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    Everyone deserves a perfect world!

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    Making an Inference Anchor Chart (inferring) *****

    My Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts - One Stop Teacher Shop

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    Inferences

    ABC/ Word Study Task Cards and Anchor Charts

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    After creating the fiction packet (Making Inferences) , I wanted to expose my students to inferring with non-fiction. I chose 11 interesting and influential people and tried to write about them in a way my students could draw conclusions and make inferenc

    Nonfiction Inferring ~ 11 Mini Passages Influential People

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    Teaching about character traits through inference. Students choose a character trait, then back it up with evidence from the text and their own schema. Cute, rigorous, standards based assignment.

    Character and Inference

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

    Making Inferences with Poetry

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    Inference!

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    Books for Making Inferences and Predictions ~ fantastic texts for teaching kids to "read between the lines" | This Reading Mama

    Books for Making Inferences and Predictions

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    Braxton - Animated Short Film By Brad Warren For teaching inferences. Something that kids can relate to!

    Braxton - Animated Short Film By Brad Warren

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    inference short video 2 min - use for a class starter - Ask - What did the larva put in their mouths? What clues led you to believe....?

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    Inferences. Make something to help/have all year since its hit so hard on test as is difficult for the kiddos

    Inferring

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    Great observation vs. inference crime activity. Also, complex anchor chart-- can I simplify this?

    Language Arts Anchor Charts

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    Pigeon: Impossible Wordless film. Great for inferring right from the get go...Infer the setting, the profession of the man, what might happen, character feelings based on actions and expressions...really good.

    Pigeon: Impossible

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    Books for Making Inferences and Predictions ~ fantastic texts for teaching kids to "read between the lines" | This Reading Mama

    Books for Making Inferences and Predictions

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    Differences between Inference and Prediction. Excellent to use when introducing inferences. Students can tell what they know about predictions, and then learn about how inferencing is different.

    The Difference Between Inference & Prediction

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    Classroom Crime Scene writing activity. How fun!

    Classroom Crime Scene

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    Inferring Character Traits Through Dialogue (Plus a Free Graphic Organizer!) - Young Teacher Love Blog

    Inferring Character Traits Through Dialogue (Plus a Free Graphic Organizer!) - Young Teacher Love

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    Creating an inferred character sketch of a book character. Uses direct quotes from the text and background schema.

    Character and Inference

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    Mystery Box for making inferences.: Mystery Box for making inferences.

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    Great Step-by-step anchor chart for citing evidence and making inferences.

    Stepping up the Evidence! 3-8 Anchor Chart

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    Books for Making Inferences and Predictions ~ fantastic texts for teaching kids to "read between the lines" | This Reading Mama

    Books for Making Inferences and Predictions

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    Writing Pin 2: Scene of the Crime Writing: Set up a fake crime scene. Then have all the children to gather around and examine the scene of the crime. After they have all looked at the crime scene have them return to their desk and tell them to write a story about what they thought happened. This will make some interesting stories, but I would use this in only 4th or 5th grade.

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    When we are studying inferences, I use a chart very similar to the K-W-L chart.  This is our O-Q-I chart (I call it our "okee" chart).  When we are reading a text for the first time, I hand out three stickies to each student.  They must make an observation (I know that ...), a question (I wonder what/why ...), and an inference (I think ...).  We then post the stickies on the chart at the end of the lesson (kind of like their exit slip, only they don't get to 'exit'), and then we revisit the c...

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    Inference Bags-This would be great for fifth graders, but instead of objects in the bags, write the name of a historical person or a frictional character to put in the bag.

    Inference Bags!

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    How to Make an Inference Board~This is a great way to teach inferences. My students' ability to infer greatly improved using this technique. Click the image for illustrated, step-by-step directions that show how to make an inference board.

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