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Helping student recognize that they already have prediction in their life, in other ways. Now it's time to connect it to reading!

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This would be a great way to show students how to infer texts that they are reading. A similar diagram could be composed on the computer and printed as a hand of for reading folders for students. Many students are just learning to infer about what they are reading at the beginning of 4th grade and it continues through to high school.

My English teacher in High School had a similar chart to remind us what we should be looking for while we read.

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ROOTS - big in 5th/6th grade Word Study. Plus, this blog has lots of other great anchor charts and organization ideas.

Cause and Effect anchor chart by mandy

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

hidden lessons -- what we REALLY mean when we ask simple questions. -- we could do with instruction charts like this for lots of typical questions. -- then miscommunication would go way down.

171-180 infers the author's specific purpose (term not used) for an informational passage (persuasive)