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QAR, Question Answer Relationship, is a powerful, research-based approach for improving reading comprehension that has been helping students become better readers for more than 20 years. Now, QAR’s creator, Taffy Raphael and coauthors Kathy Au and Kathy Highfield, have written a comprehensive guide that reflects on two decades of classroom application and expands on the or QAR, Question Answer Relationship, is a powerful, research-based approach for improving reading comprehension that has been helping students become better readers for more than 20 years. Now, QAR’s creator, Taffy Raphael and coauthors Kathy Au and Kathy Highfield, have written a comprehensive guide that reflects on two decades of classroom application and expands on the original thinking behind QAR. In this highly practical resource, they show how QAR provides a framework for organizing questioning activities and comprehension instruction, how it aligns with state standards and assessments, and how you can easily integrate it across all the content areas. With the unprecedented emphasis on reading comprehension, increased expectations for all students, and greater demands for teacher accountability, this in-depth resource is needed now more than ever. For use with Grades K-8.


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QAR, Question Answer Relationship, is a powerful, research-based approach for improving reading comprehension that has been helping students become better readers for more than 20 years. Now, QAR’s creator, Taffy Raphael and coauthors Kathy Au and Kathy Highfield, have written a comprehensive guide that reflects on two decades of classroom application and expands on the or QAR, Question Answer Relationship, is a powerful, research-based approach for improving reading comprehension that has been helping students become better readers for more than 20 years. Now, QAR’s creator, Taffy Raphael and coauthors Kathy Au and Kathy Highfield, have written a comprehensive guide that reflects on two decades of classroom application and expands on the original thinking behind QAR. In this highly practical resource, they show how QAR provides a framework for organizing questioning activities and comprehension instruction, how it aligns with state standards and assessments, and how you can easily integrate it across all the content areas. With the unprecedented emphasis on reading comprehension, increased expectations for all students, and greater demands for teacher accountability, this in-depth resource is needed now more than ever. For use with Grades K-8.

30 review for QAR Now: A Powerful and Practical Framework That Develops Comprehension and Higher-Level Thinking in All Students

  1. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn

    The author does a good job of presenting the research to back up this material. This structure of questioning will work with all grade levels. It takes a little time planning how to implement the deeper levels of questions, but it does work. Good material update from the original research that was done.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Carrie G

    This book provided a lot of great ideas and guidance for someone (namely me)who is planning to start using QAR in my classroom. The 6-step instructional framework was very clear, well-explained, and supported with excellent examples. The PERFECT starting point for incorporating QAR into your classroom!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marsha

    This was an OK book and something that I think people who are new to the idea of QAR will find helpful. I think I would have liked this better if it wasn't my 8th book about this strategy. This was an OK book and something that I think people who are new to the idea of QAR will find helpful. I think I would have liked this better if it wasn't my 8th book about this strategy.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Karolinde (Kari)

    I liked that the authors included examples of how to teach QAR and how to integrate into everyday reading. I would like to see how it would work as a stepping stone for writing.

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