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Factual Vs. Inferential Questions
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by Natasha Quinonez
| 12 Questions
Note from the author:
factual and inferential questions
1
1 pt
Which type of question has the answer directly in the story?
A. Factual Question
B. Inference Question
2
3 pts
Step 1: Can you make a guess on how this guy feels? (Then circle the clues)
Step 2: Write above the picture if you think this is a factual or inferential question.
Step 3: Then write under the picture how he is feeling.
3
1 pt
What makes up inferential questions based on our SIM Inferencing Strategy book? (Select all that apply)
A. Big Picture Questions
B. Predicting Questions
C. Clarifying Questions
D. In your face Questions
4
1 pt
Factual questions are hard.
True
False
5
1 pt
Inferential questions are easy and the answers are usually in your face.
True
False
6
1 pt
There is usually evidence to answer both factual and inferential questions.
True
False
7
1 pt
Think and Seek Questions are also known as ____________.
A. Inferential Questions
B. Factual Questions
8
1 pt
Using only the keyword "Where" in a question make it a ________________.
A. Factual Question
B. Inferential Question
9
1 pt
Using only the keyword "How many" in a question make it a ________________.
A . Factual Question
B . Inferential Question
10
1 pt
Using only the keyword "When" in a question make it a ________________.
A. Inferential Question
B. Factual Question
11
1 pt
Using only the keyword "Who" in a question make it a ________________.
A. Inferential Question
B. Factual Question
12
1 pt
Using background knowledge + Text clues = an educated guess is a _______________.
A. Facutal Question
B. Inferential Question
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