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Question-Answer Relationships

Lori Hebert

on 12 April 2013

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Transcript of QAR

Purpose: *Answers for these questions are in one place in the text. In the Text: *Answers for these questions are combinations of information from several places within the text. In Your Head: A Quest for Answers
(and Questions): Making Connections Through QAR Question-Answer
Relationships (QAR) *Create readers who can independently use reading strategies to formulate their own questions while reading to achieve deeper understanding. *Make connections between text and background knowledge. *Increases comprehension as students think at various cognitive levels. In the Text: Using the Strategy *Readers need to consider both information in the text and information from their background knowledge. *Balance is needed between text information and background knowledge. Explain: *There are four different types of Question-Answer Relationships. Right There *To find these answers: -reread -look for key words -scan Think and Search *To find these answers: -skim or reread - look for important
information -summarize Author and You *Answers for these questions are NOT found directly in the text. *To find these answers: -reread -think about what you
already know and what
the author says -predict In Your Head: On Your Own *Answers for these questions are NOT found in the text. *To find these answers: -think about what you already know -think about what you've read before -make connections Find More Information: *Go to Stanley-Boyd's Comprehension Library for: -detailed lessons -handouts -variations of lessons Question Type 1: Question Type 2: Question Type 3: Question Type 4: Knowledge Level Comprehension / Application Level Analysis Level Synthesis /
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