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Question-Answer Relationships

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Question-Answer Relationships
By: Joseph Gonzalez

What is Q-A Relationships?
Cognitive strategy
Students categorize comprehension question according to where the answer is likely to be found.
3 main categories of question classification:
text explicit, text implicit, script implicit.
Right There Questions
Can be answered directly from the text
Make sure to show students where the answers are located.
Underline key words and phrases
Think & Search Questions
Goes hand in hand with text implicit...requires the reader to look for answers in several places and to combine information.
Wrap-Up
QAR serves as a framework for students to use in answering questions posed by their peers during discussion.
Helps to answer questions on standardized tests.
QAR is a student-centered approach to questioning.
What does this mean...
Text Explicit: answer is directly quoted in the text.
Text Implicit: answer must be implied from several passages.
Script Implicit: requires both text and prior knowledge and experiences.
STEP-by-STEP
QAR highlights four types of questions: (1)Right There (2)Think & Search (3)Author & You (4)On Your Own

These questions are to be spread out over a series of lessons, NOT just one.
Author & You Questions
Reader plays and role in formulating answers, unlike the first two.
Answer is not found directly in the text, but text will provide some information.
Info is
implied
and reader
infers
what author is saying.
On Your Own Questions
Asks the reader to formulate an opinion.
Rarely a multiple choice question, rather short or long response.
Prior knowledge and experiences is needed.
References:

Bronzo, G. William, Fisher, Douglas, Frey, Nancy, Ivey, Gay. 50 Instructional Routines to Develop Content Literacy.
Pearson Teaching Strategies Series.
Third Edition
. 2011 Pearson Education, Inc.
http://www.adlit.org/strategies/19802/
http://www.readingeducator.com/strategies/qar.htm
https://www.teachervision.com/skill-builder/reading-comprehension/48699.html

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