Below (and in the above pinned tab) is an example of the work we have been doing in class with Question and Answer Relationships (QAR).
We have discussed that when we read texts and answer questions, we get that information from 2 places: our head or the text itself. When the answer comes from our head, we are using our schema and when the answer is from the text, it is directly written in the book.
When answering a question, we have been using the strategy of underlining the information in the text and then always using part of the question in our answer.
QAR Text Strategy and Example