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QAR. QAR. Question – Answer – Relationships. There are two Primary Sources of Information that we use to answer questions: In My Head In the Book. In My Head. Answers are found IN YOUR HEAD Background Knowledge Experience Brain What You Already Know. In the Book.

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QAR

Question – Answer – Relationships

in my head
In My Head

Answers are found IN YOUR HEAD

  • Background Knowledge
  • Experience
  • Brain
  • What You Already Know
in the book
In the Book

Answers are found IN A TEXT/BOOK

  • Books (non-fiction, fiction)
  • Magazines
  • Internet
  • Encyclopedia
  • Atlas
  • Dictionary/Thesaurus
  • Other Text & Print
there are four types of questions
There are Four Types of Questions:
  • Right There
  • Think, Search, and Find
  • Author & Me
  • On My Own
in the text
In the Text:
  • Right There
  • Think, Search, and Find
  • Author & Me
  • On My Own
in my head1
In My Head:
  • Right There
  • Think, Search, and Find
  • Author & Me
  • On My Own
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Let’s Predict!

What is a “Right There” Question?

what is a right there question
What is a “Right There” Question?
  • Basic questions (Who, What, Where, When, Why, How)
  • Thin Questions (vs. Fat Questions)
  • The answer is in one place and is easy to find
examples of right there questions
Examples of “Right There” Questions:
  • Where does this person live?
  • What does this person do for a living?
  • When does this story take place?
  • Who are the characters in the story?
identify the right there question
Identify the “Right There” Question!

What clues in the text show us the character is brave?

What do you think it would be like to go to the Olympics?

Why did the author choose the word “superstar” to describe the character?

What year did this story take place?

and the answer is
And the Answer Is….

What clues in the text show us the character is brave?

What do you think it would be like to go to the Olympics?

Why did the author choose the word “superstar” to describe the character?

What year did this story take place?

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Let’s Predict!

What is a

“Think, Search and Find” Question?

what is a think search and find question
What is a “Think, Search, and Find” Question?
  • The answer is found in morethan one spot in the text.
  • The parts must beput together to answer the text.
  • Words in the question may or may not be the same in the answers.
  • Fat Question (vs. Thin)
examples of think search and find questions
Examples of “Think, Search, and Find” Questions:
  • What are the important ideas in this text?
  • What kinds of challenges did the character face?
  • How can you prove that the main character is kind?
  • What are the character traits used to describe Betty Sue?
  • Based on the text, what can you conclude about life during WWII?
identify the think search and find question
Identify the “Think, Search, and Find” Question!
  • What clues in the text show us the character is brave?
  • What do you think it would be like to go to the Olympics?
  • Why did the author choose the word “superstar” to describe the character?
  • What year did this story take place?
and the answer is1
And the Answer Is….
  • What clues in the text show us the character is brave?
  • What do you think it would be like to go to the Olympics?
  • Why did the author choose the word “superstar” to describe the character?
  • What year did this story take place?
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How are “Think, Search, and Find” questions different than “Right There” questions?How are they similar?Turn &Talk
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Let’s Predict!

What is an

“Author and Me” Question?

what is a author me question
What is a “Author & Me” Question?

“In My Head” question

Answer is not in the text but you must read the text

Think about what you learned from the text

Use background knowledge and text clues to answer questions

Think about what you know and what you’ve read and formulate your own ideas/opinions

examples of author me questions
Examples of “Author & Me” Questions:
  • Why do you think the author used that phrase?
  • What do you think the author meant when she said “reading genius?”
  • What questions do you still have about the topic?
  • If you could change the ending of the story, what would it be?
  • How did the author help you realize the lesson in the story?
identify the author me question
Identify the “Author & Me” Question!

What clues in the text show us the character is brave?

What do you think it would be like to go to the Olympics?

Why did the author choose the word “superstar” to describe the character?

What year did this story take place?

and the answer is2
And the Answer Is….

What clues in the text show us the character is brave?

What do you think it would be like to go to the Olympics?

Why did the author choose the word “superstar” to describe the character?

What year did this story take place?

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Let’s Predict!

What is an

“On My Own”

Question?

what is an on my own question
What is an “On My Own” Question?

Do not need the text to answer the question.

The answer comes from your head only

examples of on my own questions
Examples of “On My Own” Questions:

What is your favorite sport?

Would you ever try out for the Olympics?

Would your parents ever let you try speed skating?

What sport would you like to learn how to do?

Do you and your friends ever compete with anything?

identify the on my own question
Identify the “On My Own” Question!

What clues in the text show us the character is brave?

What do you think it would be like to go to the Olympics?

Why did the author choose the word “superstar” to describe the character?

What year did this story take place?

and the answer is3
And the Answer Is….

What clues in the text show us the character is brave?

What do you think it would be like to go to the Olympics?

Why did the author choose the word “superstar” to describe the character?

What year did this story take place?

how are author me questions different than on my own questions how are they similar turn talk
How are “Author & Me”questions different than “On My Own” questions?How are they similar?Turn &Talk
let s review

Let’s Review

What are “Right There” questions ? What is an example?

What are “Think, search and find” questions ? What is an example?

What are “Author and Me” questions ? What is an example?

What are “On My Own” questions ? What is an example?