Lesson: Looking at the Questions
Objective: I can read the question, look for direct answer in the passage, write that evidence, and then answer my question confidently.
Do-Now: Write down one thing that you know in your life that was made easier for you or you felt like was better because you had a hint or an idea to make things better?
Connection: We have to learn to get past looking at a test as something bad and something we can figure out with some strategies and ideas. Today I am going to teach you a great strategy of really looking at the questions and what the answers are an narrowing down your choices.
Use a text passage to really focus on the questions. As you are reading the passage make sure you look at the questions. The students will Write the question, write where they find support for the answer, and then write the right answer. Show them how they need to do this and look for support and they can highlight and underline the support.
Independent Practice: Students will use a test passage and go through and find the question and answer support in the text.
Directions: Use a test passage to complete the table below.
Read the Question Search for Answers Find Support
|question answer back||
|question answer front||