The QAR (Question Answer Relationship) strategy from the research of Taffy Raphael is a strategy that easily aligns with the CCSS and teachers can incorporate the QAR strategy with any type of textual passage and across all content areas. QAR identifies categories of details from the text which are “right there on the page”, inferred from passages in different locations within the text, and inferred from the text as a whole. It requires students to examine the text as a whole, determining what types of information are explicitly found in the text, what information is learned from multiple locations within a text, versus that information is dependent on their own knowledge base and skills of making inferences. The Common Core Text Exemplars can be found in Appendix B. Create edited versions of the exemplar texts to teach students the types of information used in the QAR strategy by requiring groups of students to develop questions from each type. This QAR packet includes a lesson plan and an anchor chart.