Presentation on theme: "Question Answer Relationships Or QAR’s. What is QAR’s? It means that you understand what type of questions you are being asked, and where you should look."— Presentation transcript:
What is QAR’s? It means that you understand what type of questions you are being asked, and where you should look for the answer.
Catagories of QAR’s QAR’s In the Book Right There Think and Search In my Head Author and You On my Own
In the Reading SSSSome questions can be answered by finding key words in the questions and the selection. YYYYou can underline key words or information to prove you have the right answer.
Right There in the Selection Some questions have answers that are found right there in the selection or book
IIIIt is usually very easy to find UUUUse key words from the questions to look back in the selection YYYYou can normally put your finger on the answer to the question is the selection.
Think and Search This means that you can find it in the reading, But You may have to put two and two together or use clues from the reading to find the answer.
Still, you can look for key words in the questions and the selection
In My Head TTTThese answers are not found using key words in the selection. YYYYou can’t underline the answer or put your finger on a key word YYYYou have to stop and THINK
Author and You Use your good reading detective skills Put clues or “information” together to figure out the best answer. Think about what you know, and what the author’s purpose for writing the selection is.
On My Own TTTThis means you have to think about what you already know, and use this to answer the question. TTTThe answer is not in the text TTTThink about your own experience