Thank you for helping out with our research! Your involvement helps us to advance our understanding of reading comprehension. So before you start, please read the following instructuions carefully.
We would like to collect high level questions (e.g., questions marked by words like how and why) that occur to you as you read an article. So first, if you see some text in Context, please just read it as this appears before the sentences we ask you to annotate. Then, you will see the next chunk of the article sentence-by-sentence. For each sentence, we'd like to get at where in the sentence that you feel you'd like some elaboration or explanation, and what type of information you're seeking. For example, as you read the sentence
The executive Roland Arnall is well respected in the business world, and by some fair-lending advocates.
You might now wonder, why is Roland Arnall well-respected? In this case, the phrase well respected need to be elaborated!
So the above is our task: we ask you to read a part of an article one sentence at a time, and as you read each sentence: