Question-Answer Relationships


  • Aug 30 2010 4:55 PM

    Teresa Tindill

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This Web site, from, features information about the "QAR" reading strategy. Question-Answer Relationships are a way to help students realize that the answers they seek are related to the type of question that is asked; the technique encourages them to be strategic about their search for answers based on an awareness of what different types of questions look for. There are also links to a downloadable QAR chart and QAR concept map. This Web site is referenced in the ReadWriteThink lesson titled "Guided Comprehension: Self-Questioning Using Question-Answer Relationships." Less

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