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Inferencing

Highlights the skill of inferencing and how it differs from prediction
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Kimberly Frame

on 19 November 2011

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Transcript of Inferencing

Ways to Infer
Inferencing:
What is it?

Why is it important?
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How is it different than a prediction?
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Reading between the lines
What you read
+ What you know
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Inference
A prediction is a guess as to what will happen next
An inference helps fill in missing information
Making a connection between what you already know and what is happening in the text
Use your experiences
Use information and clues in the text
Use information to predict what will come next
Identify causes and effects
Distinguish between facts and opinions
It helps us figure things out
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