Presentation on theme: "INTRODUCTION TO LEVELS OF QUESTIONING. LEVEL ONE Level One (On the Line): – Can be answered by using details found in the text. –Answer who, what, where,"— Presentation transcript:
LEVEL ONE Level One (On the Line): – Can be answered by using details found in the text. –Answer who, what, where, and when.
LEVEL TWO Level Two (Between the Lines): –Reader interprets what is in the text to get meaning. –Can be answered after analyzing the text. –How and why type questions. –They are inference-based and implied.
LEVEL THREE Level Three (Beyond the Line): –Reader moves beyond the text to connect to a universal meaning. –Questions are open-ended. They ask the reader to reference information beyond the text. –Questions that provoke discussion of higher-level, abstract ideas or issues. –Use the text as a guide to explore larger issues.
PHOTO #1 – SAMPLE QUESTIONS LEVEL ONE: What is in the picture in the background? LEVEL TWO: Why are the soldiers huddled in the foreground? LEVEL THREE: What does the scene say about political motivations, physical war, and human loss?