Question-Answer SMS #division #answers


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Question-Answer SMS – New! SMS Shayari

6 Sawal 6 Challenges :

1. Kis Shakhs Ka Birthday Har Saal Nahi Aata?

2. Dhoop Me Kya Chiz Nahi Sukh Sakti?

3. Kon Sa fal Mitha Hone Ke Bawjud bikta Nahi?

4. Konsi Chiz Hai JisKa Naam Lo to Wo Tut Jati Hai?

5. Woh Kaun Hai Jo Bagair Pair Ke Bhagta Hai or laut Kar Nahi Aata?

6. Kon si Machli Samandar mei Nahi Tair Sakti?

Answer these GK Questions if u r a Genius!

IT S CHALENG FOR U.
Reply in 24 hours You can send this sms to your all friends Your time start now
Dimag Lagao..Gyan Badhao

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • 6 sawal 6 challenges
  • 6 sawal 6 challenges answers

Is swaal ka jwaab de dia to hum aapko maane!

Ek chij aeisi hai jo
Sukhi ho to 2kg.
Gili ho to 1kg.
Aur
Jal jae to 3kg.

Its challenge 4u.

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • Challenge 4 u! These 8 things most people see daily in their life Rearrange the spelling and answer 1 kwolaclcl 2 Cbeofoka 3 Gilencafin 4 cemrsenlboei 5 Rlrgsmaorsi 6 Etdbehes 7 hpastawp 8 hulgisnt Charge yr brain and c if u can answer it Not so easy
  • Is swaal ka jwaab de dia to hum aapko maane! Ek chij aeisi hai jo Sukhi ho to 2kg Gili ho to 1kg Aur Jal jae to 3kg Its challenge 4u.

Es sawal ka jawab do to maane

1 ladki ne 20 saal ki umar me 1 box kharida
wo apne har birthday pe us mein Rs.250 daal deti
aur
uski behen us me se Rs.50 apne har birthday pe nikal leti,
ladki ki death 60 saal me huyi,
jab box khula to us me se srf Rs.500 nikle Q??
Its a challenge 4u ur frnds.

ANS = = = =
Kyuki ladki ka birthday 29 feb ko tha
40 sal me 29 feb 10 bar aya 250*10=2500
Aur uski bahan ne nikala 50*40=2000
Isliye uske pas 2500-2000=500
500 bache.

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • sawal ka jawab sms
  •  Is swaal ka jwaab de dia to hm aapko whtsapp k

Yeh 15 Cheezen hai jo hum roz dekhte hai,
Spelling theek karni hai..

01. Libngdsiu =
02. Evtlesnioi =
03. Miet =
04. Boilme =
05. Ishtr =
06. Agdrne =
07. Solho c=
08. sjdmai =
09. Tsere =
10. Yclecs =
11. Neplci =
12. Odosr =
13. Thgli =
14. Sglas =
15. Owilpl =

NOTE: Q No.1 ke 30 Marks hai,
Baki sabke 5-5 Marks ai.

TOTAL MARKS: 100
PASSING MARKS: 70%

Time Limit = 1 din, Solve It.

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • yeh 15 cheezen hai jo hum roz dekhte hai spelling theek karni hai 01 libngdsiu = 02 evtlesnioi = 03 miet = 04 boilme = 05 ishtr = 06 agdrne = 07 solho c= 08 sjdmai = 09 tsere = 10 yclecs = 11 neplci = 12 odosr = 13 thgli = 14 sglas = 15 owilpl = note: q n
  • puzzles question with answer in hindi

Ek ladki Ghar mein baithi thi.
Ghar ka darwaja under se band hai.
Ghar ke bahar ek Aadmi aata hai aur darwaja bajata hai.

Ladki: Kon Hai.?
Aadmi: Teri Sasu aur Meri Sasu ristey mein Maa Beti hai

To darwaje ke bahar wale Aadmi aur Ghar ke under wali Ladki mein kya Rishta hai.

Option
1 Pati
2 Bhai
3 Salla
4 Jeth
5 Jamaai
6 Sasur
7 Pitaa
8 Chacha
9 Mama
10 Nanad ka pati

Lets see who is giving right answer?

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • Ek ladki Ghar mein baithi thi Ghar ka darwaja under se band hai Ghar ke bahar ek Aadmi aata hai aur darwaja bajata hai Ladki: Kon Hai. Aadmi: Teri Sasu aur Meri Sasu ristey mein Maa Beti hai To darwaje ke bahar wale Aadmi aur Ghar ke under wali Ladki mei
  • Ek ladki Ghar mein Baithi thi Ghar ka darwaja under se band hai Ghar ke bahar ek Aadmi aata hai aur darwaja bajata hai Ladki: Kon Hai ?Aadmi: Teri Sasu aur Meri Sasu ristey mein Maa Beti haiTo darwaje ke bahar wale Aadmi aur Ghar ke under wali Ladki mein

Question-Answer Relationship (QAR) #question #answer


#answer questions

#

Question-Answer Relationship (QAR)

More comprehension strategies

Why use question–answer relationship?

  • It can improve students’ reading comprehension.
  • It teaches students how to ask questions about their reading and where to find the answers to them.
  • It helps students to think about the text they are reading and beyond it, too.
  • It inspires them to think creatively and work cooperatively while challenging them to use higher-level thinking skills.

How to use question–answer relationship

1. Explain to students that there are four types of questions they will encounter. Define each type of question and give an example.

Four types of questions are examined in the QAR:

  • Right There Questions: Literal questions whose answers can be found in the text. Often the words used in the question are the same words found in the text.
  • Think and Search Questions: Answers are gathered from several parts of the text and put together to make meaning.
  • Author and You: These questions are based on information provided in the text but the student is required to relate it to their own experience. Although the answer does not lie directly in the text, the student must have read it in order to answer the question.
  • On My Own: These questions do not require the student to have read the passage but he/she must use their background or prior knowledge to answer the question.

2. Read a short passage aloud to your students.

3. Have predetermined questions you will ask after you stop reading. When you have finished reading, read the questions aloud to students and model how you decide which type of question you have been asked to answer.

4. Show students how find information to answer the question (i.e. in the text, from your own experiences, etc.).

Examples

Math

One Hen: How One Small Loan Made a Big Difference by Kate Smith Milway. illustrated by Eugenie Fernandes (Kids Can)

This fictionalized story of Kojo, a boy from Ghana, who changes his world with a small loan and one hen, is based on a real person. Kwabena Darko lives in West Africa and started a system of micro-loans in villages that would not otherwise have access. Additional resources and sources for further information allow readers to find out more.

How to Heal a Broken Wing by Bob Graham (Candlewick 2008)

Children often see what adults miss, and so it is when Will finds a pigeon with a broken wing on the sidewalk of a busy city. Will and his parents, help the bird recover over time then release it. Limited text and well paced and placed illustrations tell the affecting story.

Pale Male: Citizen Hawk of New York City by Janet Schulman. illustrated by Meilo So (Knopf)

Stunning watercolors evoke the height and breadth of New York City while a dramatic text relates the true story of a now-famous feathered resident, a hawk named Pale Male. The tension between the lifestyle of Pale Male and human residents as well as the fate of Pale Male’s mates and offspring create riveting reading.

I think that’s true for everyone–we are, after all, the ones hearing the text in our heads when we read and think about it.
It seems that the Common Core is trying to balance out the preponderance of text-to-self connections with “Hey, Look! There’s a Text! And an Author! And Skill used by the Author! Let’s take a look at what that is!”—because, truly, kids don’t need a teacher to help them identify text-to-self connections—most of them are pretty clear on what they’re thinking. They DO, however, need teachers to help them with the harder stuff.

My MA Thesis was an examination of American Lit textbooks from the late 80s to 2000 and the decline in post-text questioning was appalling. It all went from challenging, thoughtful analysis in 1989 to, “If you were a Puritan. ” from about 1996 onward.

Agree that we all have personal connections to texts that need to be acknowledged and respected. Also Agree that CCSS is trying to rebalance a long-out-of-whack pedagogical table which has left kids unable to do much OTHER than identify how everything connects to them.

Submitted by Heather (not verified) on June 3, 2014 – 9:07pm

Agreed! I know this is an old comment, but I just stumbled upon it. I’m concerned at the growing prevalence of “Connect to your life!” questions. Seems to encourage narcissism, something that this current generation of students certainly doesn’t need help developing.


5 Free Solutions To Create A Question-Answer Website – Web Resources Depot


#question answering websites

#

5 Free Solutions To Create A Question-Answer Website

Question answer websites (like Stack Overflow ) are great platforms for enabling communities to share knowledge and help each other.

Although they are kinda similar-in-function with the forum applications (check 9 Widely-Used And Free Forum Softwares ), the main focus is finding the (best) answers .

Here are 5 free and open source or hosted platforms to create your own question-answer website:

Question2Answer is an application that is built with PHP-MySQL that has a points-based reputation system.

Users can comment into any questions and they can be tagged.

It can betotallystyled with CSS and has an admin interface to manage the whole application.

QSQA enables anyone to instantly create a full-featured question-answer community where users can earn point/badges for their contribution.

It is written in Python and powered by the Django application framework.

Answerbase is a powerful and hosted service for creating Q A websites without any installation.

The front-end can be customized completely with the help of ready-to-use templates, ability to update every image/text and inserting custom CSS styles.

A feature-rich admin panel eases the management of the system, users and content.

Once the website is created, it gets a mobile-friendly version automatically and there is an API provided for integration with 3rd party products.

This question-answer application is written in Ruby, MongoMapper and MongoDB.

It is multilingual and, optionally, users can create their own websites in a free hosted platform rather than installing it.

Qwench is a simple-yet-functional application.

It comes with a points/rewards system, an entry can be posted as a knowledge-base article (for corporate sites) and it can be customized via CSS.

Qhub is a free hosted platform for creating a q a website where the look-feel can be customized and members can be managed easily.

You can optionally use a URL under Qhub or your own domain name.

And Others:

  • Stacked . it is an ASP.NET alternative but not improved for a while.
  • CNPROG . a pretty powerful one which is Django-powered (QSQA is a for of this application)
  • AskBot . a fork of CNPROG.

Question-Answer SMS #ask #and #answer #questions


#question answer sms

#

Question-Answer SMS – New! SMS Shayari

6 Sawal 6 Challenges :

1. Kis Shakhs Ka Birthday Har Saal Nahi Aata?

2. Dhoop Me Kya Chiz Nahi Sukh Sakti?

3. Kon Sa fal Mitha Hone Ke Bawjud bikta Nahi?

4. Konsi Chiz Hai JisKa Naam Lo to Wo Tut Jati Hai?

5. Woh Kaun Hai Jo Bagair Pair Ke Bhagta Hai or laut Kar Nahi Aata?

6. Kon si Machli Samandar mei Nahi Tair Sakti?

Answer these GK Questions if u r a Genius!

IT S CHALENG FOR U.
Reply in 24 hours You can send this sms to your all friends Your time start now
Dimag Lagao..Gyan Badhao

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • 6 sawal 6 challenges
  • 6 sawal 6 challenges answers

Is swaal ka jwaab de dia to hum aapko maane!

Ek chij aeisi hai jo
Sukhi ho to 2kg.
Gili ho to 1kg.
Aur
Jal jae to 3kg.

Its challenge 4u.

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • Challenge 4 u! These 8 things most people see daily in their life Rearrange the spelling and answer 1 kwolaclcl 2 Cbeofoka 3 Gilencafin 4 cemrsenlboei 5 Rlrgsmaorsi 6 Etdbehes 7 hpastawp 8 hulgisnt Charge yr brain and c if u can answer it Not so easy
  • Is swaal ka jwaab de dia to hum aapko maane! Ek chij aeisi hai jo Sukhi ho to 2kg Gili ho to 1kg Aur Jal jae to 3kg Its challenge 4u.

Es sawal ka jawab do to maane

1 ladki ne 20 saal ki umar me 1 box kharida
wo apne har birthday pe us mein Rs.250 daal deti
aur
uski behen us me se Rs.50 apne har birthday pe nikal leti,
ladki ki death 60 saal me huyi,
jab box khula to us me se srf Rs.500 nikle Q??
Its a challenge 4u ur frnds.

ANS = = = =
Kyuki ladki ka birthday 29 feb ko tha
40 sal me 29 feb 10 bar aya 250*10=2500
Aur uski bahan ne nikala 50*40=2000
Isliye uske pas 2500-2000=500
500 bache.

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • sawal ka jawab sms
  •  Is swaal ka jwaab de dia to hm aapko whtsapp k

Yeh 15 Cheezen hai jo hum roz dekhte hai,
Spelling theek karni hai..

01. Libngdsiu =
02. Evtlesnioi =
03. Miet =
04. Boilme =
05. Ishtr =
06. Agdrne =
07. Solho c=
08. sjdmai =
09. Tsere =
10. Yclecs =
11. Neplci =
12. Odosr =
13. Thgli =
14. Sglas =
15. Owilpl =

NOTE: Q No.1 ke 30 Marks hai,
Baki sabke 5-5 Marks ai.

TOTAL MARKS: 100
PASSING MARKS: 70%

Time Limit = 1 din, Solve It.

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • yeh 15 cheezen hai jo hum roz dekhte hai spelling theek karni hai 01 libngdsiu = 02 evtlesnioi = 03 miet = 04 boilme = 05 ishtr = 06 agdrne = 07 solho c= 08 sjdmai = 09 tsere = 10 yclecs = 11 neplci = 12 odosr = 13 thgli = 14 sglas = 15 owilpl = note: q n
  • puzzles question with answer in hindi

Ek ladki Ghar mein baithi thi.
Ghar ka darwaja under se band hai.
Ghar ke bahar ek Aadmi aata hai aur darwaja bajata hai.

Ladki: Kon Hai.?
Aadmi: Teri Sasu aur Meri Sasu ristey mein Maa Beti hai

To darwaje ke bahar wale Aadmi aur Ghar ke under wali Ladki mein kya Rishta hai.

Option
1 Pati
2 Bhai
3 Salla
4 Jeth
5 Jamaai
6 Sasur
7 Pitaa
8 Chacha
9 Mama
10 Nanad ka pati

Lets see who is giving right answer?

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • Ek ladki Ghar mein baithi thi Ghar ka darwaja under se band hai Ghar ke bahar ek Aadmi aata hai aur darwaja bajata hai Ladki: Kon Hai. Aadmi: Teri Sasu aur Meri Sasu ristey mein Maa Beti hai To darwaje ke bahar wale Aadmi aur Ghar ke under wali Ladki mei
  • Ek ladki Ghar mein Baithi thi Ghar ka darwaja under se band hai Ghar ke bahar ek Aadmi aata hai aur darwaja bajata hai Ladki: Kon Hai ?Aadmi: Teri Sasu aur Meri Sasu ristey mein Maa Beti haiTo darwaje ke bahar wale Aadmi aur Ghar ke under wali Ladki mein

Question-Answer Relationship (QAR) #ask #a #question #and #get #an #answer


#answer questions

#

Question-Answer Relationship (QAR)

More comprehension strategies

Why use question–answer relationship?

  • It can improve students’ reading comprehension.
  • It teaches students how to ask questions about their reading and where to find the answers to them.
  • It helps students to think about the text they are reading and beyond it, too.
  • It inspires them to think creatively and work cooperatively while challenging them to use higher-level thinking skills.

How to use question–answer relationship

1. Explain to students that there are four types of questions they will encounter. Define each type of question and give an example.

Four types of questions are examined in the QAR:

  • Right There Questions: Literal questions whose answers can be found in the text. Often the words used in the question are the same words found in the text.
  • Think and Search Questions: Answers are gathered from several parts of the text and put together to make meaning.
  • Author and You: These questions are based on information provided in the text but the student is required to relate it to their own experience. Although the answer does not lie directly in the text, the student must have read it in order to answer the question.
  • On My Own: These questions do not require the student to have read the passage but he/she must use their background or prior knowledge to answer the question.

2. Read a short passage aloud to your students.

3. Have predetermined questions you will ask after you stop reading. When you have finished reading, read the questions aloud to students and model how you decide which type of question you have been asked to answer.

4. Show students how find information to answer the question (i.e. in the text, from your own experiences, etc.).

Examples

Math

One Hen: How One Small Loan Made a Big Difference by Kate Smith Milway. illustrated by Eugenie Fernandes (Kids Can)

This fictionalized story of Kojo, a boy from Ghana, who changes his world with a small loan and one hen, is based on a real person. Kwabena Darko lives in West Africa and started a system of micro-loans in villages that would not otherwise have access. Additional resources and sources for further information allow readers to find out more.

How to Heal a Broken Wing by Bob Graham (Candlewick 2008)

Children often see what adults miss, and so it is when Will finds a pigeon with a broken wing on the sidewalk of a busy city. Will and his parents, help the bird recover over time then release it. Limited text and well paced and placed illustrations tell the affecting story.

Pale Male: Citizen Hawk of New York City by Janet Schulman. illustrated by Meilo So (Knopf)

Stunning watercolors evoke the height and breadth of New York City while a dramatic text relates the true story of a now-famous feathered resident, a hawk named Pale Male. The tension between the lifestyle of Pale Male and human residents as well as the fate of Pale Male’s mates and offspring create riveting reading.

I think that’s true for everyone–we are, after all, the ones hearing the text in our heads when we read and think about it.
It seems that the Common Core is trying to balance out the preponderance of text-to-self connections with “Hey, Look! There’s a Text! And an Author! And Skill used by the Author! Let’s take a look at what that is!”—because, truly, kids don’t need a teacher to help them identify text-to-self connections—most of them are pretty clear on what they’re thinking. They DO, however, need teachers to help them with the harder stuff.

My MA Thesis was an examination of American Lit textbooks from the late 80s to 2000 and the decline in post-text questioning was appalling. It all went from challenging, thoughtful analysis in 1989 to, “If you were a Puritan. ” from about 1996 onward.

Agree that we all have personal connections to texts that need to be acknowledged and respected. Also Agree that CCSS is trying to rebalance a long-out-of-whack pedagogical table which has left kids unable to do much OTHER than identify how everything connects to them.

Submitted by Heather (not verified) on June 3, 2014 – 9:07pm

Agreed! I know this is an old comment, but I just stumbled upon it. I’m concerned at the growing prevalence of “Connect to your life!” questions. Seems to encourage narcissism, something that this current generation of students certainly doesn’t need help developing.


5 Free Solutions To Create A Question-Answer Website – Web Resources Depot


#question answering websites

#

5 Free Solutions To Create A Question-Answer Website

Question answer websites (like Stack Overflow ) are great platforms for enabling communities to share knowledge and help each other.

Although they are kinda similar-in-function with the forum applications (check 9 Widely-Used And Free Forum Softwares ), the main focus is finding the (best) answers .

Here are 5 free and open source or hosted platforms to create your own question-answer website:

Question2Answer is an application that is built with PHP-MySQL that has a points-based reputation system.

Users can comment into any questions and they can be tagged.

It can betotallystyled with CSS and has an admin interface to manage the whole application.

QSQA enables anyone to instantly create a full-featured question-answer community where users can earn point/badges for their contribution.

It is written in Python and powered by the Django application framework.

Answerbase is a powerful and hosted service for creating Q A websites without any installation.

The front-end can be customized completely with the help of ready-to-use templates, ability to update every image/text and inserting custom CSS styles.

A feature-rich admin panel eases the management of the system, users and content.

Once the website is created, it gets a mobile-friendly version automatically and there is an API provided for integration with 3rd party products.

This question-answer application is written in Ruby, MongoMapper and MongoDB.

It is multilingual and, optionally, users can create their own websites in a free hosted platform rather than installing it.

Qwench is a simple-yet-functional application.

It comes with a points/rewards system, an entry can be posted as a knowledge-base article (for corporate sites) and it can be customized via CSS.

Qhub is a free hosted platform for creating a q a website where the look-feel can be customized and members can be managed easily.

You can optionally use a URL under Qhub or your own domain name.

And Others:

  • Stacked . it is an ASP.NET alternative but not improved for a while.
  • CNPROG . a pretty powerful one which is Django-powered (QSQA is a for of this application)
  • AskBot . a fork of CNPROG.

Question-Answer SMS #math #answers #free


#question answer sms

#

Question-Answer SMS – New! SMS Shayari

6 Sawal 6 Challenges :

1. Kis Shakhs Ka Birthday Har Saal Nahi Aata?

2. Dhoop Me Kya Chiz Nahi Sukh Sakti?

3. Kon Sa fal Mitha Hone Ke Bawjud bikta Nahi?

4. Konsi Chiz Hai JisKa Naam Lo to Wo Tut Jati Hai?

5. Woh Kaun Hai Jo Bagair Pair Ke Bhagta Hai or laut Kar Nahi Aata?

6. Kon si Machli Samandar mei Nahi Tair Sakti?

Answer these GK Questions if u r a Genius!

IT S CHALENG FOR U.
Reply in 24 hours You can send this sms to your all friends Your time start now
Dimag Lagao..Gyan Badhao

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • 6 sawal 6 challenges
  • 6 sawal 6 challenges answers

Is swaal ka jwaab de dia to hum aapko maane!

Ek chij aeisi hai jo
Sukhi ho to 2kg.
Gili ho to 1kg.
Aur
Jal jae to 3kg.

Its challenge 4u.

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • Challenge 4 u! These 8 things most people see daily in their life Rearrange the spelling and answer 1 kwolaclcl 2 Cbeofoka 3 Gilencafin 4 cemrsenlboei 5 Rlrgsmaorsi 6 Etdbehes 7 hpastawp 8 hulgisnt Charge yr brain and c if u can answer it Not so easy
  • Is swaal ka jwaab de dia to hum aapko maane! Ek chij aeisi hai jo Sukhi ho to 2kg Gili ho to 1kg Aur Jal jae to 3kg Its challenge 4u.

Es sawal ka jawab do to maane

1 ladki ne 20 saal ki umar me 1 box kharida
wo apne har birthday pe us mein Rs.250 daal deti
aur
uski behen us me se Rs.50 apne har birthday pe nikal leti,
ladki ki death 60 saal me huyi,
jab box khula to us me se srf Rs.500 nikle Q??
Its a challenge 4u ur frnds.

ANS = = = =
Kyuki ladki ka birthday 29 feb ko tha
40 sal me 29 feb 10 bar aya 250*10=2500
Aur uski bahan ne nikala 50*40=2000
Isliye uske pas 2500-2000=500
500 bache.

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • sawal ka jawab sms
  •  Is swaal ka jwaab de dia to hm aapko whtsapp k

Yeh 15 Cheezen hai jo hum roz dekhte hai,
Spelling theek karni hai..

01. Libngdsiu =
02. Evtlesnioi =
03. Miet =
04. Boilme =
05. Ishtr =
06. Agdrne =
07. Solho c=
08. sjdmai =
09. Tsere =
10. Yclecs =
11. Neplci =
12. Odosr =
13. Thgli =
14. Sglas =
15. Owilpl =

NOTE: Q No.1 ke 30 Marks hai,
Baki sabke 5-5 Marks ai.

TOTAL MARKS: 100
PASSING MARKS: 70%

Time Limit = 1 din, Solve It.

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • yeh 15 cheezen hai jo hum roz dekhte hai spelling theek karni hai 01 libngdsiu = 02 evtlesnioi = 03 miet = 04 boilme = 05 ishtr = 06 agdrne = 07 solho c= 08 sjdmai = 09 tsere = 10 yclecs = 11 neplci = 12 odosr = 13 thgli = 14 sglas = 15 owilpl = note: q n
  • puzzles question with answer in hindi

Ek ladki Ghar mein baithi thi.
Ghar ka darwaja under se band hai.
Ghar ke bahar ek Aadmi aata hai aur darwaja bajata hai.

Ladki: Kon Hai.?
Aadmi: Teri Sasu aur Meri Sasu ristey mein Maa Beti hai

To darwaje ke bahar wale Aadmi aur Ghar ke under wali Ladki mein kya Rishta hai.

Option
1 Pati
2 Bhai
3 Salla
4 Jeth
5 Jamaai
6 Sasur
7 Pitaa
8 Chacha
9 Mama
10 Nanad ka pati

Lets see who is giving right answer?

Search Terms for SMS Shayari:

  • Ek ladki Ghar mein baithi thi Ghar ka darwaja under se band hai Ghar ke bahar ek Aadmi aata hai aur darwaja bajata hai Ladki: Kon Hai. Aadmi: Teri Sasu aur Meri Sasu ristey mein Maa Beti hai To darwaje ke bahar wale Aadmi aur Ghar ke under wali Ladki mei
  • Ek ladki Ghar mein Baithi thi Ghar ka darwaja under se band hai Ghar ke bahar ek Aadmi aata hai aur darwaja bajata hai Ladki: Kon Hai ?Aadmi: Teri Sasu aur Meri Sasu ristey mein Maa Beti haiTo darwaje ke bahar wale Aadmi aur Ghar ke under wali Ladki mein

Question-Answer Relationship (QAR) #manswers #answers #list


#answer questions

#

Question-Answer Relationship (QAR)

More comprehension strategies

Why use question–answer relationship?

  • It can improve students’ reading comprehension.
  • It teaches students how to ask questions about their reading and where to find the answers to them.
  • It helps students to think about the text they are reading and beyond it, too.
  • It inspires them to think creatively and work cooperatively while challenging them to use higher-level thinking skills.

How to use question–answer relationship

1. Explain to students that there are four types of questions they will encounter. Define each type of question and give an example.

Four types of questions are examined in the QAR:

  • Right There Questions: Literal questions whose answers can be found in the text. Often the words used in the question are the same words found in the text.
  • Think and Search Questions: Answers are gathered from several parts of the text and put together to make meaning.
  • Author and You: These questions are based on information provided in the text but the student is required to relate it to their own experience. Although the answer does not lie directly in the text, the student must have read it in order to answer the question.
  • On My Own: These questions do not require the student to have read the passage but he/she must use their background or prior knowledge to answer the question.

2. Read a short passage aloud to your students.

3. Have predetermined questions you will ask after you stop reading. When you have finished reading, read the questions aloud to students and model how you decide which type of question you have been asked to answer.

4. Show students how find information to answer the question (i.e. in the text, from your own experiences, etc.).

Examples

Math

One Hen: How One Small Loan Made a Big Difference by Kate Smith Milway. illustrated by Eugenie Fernandes (Kids Can)

This fictionalized story of Kojo, a boy from Ghana, who changes his world with a small loan and one hen, is based on a real person. Kwabena Darko lives in West Africa and started a system of micro-loans in villages that would not otherwise have access. Additional resources and sources for further information allow readers to find out more.

How to Heal a Broken Wing by Bob Graham (Candlewick 2008)

Children often see what adults miss, and so it is when Will finds a pigeon with a broken wing on the sidewalk of a busy city. Will and his parents, help the bird recover over time then release it. Limited text and well paced and placed illustrations tell the affecting story.

Pale Male: Citizen Hawk of New York City by Janet Schulman. illustrated by Meilo So (Knopf)

Stunning watercolors evoke the height and breadth of New York City while a dramatic text relates the true story of a now-famous feathered resident, a hawk named Pale Male. The tension between the lifestyle of Pale Male and human residents as well as the fate of Pale Male’s mates and offspring create riveting reading.

I think that’s true for everyone–we are, after all, the ones hearing the text in our heads when we read and think about it.
It seems that the Common Core is trying to balance out the preponderance of text-to-self connections with “Hey, Look! There’s a Text! And an Author! And Skill used by the Author! Let’s take a look at what that is!”—because, truly, kids don’t need a teacher to help them identify text-to-self connections—most of them are pretty clear on what they’re thinking. They DO, however, need teachers to help them with the harder stuff.

My MA Thesis was an examination of American Lit textbooks from the late 80s to 2000 and the decline in post-text questioning was appalling. It all went from challenging, thoughtful analysis in 1989 to, “If you were a Puritan. ” from about 1996 onward.

Agree that we all have personal connections to texts that need to be acknowledged and respected. Also Agree that CCSS is trying to rebalance a long-out-of-whack pedagogical table which has left kids unable to do much OTHER than identify how everything connects to them.

Submitted by Heather (not verified) on June 3, 2014 – 9:07pm

Agreed! I know this is an old comment, but I just stumbled upon it. I’m concerned at the growing prevalence of “Connect to your life!” questions. Seems to encourage narcissism, something that this current generation of students certainly doesn’t need help developing.


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5 Free Solutions To Create A Question-Answer Website

Question answer websites (like Stack Overflow ) are great platforms for enabling communities to share knowledge and help each other.

Although they are kinda similar-in-function with the forum applications (check 9 Widely-Used And Free Forum Softwares ), the main focus is finding the (best) answers .

Here are 5 free and open source or hosted platforms to create your own question-answer website:

Question2Answer is an application that is built with PHP-MySQL that has a points-based reputation system.

Users can comment into any questions and they can be tagged.

It can betotallystyled with CSS and has an admin interface to manage the whole application.

QSQA enables anyone to instantly create a full-featured question-answer community where users can earn point/badges for their contribution.

It is written in Python and powered by the Django application framework.

Answerbase is a powerful and hosted service for creating Q A websites without any installation.

The front-end can be customized completely with the help of ready-to-use templates, ability to update every image/text and inserting custom CSS styles.

A feature-rich admin panel eases the management of the system, users and content.

Once the website is created, it gets a mobile-friendly version automatically and there is an API provided for integration with 3rd party products.

This question-answer application is written in Ruby, MongoMapper and MongoDB.

It is multilingual and, optionally, users can create their own websites in a free hosted platform rather than installing it.

Qwench is a simple-yet-functional application.

It comes with a points/rewards system, an entry can be posted as a knowledge-base article (for corporate sites) and it can be customized via CSS.

Qhub is a free hosted platform for creating a q a website where the look-feel can be customized and members can be managed easily.

You can optionally use a URL under Qhub or your own domain name.

And Others:

  • Stacked . it is an ASP.NET alternative but not improved for a while.
  • CNPROG . a pretty powerful one which is Django-powered (QSQA is a for of this application)
  • AskBot . a fork of CNPROG.

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4. Konsi Chiz Hai JisKa Naam Lo to Wo Tut Jati Hai?

5. Woh Kaun Hai Jo Bagair Pair Ke Bhagta Hai or laut Kar Nahi Aata?

6. Kon si Machli Samandar mei Nahi Tair Sakti?

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wo apne har birthday pe us mein Rs.250 daal deti
aur
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  • puzzles question with answer in hindi

Ek ladki Ghar mein baithi thi.
Ghar ka darwaja under se band hai.
Ghar ke bahar ek Aadmi aata hai aur darwaja bajata hai.

Ladki: Kon Hai.?
Aadmi: Teri Sasu aur Meri Sasu ristey mein Maa Beti hai

To darwaje ke bahar wale Aadmi aur Ghar ke under wali Ladki mein kya Rishta hai.

Option
1 Pati
2 Bhai
3 Salla
4 Jeth
5 Jamaai
6 Sasur
7 Pitaa
8 Chacha
9 Mama
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