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+ Levels of Questioning Flipped Classroom Lesson *Before we begin, make sure you have a pen or pencil and your guided notes. TO START THE PRESENTATION, GO TO THE “SLIDE SHOW” TAB AND CLICK “VIEW SLIDE SHOW.”
+ QAR questions (Question-Answer Relationships) WHAT IS IT? A reading comprehension strategy developed to clarify how you approach the tasks of reading texts and answering questions. It encourages students to be active, strategic readers of texts. QUESTIONS ARE BROKEN DOWN IN TO FOUR TYPES: 1. Right There 2. Think and Search 3. Author and Me 4. On My Own
+ Level 1: Right There The answer is IN THE TEXT, usually easy to find. The words used to make up the question and the words used to answer the question are right there in the same sentence. This type of question is usually literal. For Example: Who is the main character? Some Sentence Starters for RIGHT THERE questions: + Who is....? + Where is...? + What is...? + When is...? + How many...? + When did...? Some Sentence Starters for RIGHT THERE questions: + Who is....? + Where is...? + What is...? + When is...? + How many...? + When did...?
+ Level 2: Think & Search The answer is IN THE TEXT, but you need to put together different pieces of information to find it. Words for the question & words for the answer ARE NOT IN THE SAME SENTENCE. They come from different places in the text. For Example: How did the character return home? (You would need to think and search for the answer in the story) Some Sentence Starters used for think and search questions: 1.) For what reason...? 2.) How did...? 3.) Why was...? 4.) What caused...?
+ Level 3: Author and You The answer is NOT IN THE TEXT. You need to think about what you already know, what the textbook says, and how it fits together. You must synthesize the text to fully understand the question You’ll need to read the text to figure out an answer, but the answer is not stated directly in the text. For Example: Would you have made the same choice the character made? Some Sentence Starters used for Author and Me questions: 1.) Would you...? 2.) Which character...? 3.) Did you agree with...? 4.) What did you think of...?
+ Level 4: On My Own The answer is NOT IN THE TEXT. You should be able to answer the question without reading the text. However, the question should relate or connect to a topic in the reading. You need to use your own experience and prior knowledge to help answer the question. These questions require inferential (INFERENCE) thinking. Some Sentence Starters for On My Own Questions: 1.) Do you know... 2.) Have you ever... 3.) Would you ever...
+ Now try QAR on your own! Read the passage below. Susie has lived in Charlotte, North Carolina her entire life. Next week, Susie and her family would be moving 200 miles away to Wilmington, NC. Susie hated the idea of having to move. She would be leaving behind her best friend, Lisa, the cheerleading team she had cheered on for the last two years, and the big oak tree in her backyard where she liked to sit and think. If the move wasn’t bad already, Susie found out that she would be moving on her birthday! Susie would be turning fourteen this year. She wanted to spend the day with her friends, not watching her house being packed up and put on a truck. Susie thought that moving was a horrible way to spend her birthday. What about a party? What about spending the day with her friends? What about what she wanted? But that was just the problem. No one ever asked Susie what she wanted.
+ For each number below, write what type of question is used AND answer it! 1. QUESTION: How many years has Mary lived in Charlotte? 2. QUESTION: What is the name of the town where Mary and her family are moving? 3. QUESTION: What might Mary do to make moving to a new town easier for her? 4. QUESTION: In what ways can moving to a new house and to a new city be exciting? 5. QUESTION: What is Mary’s best friend’s name? NOW make up your own QAR questions based on the story. Make sure you have one for each of the four types of questions. 1.) RIGHT THERE 2.) THINK AND SEARCH 3.) AUTHOR AND YOU 4.) ON MY OWN NOW make up your own QAR questions based on the story. Make sure you have one for each of the four types of questions. 1.) RIGHT THERE 2.) THINK AND SEARCH 3.) AUTHOR AND YOU 4.) ON MY OWN