This is a simple graphic organizer you can use to introduce your students to the reading comprehension strategy Question/Answer Relationship (QAR).
One of the keys to being a good reading is learning to ask (and answer good) questions. Often, as teachers, when we ask our students to write questions about a text, the questions are not of high quality or even very good.
This strategy teaches students to ask, categorize, and answer high quality questions as well as promotes good reading comprehension.
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