Literal Questions

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Literal Questions
Allows children Key words – who, what, how, where, when,
to show
name, recall, show.
previously learnt
knowledge.
Questions:
How did …………….. happen?
 When did the story take place?
 What did this character look like?
 Who are the main characters in the story?
 Where in the book will you find?
 Who were the main………..…?
 Can you list three ……..…….?
 Which one ……………..?
 Who was ……………….?
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Comprehension Questions
Allows children to
demonstrate
understanding of
facts and ideas.
Key words – explain, compare, contrast, rephrase,
show, how.
Questions/tasks:
Which part of the story best describes the
setting?
 Through whose eyes is this story told?
 Explain how the author made the character seem
angry.
 Can you state or interpret in your own
words………….?
 How would you rephrase the meaning of………?
 Can you explain what is happening in…..…….?
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Application
Children are
Key words – identify, select, apply, choose,
asked to transfer interview, give examples of.
knowledge
learned in one
Questions/tasks:
context to
another. For
 Can you relate the story with a similar
example, to
theme?
make links
 Which type of stories start like this one?
between stories.  What other way could the author have……?
 What approach would you use to………..?
 What examples can you find to…………?
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Analysis
Children are
Key words – compare, contrast, examine,
required to
categorise, simplify.
identify implicit
meanings and to Questions/tasks:
make inferences
and deductions.  What words give you that impression?
 To show an
 What was the author’s intention?
awareness of the  What evidence is there to support your view?
author’s
 Why did the author decide to…………..?
intentions and to  What is the relationship between…………….?
give evidence
 What ideas justify……………?
from the text to
support their
view.
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Synthesis
Bringing together Key words – combine, develop, predict, improve,
from a range of change, adapt.
sources.
 Children can
Questions/tasks:
collect
information from  Can you invent a new title for this story?
a range of
 Can you predict the outcome of this episode?
sources to help  How would you adapt………….? to create a
them construct
different……………..?
an argument,
 How could you change the plot to……………?
opinion or
 Using all the evidence available can you tell me
prediction.
what you think about……………?
 What evidence have you found to support your
view that………..?
 What might this character be about………..?
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Evaluation
Presenting and
Key words – choose, criticise, defend, evaluate,
defending opinions judge, recommend, support, opinion, decide.
by making
judgements and
Questions/tasks:
explaining
preferences
 What is your opinion of……………..?
 Justify your opinion.
 Could the story be improved? How?
 Is this a successful story?
 What judgements would you make
about………..?
 How would you justify……………?
 Would it be better if……………?
 Would you recommend ……….? and why?
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