Resource has students analyze Lincoln's Inaugural Address using the literacy strategy of Question Answer Relationships (QAR). Many students assume every question can be answered by finding the one sentence with the correct information. QAR teaches students that questions can relate to a text in multiple ways. This resource starts with an example of the four types of questions and gives examples of them using a short reading on Lincoln. Then, students read an annotated version of Lincoln's Inaugural Address with annotations on the side for struggling readers. Students then answer questions provided by the teacher, but also write questions of their own. Great for teachers interested in incorporating literacy strategies into their primary source analysis.