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QAR (Question-answer relationships). Answers Common Sense: An Anansi Tale Anansi the spider is a West African folk hero known for his cleverness. Anansi.

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1 QAR (Question-answer relationships)

2 Answers

3 Common Sense: An Anansi Tale Anansi the spider is a West African folk hero known for his cleverness. Anansi loves to plan and scheme, trying to outsmart everyone. Sometimes, Anansi comes up with a clever plan and finds smart solutions to puzzling problems. Other times, he winds up causing lots of mischief.

4 Common Sense: An Anansi Tale Synonym Web Antonym Analogies Word Map Multiple-Meaning Words Keyword Method Synonym Web Antonym Analogies Word Map Multiple-Meaning Words Keyword Method Teir Two Words using: Semantic Mapping Symantic Feature Analysis Context Clues Definition Map PAVE Map Semantic Mapping Symantic Feature Analysis Context Clues Definition Map PAVE Map

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7 QuestionAnswerQAR What is a calabash? A calabash is like a great big pumpkin. What does Anansi think will make him a powerful spider? People will have to pay him for commonsense advise. Why does Anansi want to find a hiding place for the common sense? He wants to keep if safe and sound because he doesn’t want anyone to find it and take it from him. What are some sommonsense answers to the questions that Anansi thinks people will ask him? Take a nap. Use an umbrella. Eat something.

8 QuestionAnswerQAR What is a calabash? A calabash is like a great big pumpkin. RIGHT THERE What does Anansi think will make him a powerful spider? People will have to pay him for commonsense advise. Why does Anansi want to find a hiding place for the common sense? He wants to keep if safe and sound because he doesn’t want anyone to find it and take it from him. What are some sommonsense answers to the questions that Anansi thinks people will ask him? Take a nap. Use an umbrella. Eat something.

9 QuestionAnswerQAR What is a calabash? A calabash is like a great big pumpkin. RIGHT THERE What does Anansi think will make him a powerful spider? People will have to pay him for commonsense advise. THINK AND SEARCH Why does Anansi want to find a hiding place for the common sense? He wants to keep if safe and sound because he doesn’t want anyone to find it and take it from him. What are some sommonsense answers to the questions that Anansi thinks people will ask him? Take a nap. Use an umbrella. Eat something.

10 QuestionAnswerQAR What is a calabash? A calabash is like a great big pumpkin. RIGHT THERE What does Anansi think will make him a powerful spider? People will have to pay him for commonsense advise. THINK AND SEARCH Why does Anansi want to find a hiding place for the common sense? He wants to keep if safe and sound because he doesn’t want anyone to find it and take it from him. AUTHOR AND ME What are some sommonsense answers to the questions that Anansi thinks people will ask him? Take a nap. Use an umbrella. Eat something.

11 QuestionAnswerQAR What is a calabash? A calabash is like a great big pumpkin. RIGHT THERE What does Anansi think will make him a powerful spider? People will have to pay him for commonsense advise. THINK AND SEARCH Why does Anansi want to find a hiding place for the common sense? He wants to keep if safe and sound because he doesn’t want anyone to find it and take it from him. AUTHOR AND ME What are some common sense answers to the questions that Anansi thinks people will ask him? Take a nap. Use an umbrella. Eat something. ON MY OWN

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13 QuestionPossible AnswerQAR What does Anansi think is the perfect hiding place for the common sense? How does Anansi feel when he hears someone laughing? What did the thick rope do to Anansi’s neck? Why would tying the calabash around his neck like a necklace be a foolish way for Anansi to climb the tree?

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15 QuestionPossible AnswerQAR What does Anansi think is the perfect hiding place for the common sense? How does Anansi feel when he hears someone laughing? What did the thick rope do to Anansi’s neck? Why would tying the calabash around his neck like a necklace be a foolish way for Anansi to climb the tree?

16 QuestionPossible AnswerQAR What does Anansi think is the perfect hiding place for the common sense? The top of the tallest tree in the jungle. RIGHT THERE How does Anansi feel when he hears someone laughing? What did the thick rope do to Anansi’s neck? Why would tying the calabash around his neck like a necklace be a foolish way for Anansi to climb the tree?

17 QuestionPossible AnswerQAR What does Anansi think is the perfect hiding place for the common sense? The top of the tallest tree in the jungle. RIGHT THERE How does Anansi feel when he hears someone laughing? He probably feels surprised and maybe afraid. He might be mad. ON MY OWN What did the thick rope do to Anansi’s neck? Why would tying the calabash around his neck like a necklace be a foolish way for Anansi to climb the tree?

18 QuestionPossible AnswerQAR What does Anansi think is the perfect hiding place for the common sense? The top of the tallest tree in the jungle. RIGHT THERE How does Anansi feel when he hears someone laughing? He probably feels surprised and maybe afraid. He might be mad. ON MY OWN What did the thick rope do to Anansi’s neck? It burned his neck. THINK AND SEARCH Why would tying the calabash around his neck like a necklace be a foolish way for Anansi to climb the tree?

19 QuestionPossible AnswerQAR What does Anansi think is the perfect hiding place for the common sense? The top of the tallest tree in the jungle. RIGHT THERE How does Anansi feel when he hears someone laughing? He probably feels surprised and maybe afraid. He might be mad. ON MY OWN What did the thick rope do to Anansi’s neck? It burned his neck. THINK AND SEARCH Why would tying the calabash around his neck like a necklace be a foolish way for Anansi to climb the tree? It would get in the way and bang into him. It’s hard to climb a tree that way. AUTHOR AND ME

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23 QAR STRATEGY Sources of Information Type of QAR (Question-Answer Relationship) IN THE TEXT Information comes primarily from the text itself RIGHT THERE (Literal): The answer to the question is “right there” in one sentence; the question and answer have the same wording. THINK AND SEARCH (Literal): The answer to the question requires searching across the text; the question and answer have different wording. IN MY HEAD Information comes from students’ own prior knowledge ON MY OWN (Inferential and evaluative): The answer to the question comes entirely from the students’ prior knowledge, without even reading the text. IN MY HEAD & IN THE TEXT AUTHOR AND ME (Inferential): The answer to the question comes from students’ prior knowledge and clues provided by the author.


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