots. She also had a plate filled with potatoes.

Question: What kinds of foods do you have for dinner?

Answer: Veggies

What kind of QAR is this?

IN THE BOOK OR IN THE HEAD?

AUTHOR AND YOU OR ON YOUR OWN?


QARS FOR GUIDED READING back into the kitchen. She came out with more food. She had a plate filled with carrots. She also had a plate filled with potatoes.

PRIOR TO READING THE SELECTION:

ASK:

ON MY OWN QARS (IN MY HEAD)

WHAT THEY ALREADY KNOW, HOW IT RELATES TO UPCOMING STORY OR CONTENT.

DURING READING OF SELECION:

ASK:

RIGHT THERE QARS (IN THE BOOK) AND

PUTTING IT TOGETHER QUARS (IN THE BOOK)

PUTTING IT TOGETHER QARS should dominate because they are questions which call answers that integrate information

AUTHOR AND YOU (IN MY HEAD) AND ON MY OWN (IN MY HEAD)

POST READING OF THE SELECTION:

ASK:

ON MY OWN QARS (IN MY HEAD) AND AUTHOR AND YOU(IN MY HEAD) These QARs focus on children’s background information as it pertains to the text.

Too many RIGHT THERE QUESTIONS lead to an over emphasis on literal and detail questions.


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