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The Role of Inferences in Comprehension & Critical Reading,
Transcript of The Role of Inferences in Comprehension & Critical Reading,
The Role of Inferences in Comprehension & Critical Reading, RDG 099-Chapter 6
Making an inference about a person's character begins with careful notice of ...who? what? where?
Which of the following sentences suggests a character who is anxious?
He sauntered in.
He leaped from the edge.
Sometimes more than one inference can be made from a series of facts.
When you make an inference, what are you deciding?
. . .what information underlies the facts you know.
You need to consider all the inferences that
might be supported by the information in what you read because -