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How to Answer Constructed Response Questions
How to Answer Constructed Response Questions
Constructed Response Questions:
Constructed Response Questions:
Question: What are two characteristics of mammals
Question: What are two characteristics of mammals
Name two kinds of overhead serves in volleyball
Name two kinds of overhead serves in volleyball
Writing Tips for Your Response:
Writing Tips for Your Response:
Prewriting, continued
Prewriting, continued
Writing:
Writing:
Writing, continued:
Writing, continued:
Question: How does the word "person" give you a clue as to the meaning
Question: How does the word "person" give you a clue as to the meaning
Answer: The word person lets me know that personification means that
Answer: The word person lets me know that personification means that
As you see, these are short answer questions and are not meant to be
As you see, these are short answer questions and are not meant to be
Name your two favorite teachers and give a reason why each one is your
Name your two favorite teachers and give a reason why each one is your
Share your answer with a partner near you
Share your answer with a partner near you
Is the answer explained with specific details
Is the answer explained with specific details
Another example: Explain the difference between general and specific
Another example: Explain the difference between general and specific
Share your answer with a partner near you
Share your answer with a partner near you
Is the answer explained with specific details
Is the answer explained with specific details
Remember: Never leave the answer on the constructed response questions
Remember: Never leave the answer on the constructed response questions
think - to exercise the powers of judgment, conception, or inference
think - to exercise the powers of judgment, conception, or inference

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How to Answer Constructed Response Questions

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1 How to Answer Constructed Response Questions

How to Answer Constructed Response Questions

Writing Practice

2 Constructed Response Questions:

Constructed Response Questions:

Ask you to apply your knowledge and understanding in a short written answer. On standardized tests, these short written answers are scored as 0,1,2,3, or 4 points. A full 4 point response answers all 4 parts of the question, usually two, two-part questions.

3 Question: What are two characteristics of mammals

Question: What are two characteristics of mammals

Give two examples. Two characteristics of mammals are they are warm-blooded (1 point) and give birth to their young(2 points). Two examples of mammals are humans (3 points) and bears (4 points).

Lets look at some examples: (We will start out with simple examples.)

4 Name two kinds of overhead serves in volleyball

Name two kinds of overhead serves in volleyball

Explain the benefits of using each one. Tip: Identify the four parts of the question. Answer: Two kinds of overhead serves are the top spin and the floater. Top spin would be used for speed projection and the floater for height. Tip: Count the four parts of the answer.

Another example:

5 Writing Tips for Your Response:

Writing Tips for Your Response:

Prewriting: Read the entire prompt. Identify and underline key words in the question, such as: explain, elaborate, illustrate. Restate the prompt in your own words to be sure that you understand it.

6 Prewriting, continued

Prewriting, continued

Make a list of the items you are supposed to identify in your answer. Make a list of reasons that will support your answer.

7 Writing:

Writing:

Use the question to form your topic sentence. (Use the same terms in the question for the first sentence of your paragraph answer!) Make sure you include all FOUR parts of the question in your answer. Remember, you get a point for each part you answer correctly!

8 Writing, continued:

Writing, continued:

Make sure you EXPLAIN each item with a concrete detailsomething specific!

9 Question: How does the word "person" give you a clue as to the meaning

Question: How does the word "person" give you a clue as to the meaning

of personification? Why do you think a writer would want to use personification in a poem? List two examples of personification found in the poem at left.

Another example:

The sky is low THE sky is low, the clouds are mean, A travelling flake of snow Across a barn or through a rut Debates if it will go. A narrow wind complains all day How some one treated him; Nature, like us, is sometimes caught Without her diadem. Emily Dickinson

10 Answer: The word person lets me know that personification means that

Answer: The word person lets me know that personification means that

some object in the poem has qualities or actions like a person.(1 point) A poet might use personification to help us feel a relationship to the object. (2 points) The clouds are mean (3 points) and narrow wind complains (4 points) are both examples of personification.

11 As you see, these are short answer questions and are not meant to be

As you see, these are short answer questions and are not meant to be

answered as an essay. Identify the four parts of the question asked, then make sure that your response answers each of the four parts. No answer at all gets 0 points! Answering 1 part of the question correctly counts as 1 point, 2 parts = 2 points, and so on.

12 Name your two favorite teachers and give a reason why each one is your

Name your two favorite teachers and give a reason why each one is your

favorite.

Now you try one alone:

13 Share your answer with a partner near you

Share your answer with a partner near you

Check your partners answer. Does the answer begin with restating the question? Has your partner answered all four parts of the question? Score the answer 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 according to completeness.

14 Is the answer explained with specific details

Is the answer explained with specific details

Give your partner feedback about their response. Tell your partner how they could have scored more points or explained their answer better.

15 Another example: Explain the difference between general and specific

Another example: Explain the difference between general and specific

goals. Give examples of each in your explanation.

16 Share your answer with a partner near you

Share your answer with a partner near you

Check your partners answer. Does the answer begin with restating the question? Has your partner answered all four parts of the question? Score the answer 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 according to completeness.

17 Is the answer explained with specific details

Is the answer explained with specific details

Give your partner feedback about their response. Tell your partner how they could have scored more points or explained their answer better.

18 Remember: Never leave the answer on the constructed response questions

Remember: Never leave the answer on the constructed response questions

blank; this will get zero points! Always attempt to answer the question. Every part of a correct answer equals 1 point. Try to answer all four parts. Good luck!

19 think - to exercise the powers of judgment, conception, or inference

think - to exercise the powers of judgment, conception, or inference

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