Respond • Would you have done what Ben Price did? Explain. • At which point did you find the narrator most frightening? Respond • This question is seeking your opinion. Recall • For about how long did Twain serve as a pilot's apprentice? • Why is Jimmy Valentine in Prison? Recall • This question is asking your to recall a fact from the story. Compare and Contrast • In what other ways are Joby and the soldiers alike and not alike? • In what ways does the Sioux heritage Martin brags about differ at first from the Sioux heritage Grandpa describes to him? Compare and Contrast • This question is asking you to list similarities and differences. Infer • How does the professor seem to be rewarded for his kindness to the dog? • What detail suggest that Jimmy might be cracking safes again? Infer • This type of question is asking you to figure out the answer with information given in the story. The answer will not be stated in the story like recall questions. Apply • Under what circumstances, if any, should physical force be used to solve a problem? • Why do you think people sometimes confess or admit to having done something wrong, even if there is little chance that their wrongdoing will be discovered? Apply • This type of question is asking you to apply a theme or lesson from the story to real life. Analyze • What is the wisest thing the professor says during the course of the story? Explain. • Why does Dillard believe the thing can't find her? Analyze • This type of question is asking you to look at information in the story and select the fact you believe best answers the question Speculate • Why do you think Dillard chose to relate this particular childhood experience? • Do you think the general has motivated Joby to keep his promise? Why or why not? Speculate • This type of question is asking your opinion of a character’s or author’s actions, statements, or motivations. Predict • What will happen to Charlie? • Will the police officers discover the crime? Predict • This type of question is asking you what will happen next in the story. Evaluate • Is the drummer boy's role as crucial as the general says? Explain. • Does Price do the right thing? Explain Evaluate • This type of question is asking you to make a judgment about a character’s decisions, actions, and statements. Draw Conclusions • What are the reasons for the coworkers' reactions to Charlie's increased intelligence? • What are the captain's feelings about Brown? How do you know? Draw Conclusions • This type of question is asking you to put story details together in order to create an understanding of some story element. Take a Stand/Position • Do you think there should be government or industry regulations that judge the appropriateness of entertainment such as movies or music? Why or why not? • Do you think that Twain should have hit brown? Explain. Take a Stand/Position • This type of question is asking you to take a stand on an issue and support it.