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Inferences

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Kimberley Hays

on 21 September 2014

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Transcript of Inferences

What is
making an
inference
all about?
Making Inferences
Whenever you
figure out

something that the author
does not tell
you in a
passage, you are
making an
inference
!
Clues from the Text
What
Helps
You to Make an Inference?
In the morning, we noticed that the trees were uprooted and homes were missing their rooftops
.
Let's Make Some Inferences!
I hear a loud "thwack" as the ball flies high in the air. The crowd roars with excitement and I run fast before the ball is brought back.
One More Inference...
Now it's Your Turn!
What I Already Know
Make an Inference
- Use what
you know

from your own life.
What can
YOU INFER
from this?
-
Support
your
inference.
What
WORDS
HELPED
YOU
to infer?
What do you
know
IN YOUR HEAD

that helped
you to infer?
- Use
clues
or
details
from the passage.
1. What can you
infer
from this?
2. What
words
helped you to infer?
3. What do you know

in your head

that helped you to infer?
Answer: There was a storm,
possibly a tornado.
1. What can you
infer
from this?
2. What
words
helped you to infer?
3. What do you know

in your head

that helped you to infer?
Possible Answer: He/she just made a hit and is running the bases in a baseball game.
Making Inferences
Watch this video, and then we'll talk.
What was
bigger than
Alexander?
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