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  • 1. Questioning Notes
  • 2. Importance to an Effective Reader
    It’s the strategy that keeps a reader interested in the book.
    Questions helps readers understand what their reading and pushes their thinking further.
    Effective, active readers wonder about all sorts of things as they are reading.
    Questions helps us learn new information, clarify confusion, and understand the text.
    They keep us learning!
  • 3. Strategy #1-Questioning the TextI wonder….
    How does an effective reader use questions as they read to understand text?
  • 4. Structure of Questions
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    Most of us think of these words when we think of questions:
    • Who? (Person)
    • 5. What? (Object/Activity)
    • 6. When? (Time)
    • 7. Where? (Place)
    • 8. How? (Process)
    • 9. Why? (Reason)
  • How do I find the answers to my questions?
    Strategy #2-Finding Answers
  • 10. Question-Answer Relationships
    Right There –In the text in one sentence or paragraph
    Think & Search –In the text but you have to look
    Author & Me –Text + What I Know
    On My Own –Answer based on my background knowledge
  • 11. How do I use questions to understand big ideas?
    Strategy #3-Ask Questions to Expand Thinking
  • 12. Elkhart Community Schools
    THICK QUESTIONS
    THICK questions address large, universal concepts…
    For instance, “What is
    photosynthesis?”
    You could not answer that
    question with one word. The
    answers are long and involved
    and need to be researched.
  • 13. Elkhart Community Schools
    THIN QUESTIONS
    Questions that can be answered with
    a number or a simple “yes, or No”
    fall in this category.
    For instance,“How many planets are there?”
    You use thin questions to
    understand specific details.