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LR and LR Question Families

QuestionAnswer
All [LR] questions contain what same 3 basic elements? Stimulus Prompt Answer Choices
What should you read 1st in LR questions? Prompt
What are the types of question families in LR? Implication Operation Characterization
What do Implication family questions require? Identification of statement that is "implied"
What might Implication questions ask you to do? must be true is most strongly supported must be false
In Implication questions, how should the statement in the stimulus be treated? As true
What do Operation family questions require? Operation on the "stimulus" You have to do something to the stimulus
What might Operation family questions ask you to do? Strengthen Weaken Prove Explain
What do Characterization family questions require? Characterize "stimulus" or some part of it Find some for of description of the stimulus
What might Characterization family questions ask you to ID? main point method of argumentation flaw [most common] role of a particular claim
must be true is most strongly supported must be false Implication Fam.
strengthen weaken prove explain Operation Fam.
main point method of argumentation flaw [most vulnerable to criticism on...] role of a particular claim Characterization Fam.
In Operation family questions, how should the statement in the stimulus be treated? As though it it were true
Created by: KyronCox