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QAR Question/ Answer Relationship. Mrs. Suarez 4/4/2014. In the Book QARs. Right There Thing and Search (Put It Together). Right There Questions. The words used to make up the question and words used to answer the question are "right there" (usually in the same sentence of the text).

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in the book qars
In the Book QARs
  • Right There
  • Thing and Search (Put It Together)
right there questions
Right There Questions

The words used to make up the question and

words used to answer the question are "right

there" (usually in the same sentence of the text).

think and search
Think and Search

The answer is in the text, but you

must put together different pieces of

information to find it.

in my head qars
In My Head QARs
  • Author and Me
  • On My Own
author and me
Author and Me

The answer is not in the text. You

need to think about what you know,

what the author tells you, and how it

fits together.

on my own
On My Own

The answer is not in the text. You

need to use your own experiences to answer these questions.

let s look a the questions from the article two wheel fun
Let’s look a the questions from the article “Two Wheel Fun”.

We are going to label the type of QAR. Let’s look for evidence for our selections.

question 1
Question #1

How do the authors organize the article’s first two paragraphs?

A. They describe a major event and show its effect on bicycle popularity.

B. They pose questions that are answered with information about bicycles.

C. They list successes in the development of bicycles in the order they occurred.

D. They present a problem about travel and the solution through the use

of bicycles.

QAR:

Right There Question

Think and Search Question

Author and Me

On My Own

question 2
Question #2

According to the article, what was the greatest threat to riders of the “high-wheeler”

in the late 1800s?

F. the awkward attachment of pedals to the frame

G. the steering problems caused by two wheel sizes

H. the elevation of the driver’s seat above the ground

I. the increase in speed created by one wheel’s larger size

QAR:

Right There Question

Think and Search Question

Author and Me

On My Own

question 3
Question #3

An early bicycle was nicknamed the “Boneshaker” mainly because it…

A. had no pedals to control its operating speed.

B. wandered because of having no steering bar.

C. had no balance because of its two wheel sizes.

D. trembled because the wheels had little cushioning.

QAR:

Right There Question

Think and Search Question

Author and Me

On My Own

question 4
Question #4

According to the article, bike polo is different from bike racing because bike polo

F. is more popular.

G. requires more space.

H. is played on a football field.

I. allows a flexible number of players.

QAR:

Right There Question

Think and Search Question

Author and Me

On My Own

question 5
Question #5

Read this sentence from the article.

The purpose is to drive the ball through goalposts for a score.

In which sentence below is the word drive used in the same way as in the

sentence above?

A. Carlos had the drive to be the best in his class.

B. Tara will drive the car the entire way on the family vacation.

C. He informed the customer that the new car would drive well.

D. She will drive the nail into the wall before hanging the picture.

QAR:

Right There Question

Think and Search Question

Author and Me

On My Own

question 6
Question #6

The authors wrote this article about bicycles most likely to

F. persuade readers to bicycle for exercise.

G. inform readers about the history of bicycles.

H. amuse readers with the different shapes of bicycles.

I. warn readers about bicycle safety when riding in pairs.

QAR:

Right There Question

Think and Search Question

Author and Me

On My Own

question 7
Question #7

Which statement is best supported by information in the article?

A. Saving money is the main reason to ride a bicycle.

B. Modern bicycles are as comfortable as earlier bicycles.

C. Riding a bicycle should include following basic safety rules.

D. Riding bicycles while on vacation is a widespread practice among families.

QAR:

Right There Question

Think and Search Question

Author and Me

On My Own

question 11
Question #1

How do the authors organize the article’s first two paragraphs?

A. They describe a major event and show its effect on bicycle popularity.

B. They pose questions that are answered with information about bicycles.

C. They list successes in the development of bicycles in the order they occurred.

D. They present a problem about travel and the solution through the use

of bicycles.

question 1 answer b
Question #1- Answer B

How do the authors organize the article’s first two paragraphs?

A. They describe a major event and show its effect on bicycle popularity.

B. They pose questions that are answered with information about bicycles.

C. They list successes in the development of bicycles in the order they occurred.

D. They present a problem about travel and the solution through the use

of bicycles.

question 21
Question #2

According to the article, what was the greatest threat to riders of the “high-wheeler”

in the late 1800s?

F. the awkward attachment of pedals to the frame

G. the steering problems caused by two wheel sizes

H. the elevation of the driver’s seat above the ground

I. the increase in speed created by one wheel’s larger size

question 2 answer h
Question #2- Answer H

According to the article, what was the greatest threat to riders of the “high-wheeler”

in the late 1800s?

F. the awkward attachment of pedals to the frame

G. the steering problems caused by two wheel sizes

H. the elevation of the driver’s seat above the ground

I. the increase in speed created by one wheel’s larger size

question 31
Question #3

An early bicycle was nicknamed the “Boneshaker” mainly because it…

A. had no pedals to control its operating speed.

B. wandered because of having no steering bar.

C. had no balance because of its two wheel sizes.

D. trembled because the wheels had little cushioning.

question 3 answer d
Question #3- Answer D

An early bicycle was nicknamed the “Boneshaker” mainly because it…

A. had no pedals to control its operating speed.

B. wandered because of having no steering bar.

C. had no balance because of its two wheel sizes.

D. trembled because the wheels had little cushioning.

question 41
Question #4

According to the article, bike polo is different from bike racing because bike polo

F. is more popular.

G. requires more space.

H. is played on a football field.

I. allows a flexible number of players.

question 4 answer h
Question #4- Answer H

According to the article, bike polo is different from bike racing because bike polo

F. is more popular.

G. requires more space.

H. is played on a football field.

I. allows a flexible number of players.

question 51
Question #5

Read this sentence from the article.

The purpose is to drive the ball through goalposts for a score.

In which sentence below is the word drive used in the same way as in the

sentence above?

A. Carlos had the drive to be the best in his class.

B. Tara will drive the car the entire way on the family vacation.

C. He informed the customer that the new car would drive well.

D. She will drive the nail into the wall before hanging the picture.

question 5 answer d
Question #5- Answer D

Read this sentence from the article.

The purpose is to drive the ball through goalposts for a score.

In which sentence below is the word drive used in the same way as in the

sentence above?

A. Carlos had the drive to be the best in his class.

B. Tara will drive the car the entire way on the family vacation.

C. He informed the customer that the new car would drive well.

D. She will drive the nail into the wall before hanging the picture.

question 61
Question #6

The authors wrote this article about bicycles most likely to

F. persuade readers to bicycle for exercise.

G. inform readers about the history of bicycles.

H. amuse readers with the different shapes of bicycles.

I. warn readers about bicycle safety when riding in pairs.

question 6 answer g
Question #6- Answer G

The authors wrote this article about bicycles most likely to

F. persuade readers to bicycle for exercise.

G. inform readers about the history of bicycles.

H. amuse readers with the different shapes of bicycles.

I. warn readers about bicycle safety when riding in pairs.

question 71
Question #7

Which statement is best supported by information in the article?

A. Saving money is the main reason to ride a bicycle.

B. Modern bicycles are as comfortable as earlier bicycles.

C. Riding a bicycle should include following basic safety rules.

D. Riding bicycles while on vacation is a widespread practice among families.

question 7 answer c
Question #7- Answer C

Which statement is best supported by information in the article?

A. Saving money is the main reason to ride a bicycle.

B. Modern bicycles are as comfortable as earlier bicycles.

C. Riding a bicycle should include following basic safety rules.

D. Riding bicycles while on vacation is a widespread practice among families.