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Question Types: Literal, Interpretive, Evaluative, Universal
Transcript of Question Types: Literal, Interpretive, Evaluative, Universal
by: Levi Cadena
additions by: Rachel Murphy
There's 4 types of questions:
Literal Questions are basic questions that can be answered right away.
Interpretive Questions make a connection to something in the text.
Evaluative Questions makes judgements.
Universal Questions make a connection to the world.
Example of Literal Question:
What color is the book that the duck is holding?
Defining the 4 question types.
What are the question types and how many are there?
Example of Interpretive Question:
How do you think Snow White feels about the seven dwarfs?
Example of Universal Question:
Why do students have difficulty getting along with their new teacher?
Example of Evaluative Question:
What is your opinion about these shoes?
In conclusion, the 4 question types are literal, interpretive, evaluative, and universal. These four types are divided into three levels of questions:
Level 1: literal
Level 2: interpretive
Level 3: evaluative & universal
What material are Cinderella's shoes made of?
Come up with a Literal Question for this picture.
How do you think Cinderella feels about her step family?
Come up with your own interpretive question for this picture:
What would you if you were the prince and had gone through all the ladies in your kingdom, but still couldn't find your "Cinderella"? Would you continue searching or give up? Why?
Write an Evaluative question for the picture below:
Do you believe in love at first sight? Why or Why not?
Come up with your own Universal Question for this picture
Come up with a symbol that will help you remember what "Literal Questions" are.
Come up with a symbol that will help you remember what "interpretive questions" are.
Come up with a symbol that will help you remember what "evaluative questions" are.
Come up with a symbol that will help you remember what "universal questions" are.