QAR      ExplainedQuestion Answer   Relationships
The Four Types of Questions    Right There    Think and Search    Author and You    On My Own
 The answer is usually located in one    sentence and is Easy to Find.   The reader will find some of the same    words ...
 The answer is located in more than one    sentence or paragraph.   The reader must Put different parts of the    text T...
 The answer is Hinted at and is not stated    in the text.   The reader must access Prior Knowledge    of Information pr...
 The answer is not located in the text.   The reader can even answer the question    Without reading the text.   You ne...
 Jones, R. (2006, July 19). Question-  Answer Relationships. Retrieved July 24,  2012, from ReadingQuest.org:  www.readin...
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  1. 1. QAR ExplainedQuestion Answer Relationships
  2. 2. The Four Types of Questions  Right There  Think and Search  Author and You  On My Own
  3. 3.  The answer is usually located in one sentence and is Easy to Find.  The reader will find some of the same words in the answer that are in the question.  The information is Obviously stated.Right There
  4. 4.  The answer is located in more than one sentence or paragraph.  The reader must Put different parts of the text Together to find the answer.  The information is stated in the text and the reader answers the question by Putting it Together.Think and Search
  5. 5.  The answer is Hinted at and is not stated in the text.  The reader must access Prior Knowledge of Information provided by the author and make an conclusion.  The answer to the question is Indirectly Stated.Author and Me
  6. 6.  The answer is not located in the text.  The reader can even answer the question Without reading the text.  You need to use your Own Experiences to answer the questions.On My Own
  7. 7.  Jones, R. (2006, July 19). Question- Answer Relationships. Retrieved July 24, 2012, from ReadingQuest.org: www.readingquest.org/strat/qar.html QARMapwww.readingquest.org/pdf/qar_m ap.pdfReferences and Links

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