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    Making Inferences

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    Good read aloud to share with struggling readers; builds context and situations for character inferences

    Amazon.com: For the Duration: the War Years (A 26 Fairmount Avenue Book) (9780399252099): Tomie dePaola: Books

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    Lots of opportunities for inferences in this short picture book.

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    Questions to help students think about characters--can go way beyond just identifying character names!

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    Two letters at the end of the book invite readers to rethink the entire plot...Santa Calls by William Joyce

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    Character Traits Activity for iPads.

    Frolyc | Character Traits | Common Core Standard RL 3.3, 4.3

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    Discuss multiple character emotions with this video--how do the different people respond to the unexpected music?

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    Tips for helping students to understand dialogue

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    "Waiting for a White Knight" in this book is a great story for teaching visualizing and changing visual images. Fire and Wings: Dragon Tales from East and West

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    Tight Times (Picture Puffins) by Barbara Shook Hazen

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    The Goldilocks Variations: A Pop-up Book by Allan Ahlberg

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    A Finder's Magic by Philippa Pearce

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    An Octopus at Home - an activity I authored on Frolyc. Frolyc - Create. Publish. Inspire!

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    Black Bears and People - an activity I authored on Frolyc. Frolyc - Create. Publish. Inspire!

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    Nice for showing how readers combine background knowledge with text clues.

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    In My Classroom: The Forest and the Trees: Making inferences: Setting

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    A good book for character emotions, setting details, and how the setting contributes to the conflict.

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    A quick read and perfect for modeling how to make inferences about a "broad" setting for the events

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    Short stories by Jean Craighead George; great for modeling the use of background knowledge to make inferences

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    Another great book for nature inferences

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    Great for examples of real life inferences!

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    Revised for 2013! This file includes resources, lesson plans, and stories for teaching students how to infer character emotions and character trait...

    Character Traits and Emotions: Making Inferences

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    Tight Times (Picture Puffins): Barbara Shook Hazen, Trina Schart Hyman

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    Shortcut: Donald Crews. Amazon.com: Books

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    Frindle by Andrew Clements. Excellent for looking at direct and indirect character development.

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    Great for older readers. Gleam and Glow: Eve Bunting, Peter Sylvada: Amazon.com: Books

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