- AUTHOR’S CRAFT AND AUTHOR’S PURPOSE Question Stems
- DRAWING CONCLUSIONS/INFERENCING Question Stems
- USING/IDENTIFYING TEXT FEATURES Question Stems
- Context Clues/Multiple Meaning Words
- Look for Keywords in the introductory paragraph and concluding paragraph for the topic, main points, main ideas, and themes.
- READ THE FIRST & LAST SENTENCE IN EACH PARAGRAPH, SEARCHING FOR CLUES THAT REVEAL THE MAIN IDEA! The topic and main point is almost always in the topic or concluding sentences.
- Study tier 2 and tier 3 academic reading vocabulary in advanced of any summative reading assessment.
- Practice daily close reading strategies before you take any scored reading assessments.
- Read the questions and look for clues to help determine what type of question you are answering. If no questions are given create your own essential question.
- Read every passage, question, and topic and concluding sentence at least three times.
- Use released EOG/EOC reading test to study test question types and frequency.
- Have students use or create reading comprehension questions based on class reading assignment.
- Practice using reading comprehension questions stems.
- Socratic Seminars
PDF]Question Stems Thinking Within the Text Thinking Beyond the Text ...
Question Stems. Thinking Within the Text. ✓ What was the problem in the story? What did _____ do to solve the problem? ✓ What happened in the story? How did the story end? ✓ Explain what you learned in this book. What did you learn about ____? ✓ What were some important facts about ____ in this book?
[PDF]DOK Question Stems - Ohio Department of Education
DOK Question Stems. DOK 1. • Can you recall______? • When did ____ happen? • Who was ____? • How can you recognize____? • What is____? • How can you find the meaning of____? • Can you recall____? • Can you select____? • How would you write___? • What might you include on a list about___?
[PDF]Reading Continuum Questions
Guided Reading Goal Questions. Thinking within the Text. Retelling o What is this story mostly about? o What are some key details from the story? (2 to 3) o Who are some of the characters in the story? o What is the setting of the story? Thinking beyond the Text. Predicting o During Reading – How do you think the book will ...
[PDF]QAR Question Stems
QAR Question Stems. Right There. Think & Search. What did…. Who did… How many… What was… Who are…. When did… What does… What kind…. Who is… What is… Where is… Name…. List…. How do you… What happened to… How long did… What time did… What happened before… What happened after…
[PDF]Recognizing Question Stems - You Should Not Be Here
Steps to Answering a Supporting Detail Question. 1. Scan the passage for the word or idea that is presented in the question stem. Once you've found it in the text, read the surrounding sentences. 2. Choose the response that is the closest match to the text. 3. Distracters to watch out for: those that contradict ...
[PDF]First Grade Reading Literature Question Stems - Scholastic
Reading Literature Question Stems. Key Ideas & Details. Standard. Question Stem. RL.1.1. Ask and answer questions about key details in a text. • Who are the characters this book? What do we know about them? • When did (event) happen? Where is that in the book? • Why did (event) happen? How do you know?
[PDF]Grade 3 Question Stem Bank: Common Core State ... - Kids at the Core
Grade 3 Question Stem Bank: Common Core State Standards. Reading Literature (RL) & Reading for Information (RI). Key Ideas and Details Question Stems: Standard. Basic: Remember & Understand. Standard: Apply & Analyze. Expanded: Evaluate & Create. RL 3.1. &. RI 3.1. Identify explicit information: What does the ...
[PDF]Grade 8 Question Stem Bank: Common Core State ... - Kids at the Core
Grade 8 Question Stem Bank: Common Core State Standards. Reading Literature (RL) & Reading for Information (RI). Key Ideas and Details Question Stems: Standard. Basic: Remember & Understand. Standard: Apply & Analyze. Expanded: Evaluate & Create. RL 8.1. &. RI 8.1. (cite specific evidence when possible).
[PDF]STAAR Reading Formatted Question Stems - Humble ISD
STAAR Formatted Reading Question Stems. AUTHOR'S CRAFT AND AUTHOR'S PURPOSE. All G e n re s. • What was the author's purpose for writing this article/story? • What is the most likely reason the author wrote this article/story? • You can tell that the author wrote this article/story to___? • What is the author's purpose ...
[PDF]6th Grade - Common Core Connect
Question Stems and Prompts: ✓ What is the author's message/purpose in this text? How do you know? ✓ After reading (that) ___what can you infer about ___? ✓ Cite the text to describe what the author says explicitly. ✓ Upon further analysis, what more can you conclude? ✓ When the author says ____, what inferences can ...