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  • 1. REFERENCE QUESTIONSDFJIjdi sjdf iapsjd iapdsjfiasd.
  • 2. KEY FEATURES OF REFERENCE QUESTIONS • “In lines..., the narrator indicates that” • “The author’s comment cited in lines... chiefly focused on the...” • In the first paragraph, the author of the passage suggests that... in line... believed...asgasdga sdgasdg asdg
  • 3. IDENTIFYING A REFERENCE QUESTION refers you back to a specific part of the • Question passage. • Answer choices ask “What’s going on?” They require you to answer based on the explicit information in the passage. • No deductive reasoning or inference is needed, just a good overall understanding of the content.asdgasgasdg asdg asdg asdg asdg asdgadsfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdf
  • 4. APPROACH 1. Reread 2. Get the gistthe section of what’s 3. Look atdefined by happening. the answer the line Paraphrase choices. numbers. the section.
  • 5. WORKED EXAMPLE
  • 6. The PassageThe Question
  • 7. IDENTIFICATIONThe Question Question refers you back to section. Answer choices asks, “what’s going on? It’s a reference question.
  • 8. APPROACH 1. Reread 2. Get the gistthe section of what’s 3. Look atdefined by happening. the answer the line Paraphrase choices. numbers. the section.
  • 9. 1: REREAD THE SECTION DEFINED BY THE LINE NUMBERS. 1. Reread the section defined by the line numbers.
  • 10. 1: REREAD THE SECTION DEFINED BY THE LINE NUMBERS. Passage Here’s the line number.
  • 11. 2. GET THE GIST OF WHAT’S HAPPENING. PARAPHRASE THE SECTION. 1. Reread 2. Get the gist the section of what’s defined by happening. the line Paraphrase numbers. the section.
  • 12. 2. GET THE GIST OF WHAT’S HAPPENING. PARAPHRASE THE SECTION. Passage Paraphrase: “Others” think Black artists should go mainstream.
  • 13. 3. LOOK AT THE ANSWER CHOICES 1. Reread 2. Get the gistthe section of what’s 3. Look atdefined by happening. the answer the line Paraphrase choices. numbers. the section.
  • 14. 3. LOOK AT THE ANSWER CHOICES The Question We’re looking for a choice that says something like “go mainstream”.
  • 15. 3. LOOK AT THE ANSWER CHOICES The Question A.) Secure their reputations among established artists and critics basically means “go mainstream”. Sounds correct!
  • 16. 3. LOOK AT THE ANSWER CHOICES The Question B.) Honor their own personal artistic visions sounds like the opposite of “go mainstream.” Incorrect.
  • 17. 3. LOOK AT THE ANSWER CHOICES The Question C.) African-American artists using African settings and themes in the their works also sounds like the opposite of “go mainstream.” Incorrect.
  • 18. 3. LOOK AT THE ANSWER CHOICES The Question D.) Develop innovative stylistic techniques also sounds like the opposite of “go mainstream.” Incorrect.
  • 19. 3. LOOK AT THE ANSWER CHOICES The Question E.) African-American artists promoting the works of fellow Black artists also is opposite of “go mainstream.” Incorrect.
  • 20. RECAP 1. Reread 2. Get the gistthe section of what’s 3. Look atdefined by happening. the answer the line Paraphrase choices. numbers. the section. Black artistsLine (6). should “go Only choice A mainstream”. is similar.

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