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Inferences & Conclusions

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Linda Wright

on 7 January 2013

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Transcript of Inferences & Conclusions

Conclusions Inferences Use what you know to make a guess about what you don't know Use your own experiences Make the text
personal
and
memorable Good readers make inferences and draw conclusions
to understand what they are reading When you make inferences or draw conclusions, you make guesses about things not directly stated in the passage. You use details provided by the author along with what you know of real life to make conclusions and inferences. Use the clues
in the text and Professor Garfield Let's look at an example You got to school this morning and you couldn't find your math book. You were reading it over while having breakfast, so what conclusion or inference can you draw? Use what you know to make a guess about what you don't know
Read between the lines
Use the clues in the text
Use your own experiences
Make the text personal and memorable
Make inferences and draw conclusions

. You are making an inference based upon the fact that you know you were working in your math book at home What inference or conclusion do you make? Cite reasons that are facts along
with reasons that come from your
prior knowledge. http://www.professorgarfield.org/ReadingRing/Strips/strips.html Conclusions and Inferences There were two elephants under one umbrella, why didn't they get wet? 1. C 2. d 3. c 4. b It's not raining!!! 5. d Mrs. Wright With love, The End Infer the meaning of text to reach logical conclusions R-6,7,8-3 a,b
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