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Three Levels Of Questions

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Presentation to introduce levels of questioning using Cinderella as an example

Presentation to introduce levels of questioning using Cinderella as an example

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  • 1. Three Levels of Questions Using Cinderella as a model
  • 2. Level 1: Recall
    • The answer is in the text; explicit, fact (fully and clearly expressed; leaving nothing implied)
    • This type of questions is very concrete and pertains only to the text.
    • Asks for facts about what has been heard or read.
    • Information is recalled in the exact manner/form it was heard
    • What were Cinderella's slippers made out of?
    • How did Cinderella get to the ball?
  • 3. Level 2: Analysis/Inference
    • The answer can be inferred from the text.
    • This type question, although more abstract than a Level One question, deals only with the text.
    • Information can be broken down into parts.
    • It involves examining in detail, analyzing motives or causes, making inferences, finding information to support generalizations or decision-making.
    • Questions combine information in a new way.
    • Why does Cinderella's stepmother care whether or not she goes to the ball?
    • Why did everything turn back the way it was except the glass slipper?
    • Why don't the step sisters like Cinderella?
  • 4. Level 3: Synthesis
    • The answer goes beyond the text and inquire into the value, importance and application of the information presented.
    • These questions ask that judgments be made from information.
    • They also give opinions about issues, judge the validity of ideas or other products and justify opinions and ideas.
    • Does a woman's salvation always lie with a man?
    • What does it mean to live happily ever after?
    • Does good always overcome evil?