The A.N.S.W.E.R Key To Open/Constructed ResponseTo teach students a routine for answering reading comprehension open response (constructed response) questions. Open Response questions, also known as Constructed Response, require students to integrate reading comprehension, organization and planning, and writing skills in order to successfully construct an answer that represents their true comprehension ability and skills. The ANSWER Key to Open Response is a routine for students to help answer open response questions that measure reading comprehension on state-wide tests. The routine is a structured and practical routine that includes these steps:
The A.N.S.W.E.R Model is used at Derry Village to answer all constructed response questions whether they are short answer or extended response type questions. We believe that students using this model for responding to both math and reading questions will have a good basis for providing a complete answer. The model is adapted to meet the needs of the school. Analyze the Question
Note Plan
Skim, Read and Select
Write the Answer
End by Reviewing
To read more here is a link to a brochure used by the presenter for a teacher workshop on the ANSWER Model. Here is an example of how the ANSWER Model is used |
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