Questions Worth Answering - Questions Worth Answering Criteria for Evaluating Questions 1 Value Is the item worthy of student attention and does it

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Questions Worth Answering Criteria for Evaluating Questions 1.Value: Is the item worthy of student attention, and does it allow students to deliver insights about the text? 2. Text Dependency: a. Does the item require close reading of the text (close reading of part of a text or the entire text)? Providing the correct answer should not require prior knowledge, nor should it be possible for students to answer the question without reading the text, develop comparisons, and/or synthesize ideas. b. Does the item require students to use evidence from the text (either directly or indirectly) to provide the answer? An item should require students to follow details of what is explicitly stated and/or make valid inferences, develop comparisons, and/or synthesize ideas. 3.Alignment:Does the itemalign with the indicated Common Core State Standard(s), including Reading Standard 1, and reflect the complexity required by the intent and language of the standard and anchor standard (or target)?
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