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Explicit implicit questions

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  • 1. Explicit Questions clear and obvious; leaves no doubt as to the intended meaning Synonyms: “literal”, “factual”, “right there in the text”
  • 2.  Examples:  Asking and answering “right there” questions found in the reading material  Locating directly stated main ideas  Locating significant and irrelevant details  Placing items in correct sequence or order  Reading and carrying out directions
  • 3.  Explicit questions usually start with:  who,  what,  where,  and when. These first four ‘wh’ questions are explicit questions where the answer is found directly in the text.
  • 4. Implicit Questions not directly stated Synonyms: “inferential”, “interpretive”, “think and search”
  • 5.  Examples:  Asking and answering “think and search” questions (the reader has to deduce the answers from the reading material)  Asking and answering questions that call for interpretation (the answer is not found directly in the material)  Drawing conclusions and generalizations  Predicting the outcomes  Summarizing what was read  Sensing the author’s mood and purpose
  • 6.  Implicit questions usually start with  “why” or  “how”. When asking why, the answer is not spelled out in the text. Students must infer the answer based on what was going on in the story. For example, why did she say that? Or, why did she do that?

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