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Inference Lessons

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This 43-slide PowerPoint is a step-by-step presentation that teaches students how to make inferences as they read. It begins with 4 introduction slides, and then 16 example slides that includes thought bubbles. The PowerPoint concludes with six test-prep passages. $

Making Inferences with Poetry: Great Blog Post, with FREE resources!!!

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Making Inferences with Poetry

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Making Inferences: Activities and Games

Free Inferences Activities and Games

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Making Inferences in 1st and 2nd grade: books, lessons, and freebies to helps students with this tricky skill!

Finding Nemo - My Bubbles (Inferencing Activity)

Inferring (Schema + Evidence = Inference) with Thinking Stems

Good visual for students. They can see that you use both text information and background knowledge.

Excellent video on MOOD and TONE--students must be able to infer meaning simply from "reading" the visuals.

Inference Obect-This old discolored t-shirt (with many holes and paint stains) is a great way to help students infer and support with evidence. The question, "Who Wears this Shirt?" is posed at the beginning of the lesson. Using the template from above, I write my students' responses under "Inference". Then I link their inferences with all of the evidence with arrows. For example, one student said the person must have a lot of wild animals in their home (inference) because there are so many hole

Strategies for Reading Comprehension

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Inferences Worksheet

You searched for inferences?s=inferences - Have Fun Teaching

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FREE Inferring Character Traits Through Dialogue Graphic Organizer, anchor charts, and ideas for mini-lessons!- Young Teacher Love Blog

Inferential Questions to Ask During Reading FREEBIE!

Inferential Questions to Ask During Reading FREEBIE!

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Using Cartoons to Teach Inferences Freebie

1.) Tape a name of a celebrity, teacher in the school, or tv character on each students back. Their job is to figure out who they are! 2.) Teach them how to ask… “What am I like?” and phrases like “I know that already”, “What else?” and, of course..”YOU ARE _______” could be used for inferencing This would be good to use for academic vocabulary

Smartboard - Inferring Balloon Pop

Inferring Balloon Pop

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