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A collection of photos to use when teaching inference.

A collection of photos to use when teaching inference..... what a great resource, all on a pinterest board. You could also use them for writing.

A collection of photos to use when teaching inference. Can be used for expression in singing or movement.

A collection of photos to use when teaching inference. What an awesome idea! The kids would love it.

A collection of photos to use when teaching inference-writing station, minilesson practice.

A collection of photos to use when teaching inference..... a collection of photos

thinking of you Caroline A collection of photos to use when teaching inference.

A collection of photos to use when teaching inference. "Picture Talks"

A collection of photos to use when teaching kids to make inferences.

Inference photos

An entire pinboard dedicated to pictures that assist in teaching inference

An entire pinboard dedicated to pictures that assist in teaching inference - great example of using Pinterest as a teaching tool, not just curation

An entire pinboard dedicated to pictures that assist in teaching inference.... excellent prep is all done... thanks!

An entire pinboard dedicated to pictures that assist in teaching inference @Amanda Snelson Snelson Disseler

An entire pinboard dedicated to pictures that assist in teaching inference. These are great springboards for writing, small group discussions, and building thinking skills. Maybe some could become a catalyst for writing a Readers Theater script? ;) What fun!

An entire pinboard dedicated to pictures that assist in teaching inference Can be used for reading or science observations too.

An entire pinboard dedicated to pictures that assist in teaching inference!! Totally awesome and ready to use!!

An entire pinboard dedicated to pictures that assist in teaching inference. This is awesome, especially for special ed students.

Pictures to teach Inferencing

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Inference Activity. Love this!

Crime Scene Inference! Set up a crime scene for a fun inference activity. Encourage kids to use their inference skills to investigate mispla...

E is for Explore!: Crime, Scene, Inference, Trash! Inference game: Put "clean" garbage in a bag for each group. Have group guess whose trash it is, how many people might live the house, what their interests are, etc. all by using their inference skills of the evidence set before them. This is also a good beginning of the year activity to introduce kids to CCSS's evidence-based answers. This could even be done at a writing station.

E is for Explore!: Crime, Scene, Inference, Trash! Social inferencing activities

Crime scene Inference Activity. Love this!

Crime scene Inference Activity.

Crime Scene Inference! Set up a crime scene for a fun inference activity. Encourage kids to use their inference skills to investigate misplaced and random objects in the classroom! Mess up the room slightly while kids leave for computer class, a library visit, music, etc. Make sure that the changes are noticeable to spark curiosity in the students. Then, put some pretend caution tape across the door entrance (make out of paper). When the kids return back to class tell them that they are going to transform into mini detectives! Pass out badges and tell them not to touch or move anything! Have their journals out and ready to pass out. Next, as a class, go around the room and look for things that are out of place. Tell the kids to point out things that don't seem right. Then, write the out of place items in their journal. After they record the items, encourage students to make inferences about what they found. Inference Examples: Knock over the trash can - Someone was in a hurry to escape! Leave 2 empty cans of soda and a bag of chips - There were two hungry people who like junk food. Put out a pair of headphones - One of them likes music. Sit out a basketball - They like to play sports, especially basketball. Maybe they were going to play a game. Lay out an opened book out - They read a story. They like to read. Banana peel - Someone likes fruit. They shared a banana. Maybe one of the intruders slipped on the banana when they tried to escape. Get creative!  Questions to Ask: How many people came into the room? 2 Why did they come into our classroom? - To learn, play with us Is anything missing? - No Why were they in a hurry to leave? - They were nervous to stay because they aren't in our class. Clues from the Trash: Who's in the family? Fill a clean empty trash bag with "clean garbage" and encourage kids to use their inference skills to make guesses about "the family." Trash Examples (all emptied): Dog food - they have a dog Shaving cream - someone hairy, dad Baby food jar - baby in the family Carry out menu - they like to eat out Lipstick tube - mom or teen girl Picture of Justin Bieber - kid / teen with a crush, likes music Box of crayons - someone likes to color, kid Popcorn bag - they watched a movie Get creative! You can put some crazy things in the bag to get kids to think out of the box! Questions to Ask: How many people in the family? - Maybe six: dad, mom, baby, kid, teen, dog What are their interests? - Music, art, movies, eating out

pictures for teaching inferences | ... Podcast – Using Inference to Read « Anita's Tips, Tricks & Weblinks

pictures for teaching inferences | ... Podcast – Using Inference to Read « Anita's Tips, Tricks Weblinks

Comprehension strategy--teaching inference: I'm going to have the kids use narrable to record their inferences!

pictures for teaching inferences | ... Podcast – Using Inference to Read

inference image...what happened just before this picture was taken?

Oh, you mean the story of my life? Yeah

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Entire Pinboard of Photographs to use when working on Inference. Includes suggestions on their use! Outstanding!

Inferring Picture - Entire Pinboard of Photographs to use when working on Inference! This is awesome!

Entire Pinboard of Photographs to use when working on Making Inferences! Soooo using these in the classroom

FREE inference photos - an entire Pinboard of Photographs to use when working on Inference!

Entire Pinboard of Photographs to use when working on making inferences.

An entire Pinboard of Photographs to use when teaching Inference skills

Making inferences pictures

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Inferencing Pictures

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Teaching Point of View

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View with Pictures! This is an amazing way to teach literacy skills!

Writing and visual representing Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View with Pictures! This is an amazing way to teach literacy skills!

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View / This would be a smart activity to at the begging of fifth with historical thinking.

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View with Pictures! bullying in education

Teaching With a Mountain View – Teaching Point of View with Pictures! This is an amazing way to teach literacy skills! More Mountain View, Idea, Point Of View, Language Art, Points Of View, Teaching Points, Literacy Skills, Writing Activities, Teaching Literacy Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View with Pictures! This is an amazing way to teach literacy skills! Love this idea Teaching Point of View - great writing activity to explore different perspectives from an authors view

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View. toy story activity

Point of view lesson plan

My Adventures Teaching : Plot

Using foldables in interactive notebooks. "My Adventures Teaching : Plot" Mrs. Densen teaches English 8 Honors and English 9 in a Utah junior high school. This link includes lots of pictures and easy-to-follow directions.

My Adventures Teaching : Plot, Interactive Notebooks ...middle school english blog link

Teaching PLOT using an interactive notebook...- create reading notebooks this tear

Interactive notebook foldable - elements of plot diagram and definitions

All about the flip books and interactive notebooks! Next year!

Flip Chart : Plot, Interactive Notebooks

Interactive Notebook Ideas.

Plot teaching idea

I love teaching the Elements of Literature! I think it's vital to students understanding what it takes to make a good story (long or short) so they are able to add it to their own stories. Today we expanded from Monday's foldable for PLOT. See the EofLit foldable. We created a page for the basic steps of PLOT: PLOT: sequence of events, cause/effect, conflict, relationships. *the storyline* EXPOSITION: meet the characters; learn about the setting (time & place; where/when); conflict/problem is introduced RISING ACTION: conflict(s) develop; suspense builds CLIMAX: turning point; character faces conflict; main character's attitude changes FALLING ACTION: loose ends are tied up; conflict(s) are being solved RESOLUTION: reasonable ending; conflict is "resolved" (taken care of Using the idea for Dinah Zike's "Layered Notebook Foldable, I created a 4"x6" box with a 1/2" border at the top. I was able to fit two on each page then photo-copied them onto six different colors (I chose "fall" colors...you can choose anything!). Each page supplied two students with boxes; I had them cut them out on the solid black lines. Then, I had them write the above terms and definitions on their papers (one on each paper for a total of six.) NOTE: I created an "Anchor Chart" of the basic page and had that on my whiteboard. I made copies of each page on an 8-1/2"x11" sheet of paper in the colors I wanted them to use and showed them how to layer them using magnets. I LOVED the Anchor Chart idea! {it was fun writing REALLY big! :) }Then we glued them in the Interactive Notebook, dated and titled it, then added it to the Table of Contents. All in all, I'd say it went well. It took about 30 minutes to complete (less if they focuses...more if they talked...).  Anchor Chart and notes at the beginning of class. What it looked like by the end of class. Sample in the Interactive Notebook. Sample page layout. One-tab Layered Masters

Inference: What happened? What makes you think so?

A Pinterest Board Dedicated to Pictures for Teaching Inference - Many would also be great as writing prompts. Picture of the day...

A Pinterest Board from Minds in Bloom Dedicated to Pictures for Teaching Inference - Many would also be great as writing prompts. Here's the link: http://pinterest.com/reallyrachel/inference-with-pictures/

A Pinterest board from Rachel at Minds in Bloom dedicated to pictures for teaching inference. Many would also be great as writing prompts!

A Pinterest Board Dedicated to Pictures for Teaching Inference - Here's the link: http://pinterest.com/reallyrachel/inference-with-pictures/

Picture Prompt - INFERENCE: What happened? What makes you think so?

Inference: What happened? What makes you think so? Journal prompt.

A Pinterest Board Dedicated to Pictures for Teaching Inference -

Teaching Inferencing.

Inference Picture

Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. LOVE this idea!!

Observation, inference and prediction with National Geographic Picture of the Day. Great writing prompts

students make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. Great daily opener for science, great picture prompt for Writing. More pics at National Geographic.

Use National Geographics Picture of the Day - Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. This would be good for English/Language Arts classes, journalism, as well as history classes. I did something similar to this with Life magazine photos.

OBSERVE, INFER, PREDICT Display a picture as a warm up (you can get the pictures from a variety of sources but this is from National Geographic's Picture of the Day). Have students make five observations. Then have students make five inferences. Finally make five predictions. Do this every day and it really drives home the difference between those three key inquiry vocabulary terms.

Help Students Differentiate Between Observations, Inferences and Predictions Using National Geographic Picture of the Day. Good bellwork

Put a picture up (National Geographic's picture of the day works well). Ask students to make five OBSERVATIONS, five INFERENCES and five PREDICTIONS. Use as a writing prompt starter.

Use National Geographics Picture of the Day - Students view different photo each day and make observations, inferences, and predictions.

Science-picture of the day activity. Teaches- inference/prediction/observation

Reading inferences - picture of the day activity

Teaching with a Touch of Twang: Notice and Note Book Study: Defining Signposts (Freebies Giveaway)

Notice Note Signposts for Texts | Teaching with a Touch of Twang

Notice and Note Signpost bookmark

Defining Signposts - bookmarks

Notice and Notebook Study.

Note and Notice check card

Notice and Note Signposts

Notice and Note Bookmark

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Teaching Figurative Language with Media

Use these short videos to teach older children figurative language and inferences…fantastic post!

Use these short videos to teach older children figurative language and inferences #figurative #language #video #hyperbole

Teaching figurative language with media: Short videos to teach figurative language (personification, hyperbole, onomatopoeia)

Use these short videos to teach older children figurative language and inferences…fantastic post from the blog "All Access Pass".

I found a few video clips from YouTube that help advertise different types of figurative language and literary terms in class. To read more about my philosophy and approach to using media and visu...

Use these short videos to teach children figurative language- onomonopia, hyperbole, and personification.

These short video clips show students examples of figurative language that they will enjoy!

Teaching inference and figurative language to older kids.

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Teaching vocabulary with creativity using my "Vocabulary Scattergories" activity with extensions to use with any novel or story.

GREAT VOCAB GAMEs Teaching vocabulary with creativity using my "Vocabulary Scattergories" activity with extensions to use with any novel or story.

Teaching vocabulary with creativity using my "Vocabulary Scattergories" activity with extensions to use with any novel or story. ****awesome i really like how this sounds :) and is hunger games based on the link

Teaching vocabulary with creativity using my "Vocabulary Scattergories" activity with extensions to use with any novel or story - disregard the hunger games junk

Teach Vocabulary With Creativity. Several ideas here based on Scattergories, Scrabble, etc. Use with Bananagrams!

Teach Vocabulary With Creativity. Could be fun break games for GT students

Teaching vocabulary with creativity. #vocabulary #ELA #engchat

Teach Vocabulary With Creativity: Vocabulary Scattergories

Hunger Games Lessons: Teaching Vocabulary with Creativity

Fun vocabulary idea!

EXCELLENT short film to teach inferring.

One Man Band Pixar Studios EXCELLENT short film to teach inferring. This a great Pixar short!

Inference Lesson Clip: One Man Band Pixar Studios EXCELLENT short film to teach inferring.

EXCELLENT short film to teach inferring-I love the PIXAR short films!

use pixar short films to teach inferring, cause & effect, etc.

Great short film to teach inferring. Videos will be in PARRC

Pixar inference video

Inference video

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"partly cloudy" (2009) a pixar cgi animated short film written & directed by peter sohn. such a great message.

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Partly Cloudy {Pixar Short} Great for inferring the character's feelings, foreshadowing and cause and effect

Partly Cloudy {Pixar Short} Great for inferring the character's feelings. Adrienne Gear's Reading Powers- 'Infer'

P is for Partly Cloudy | The Disney Pixar short film is great for inferencing.

Partly Cloudy Pixar Animation. Great for teaching inferences

Partly Cloudy Pixar Short Film - YouTube

Partly Cloudy #pixar #short movie

Inferencing video

Power sentences anchor chart

Crafting power sentences - Great anchor chart created over series lessons on word choices for mood (if reproduce this anchor chart -remember to change "creeped" to crept)

Crafting power sentences - great anchor chart created over series lessons on word choices for mood

anchor chart for crafting power sentences. Love the different examples for different moods!

Writing – Mood & Crafting Power Sentences anchor chart

Power sentences @DeAnna Lemaster Thomas..Writing idea

Anchor chart for crafting better sentences

Power Sentences... fifth grade writing

Sentence structure

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Inference

Free inference cards! Hooray! Slow to load, (or maybe it's just my internet connection) but worth the wait! Thank you, Michelle Oakes!!!

Inference Cards - I like anything w/ pics to help our ELL kiddos

Free Inference Cards - Blog Source: Fabulous in First

Free inference cards!#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Read with a partner: Inference cards

Fabulous in First: Inferring Cards

free inferring cards!

inferencing cards

4 inferring cards

For The Birds by Pixar - YouTube. Great for teaching inferencing.

This is my fav Pixar short film. For The Birds by Pixar - YouTube. Great for teaching inferencing.

2 Fig 19D Make inferences about text For The Birds by Pixar - YouTube. Great for teaching inferencing. Very funny! My students loved this. :)

For The Birds by Pixar - YouTube. Great for teaching inferencing. Very funny! My students loved this. :) #compartirvideos #videowatsapp

For The Birds by Pixar - YouTube. Great for teaching inferencing. Also can be used to discuss bullying

For The Birds by Pixar - YouTube. Great for teaching inferencing. Very funny! My students loved this. :)

For The Birds by Pixar - YouTube. Great for teaching inference. :)

Pixar birds on a wire short film

My favorite disney short

funny birds

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Tips for Teaching Inference

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Ideas for grades 1-6. Provides ideas and inference cards to strategize inferencing that can be used in ELA portion of a unit

Tips for Teaching Inference and other language arts http://www.minds-in-bloom.com/2012/02/tips-for-teaching-inference.html

Great reminder for language instruction: Teaching Inference | Minds in Bloom I often use the task cards mentioned as well as pictures depending on the student.

Tips for Teaching Inference | Minds in Bloom - I have a hard time interpreting this concept. Maybe this will help!

Tips for Teaching Inference | Minds in Bloom...pin now-look later

Tips for Teaching Inference | Minds in Bloom #momentuminteaching

Tips for Teaching Inference | Minds in Bloom, 5th Grade

Ideas for grades 1-6. Lots of reading ideas.

Teaching Inference | Lesson Ideas

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Guessing game/file folder game....great for teaching inference and inferring skills! (@Kirstin Nielsen Teschner think you can make these?)

Learning Station for Infering-it's a brass instrument and has a slide. It's a note that's usually worth one beat, it tells us how many beats are going to be in each group

Guessing game/file folder game....great for teaching inference and inferring skills!

Made In The Shade In 2nd Grade: Inferring

A file folder game to practice inference

Inferencing Folders Library Center

Inferencing idea

Center Idea

Teaching about character traits

Great page that shows different character traits. I will use this page for writing ideas. AND ITS FREE!!!!

Classroom: Reading / Writing. Character Traits grouped with similar traits. Where was this 2 weeks ago when I really needed it?!

Classroom: Reading / Writing. Character Traits grouped with similar traits. Use to compare and contrast.

Classroom: Reading / Writing. Character Traits grouped with similar traits. Use to compare and contr ast. What are the subtle differences? Would be great to transfer these into a web organizer.

Classroom: Reading / Writing. Character Traits grouped with similar traits. Use to compare and contrast. What are the subtle differences?

Classroom: Reading / Writing. Character Traits grouped with similar traits. Good for when kinds can't come up with a better word than 'nice'

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Writing Character Traits

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Love this idea for teaching schema.

Love this idea for teaching schema. I already do the schema roller but love the added sheet Comprehensions connections book

Crisscross Applesauce In First Grade: Observation and a **Schema Freebie** Teaching Schema with a lint roller @Those Whimsies I just threw one of those away today!

Love this idea for teaching schema!After picking up each piece of paper with my schema roller I talked about how our brains are like that sticky roller. The things we see, hear, do, read all get stuck in our brains - just like the pieces of paper stuck to this sticky roller.

Love this idea for teaching schema. I haven't done this. Use the schema roller and the added sheet.

Teaching schema using lint rollers. They usually have these at Target for $1 in the dollar spot.

Schema Awesomeness - fantastic way to teach schema - love our sticky brains!! LINT ROLLER

Great for teaching Schema... Check out this blog for a book on reading comprehension.

Love this idea for teaching schema, using a lint roller as a visual. fantastica! `d.

Schema lesson from Comprehension Connections. Just bought this book.