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Week 4 Lesson 1: Inference

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Liam Brooks

on 3 March 2017

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Transcript of Week 4 Lesson 1: Inference

5-Minute Quick Write: Word chain
1. Everyone will begin by writing the word
'Alice'.

2. The goal is to form the next word in the 'chain' by writing a word starting with the last letter of the previous one.
E.g: chai
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>
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w
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hit
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>
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xcellen
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SIlent reading for 20 minutes: 'Dear Alice' (pp.93)
1. Read the story by yourself silently.

2. If you finish before the 20 minutes are up, begin a double entry journal.
What is 'inference'?
*See attached PowerPoint
Activity: Inference table
1. Working individually.

2. Use the table template to help you explore inference in the story 'Dear Alice'.

3. We have 15 minutes.
Spelling test 4
1. Name at the top.

2. Numbers 1-10 down the left hand side.

3. Silent throughout.

4. We will correct afterwards.
Week 4
Lesson 1: Dear Alice

Learning intention:
To read and comprehend 'Dear Alice'.

Success criteria:
Must be able to comprehend the short story as well as understand what it means to infer. Should also be able to apply understanding of inference to this short story.
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