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9 Stems For Creating Text-Dependent Questions
 

9 Stems For Creating Text-Dependent Questions

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The Common Core State Standards for literacy call for classroom experiences for students that are "text dependent"—that is, activities that call for close scrutiny of classroom texts. Here are 9 ...

The Common Core State Standards for literacy call for classroom experiences for students that are "text dependent"—that is, activities that call for close scrutiny of classroom texts. Here are 9 stems to help teachers frame discussions and lessons that promote text dependency and close reading. Brought to you by the CoreStand team. www.corestand.com

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    9 Stems For Creating Text-Dependent Questions 9 Stems For Creating Text-Dependent Questions Presentation Transcript

    • 9 Stems for CreatingText-DependentQuestionsAligning Instruction to the Common Core
    • Text dependent questions ask students toconsult the text to decipher thedeeper meaning of an author’s words.
    • Often, these questions also probe thewriting (rhetorical) strategies ofthe author, and how these strategies servethe author’s purpose.
    • Text dependent questions also grapple withthe effect of language on a microand macro scale.What is the effect ofcertain words orsentences...?How does thestructure affect ourunderstanding of...?
    • Here are some stems to help you get startedincorporating text-dependentquestions into your classroom.
    • Where does the author provide evidenceof...?1Provide a spot in the text where the authorcontrasts...2An example of a cause and effectrelationship in the piece is...3
    • The author addresses the opposing viewwhen he/she says...4The diction changes in _______________section, which underscores...5A shift of tone occurs in the text when...6
    • Toward the end of the piece, the authorunderscores...7How does the use of the word____________ contribute to...?8The opening of the piece helps the readerrecognize...9
    • Applicable Common Core Standards (AcrossGrades)Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what thetext saysDetermine the theme or central idea of a textDetermine the meaning of words and phrases as used inthe textsAnalyze how sentences, paragraphs, chapters, orstanzas fit into the overall structureDetermine an author’s point of view or purposeRI.1RL.1RI.2RL.2RI.4RL.4RI.5RL.5RI.6RL.6Analyze how a plot, event, or idea unfoldsRI.3RL.3++++++
    • To learn more best practice strategies aligned tothe Common Core Standards, please visitwww.corestand.com