Writing questions for hrrb

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Writing questions for hrrb

  1. 1. Writing Questions for HRRB<br />A Guide<br />
  2. 2. As you write questions remember …<br />The competition should be fun<br />The room volunteers have not read the books<br />All possible versions of an answer should be given<br />
  3. 3. Always start questions<br />In the book <book title>, …For example:In the book Elsewhere, what are Observation Decks?<br />
  4. 4. Indicating answers ….<br />p. #, answerFor example:p.64, places where you can see all the way to Earth<br />
  5. 5. Things to think about …<br />Is the question based on facts?<br />Is the question clearly stated?<br />Does the answer have too many parts (beyond 3 parts is too many, you could ask for 3 out of 7 from a list)?<br />Can the question be answered differently depending on the point in the story?<br />Do not use Yes/No and Either/Or type of questions<br />
  6. 6. Things to think about …<br />Is a full name required or will just the first or last name suffice? (Liz Hall or just Liz)<br />Moderators and other volunteers have not necessarily read the book so list all acceptable answers (i.e. Mein Kampf or My Life or My Struggle)<br />
  7. 7. Things to think about …<br />There may be a very interesting fact in the story …<br />But it may be too hard to word a question clearly …<br />So just go on to something else!<br />There are lots of possible questions!<br />
  8. 8. Let’s Write a Question!<br />
  9. 9. Questions from the whole book!<br />The 10 questions for each book need to cover the entire book, beginning to end<br />Total Pages ÷10 = section<br />Then make 1 question from each section of the book<br />
  10. 10. Example:<br />Tending to Grace has 176 pages<br />176 ÷ 10 = 17.6 (or 18 pages)<br />Divide your book into sections & then write your questions.<br />Sections:<br />1-18<br />19-36, <br />37-54, <br />55-72, <br />73-90<br />91-108, <br />109-126, <br />127-144, <br />145-162,<br />163-176<br />
  11. 11. Now it’s your turn -<br />It is highly recommended that you read the entire book before writing questions<br />This will alert you to possible questions that could be answered differently at different points in the story<br />So go ahead and read your book … ENJOY!<br />Then go back and write questions.<br />

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