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QAR

Question Answer Relationships
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Kelly Goddard

on 25 July 2013

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Transcript of QAR

QAR

(Question-Answer Relationships)

Question: What caused the people to stop trusting the king?



Answer: People writing false stories about him, and he ended the newspaper.

QAR: On My Own
Depth of Knowledge: 3

Question: What news had already caused problems for the king?



Answer: Gossip

QAR: Author and Me
Depth of Knowledge: 2

Question: Why did the king stop the paper from being published?


Answer: A blank page was left for people to do whatever they wanted to do with it. They wrote false statements about the king and passed it
around. Other people would read the gossip.

QAR: Think and Search
Depth of Knowledge: 1

Question: When was the first American newspaper published?


Answer: Sept. 25, 1690

QAR: Right There
Depth of Knowlege: 1

First Newspaper

The first American newspaper was published Sept. 25, 1690. It was four pages long and measured 6” x 9”. Three of the four pages were used for news. One page was left blank for the reader to do with it whatever they pleased. Most people wrote false statements about the king on the blank pages and passed it around the king’s courtyard. The gossip in the newspaper made the king furious. He knew that other people would read the bogus stories about him, so after only four days of being published, he suppressed the issue. No more newspapers were published until fourteen years later.

Think about what you already know
Think about what you have read
Make connections

The answer is not found in the text.
The reader can answer the question without reading the text.

In My Head – On My Own

The answer is found in one place in the text.
Reread
Scan
Look for key words



In the Book - Right There



Used to help you answer questions in a text

4 Types of Questions

Reread
Think about what you know and what the author says
Make an inference

The reader has to use prior knowledge and
information from the text to get the answer.

In My Head – Author and Me

Skim or reread
Look for key words or synonyms
Look for important information related to the question

The answer is found in several places.
The reader has to put the parts of the answer together.


In the Book – Think and Search

Begins with: “Who is,” “Where is,” “List,” “When is,” How many,” “When did,” ”Name,” “What kind of.”
In the Book (literal)
Right There
Think and Search

In My Head (inferential)
Author and Me
On My Own
The reader has to use prior knowledge
and information from the text to get
the answer.

Now, give it a try!
First Newspaper

The first American newspaper was published Sept. 25, 1690. It was four pages long and measured 6” x 9”. Three of the four pages were used for news. One page was left blank for the reader to do with it whatever they pleased. Most people wrote false statements about the king on the blank pages and passed it around the king’s courtyard. The gossip in the newspaper made the king furious. He knew that other people would read the bogus stories about him, so after only four days of being published, he suppressed the issue. No more newspapers were published until fourteen years later.
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