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Question-Answer Relationships
Grade/Subject: 3 rd Grade/Reading Standards:
RL.3.1 Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.

3.RI.10 By the end of the year, read and comprehend informational texts, including

history/social studies, science, and technical texts, at the high end of the grades 2-3 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

Overview: Students comprehension and test taking skills will be strengthened as they

learn about the four different types of questions that may be asked of them with a reading passage.

Lesson Objective:
I can determine the type of question being asked of me. I can answer questions about a reading passage using the QAR strategy.


(*All needed materials for this lesson are linked on my Weebly website: 1. Go to my Weebly website ( and click on Online Lessons. Watch the first video entitled Question/Answer Relationships (QAR). 2. After watching the video, explore additional online tools to better understand QAR. Watch the 2nd video about Question-Answer Relationships from Youtube and download and read the QAR guide for students. 3. Next, you will download the QAR activity entitled, comprehension also located on my Weebly site. These are questions you will answer using the QAR strategy with The Story of Ruby Bridges. Read through the questions first before going on to the next step. 4. Last, listen and watch the reading of The Story of Ruby Bridges by clicking on the video located on my Weebly website. You will use this story to answer the questions on the comprehension worksheet.

Standard TF-III A. 3: Use methods

and strategies for teaching concepts and skills that support integration of research tools.

Explanation as to how you met this standard

Students will use research tools in this lesson by watching an additional Youtube video on QAR relationships and downloading a QAR guide for students online.

Youtube Video Downloading Student Guide

TF-III A. 4: Use methods

and strategies for teaching concepts and skills that support integration of problem solving/ decisionmaking tools.

TF-III A. 7: Use methods

for teaching concepts and skills that support use of web-based and non webbased delivery tools.

Students will participate in an activity where they will have to identify the type of QAR question being asked after listening to The Story or Ruby Bridges being read online. I used the web-based tools Screen-Cast-O-Matic and my Weebly website. I address the needs of diverse learners by including visuals (pictures and videos) and auditory (reading aloud of stories). The lesson is organized and each component is shown and explained on my video. Students will use online tools and resources in order to problem solve on their activity. Students may listen to the story more than once if necessary. Students will use QAR guide to help answer questions on their comprehension sheet. Three videos are included in my lesson (screencast, Youtube video on additional QAR information, and the video on The Story of Ruby Bridges). Images are used throughout my powerpoint.

Downloading Comprehension Sheet Watching The Story of Ruby Bridges on Youtube

Screen-Cast-O-Matic Weebly Website: Visuals (Pictures, Icons, Videos) Auditory (Texts are Read Aloud)

TF-III B. 1: Use methods

and strategies for integrating technology resources that support the needs of diverse learners including adaptive or assistive technology.

TF-III C. 1: Use methods

and facilitate strategies for teaching problem-solving principles and skills using technology resources.

Youtube Videos (QAR-additional information and Ruby Bridges) QAR Guide for Students Comprehension Sheet

TF-V C. 2: Include video

and images in your presentation

Images located in Powerpoint Videos (Screen-Cast-O-Matic, Ruby Bridges, and QAR information)