Use a picture of the day (like form National Geographic). Have students make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions about the picture. Do this every day to drive home the difference between the three. Ideas, Reading, Inference, National Geographic, Writing Prompts, Mornings Work, Science Notebooks, Student View, Geographic Pictures
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Use the National Geographic Photo of the Day to get scholars observing, inferring, and predicting. You can do this in humanities, ELA, and science. Great for morning work.
Put a picture up on the document camera (National Geographic's picture of the day works well). Ask students to make five OBSERVATIONS, five INFERENCES and five PREDICTIONS. Doing this a couple of times a week will drive home the difference between these concepts.
Picture of the Day - maybe in small groups. Find a shocking or interesting picture. Use it to help students generate authentic questions and discussion. Can start group time with writing questions and ideas down about the picture.