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1 Answering the Short Answer Response

2 Read and Understand the question Read the question- Circle the objective of the question- ◦What are you supposed to do? ◦In the question, the reader is supposed to explain how the author has shown that walking your dog can help you be healthier. After reading “Walking Your Dog to Your Health” do you think Johnson effectively shows how walking your dog will result in better health for you? Explain your answer and support it with evidence from the selection.

3 Read the Passge As you read the passage Highlight words you don’t know- Define them- Read the passage- Annotate ◦Take notes in the margins ◦Highlight key points  Who-What-When-Where-Why-How Look for the information that helps you answer the short answer question!!!

4 Johnson does not effectively show how walking a dog can make difference to your health IDEA The first sentence of your response should be your idea, your claim, and it should address the question: After reading “Walking Your Dog to Your Health” do you think Johnson effectively shows how walking your dog will result in better health for you? Explain your answer and support it with evidence from the selection.

5 The entire article outlines many benefits of walking a dog, but it does not talk about health specifically; even Johnson ends his conclusion with ”Walking a dog has many benefits, and may even help you live a healthier life.” INSERT The second sentence of your response must defend your claim with textual evidence. After reading “Walking Your Dog to Your Health” do you think Johnson effectively shows how walking your dog will result in better health for you? Explain your answer and support it with evidence from the selection.

6 Johnson says walking dog might help live a healthier life, but he does show how exactly it would help. INTERPRET The third sentence of your response must explain how your textual evidence supports your claim. After reading “Walking Your Dog to Your Health” do you think Johnson effectively shows how walking your dog will result in better health for you? Explain your answer and support it with evidence from the selection.

7 Johnson says walking a dog might help a person live a healthier life, but he does not show how exactly it would help. Eating healthy can be a good idea, but like knowing what foods are healthy and which are not, one also needs to know how walking a dog makes a difference. INSIGHT The fourth sentence of your response must show your understanding of question and the information your read in the passage./ After reading “Walking Your Dog to Your Health” do you think Johnson effectively shows how walking your dog will result in better health for you? Explain your answer and support it with evidence from the selection.

8 ALL TOGETHER NOW!!! Johnson does not effectively show how walking a dog can make a difference to your health. The entire article outlines many benefits of walking a dog, but it does not talk about health specifically; even Johnson ends his conclusion with ”Walking a dog has many benefits, and may even help you live a healthier life.” Johnson says walking dog might help live a healthier life, but he does show how exactly it would help. Johnson says walking a dog might help a person live a healthier life, but he does not show how exactly it would help. Eating healthy can be a good idea, but like knowing what foods are healthy and which are not, one also needs to know how walking a dog makes a difference.

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