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What is an Inference?

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Kimberly Crouch

on 28 February 2015

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Transcript of What is an Inference?

Making Inferences
Learning About
Inferences

What Are Our Targets for the Lesson?
1. I will be able to recall the definition of an inference.
2. I will use my investigative skills to draw conclusions about a picture and a video.
3. I will learn the process of visual thinking.
What is an
Inference?
What does it mean to
Infer?
An educated guess
What can you infer about this image?
To draw a conclusion about the clues or the evidence that is given.
*At times in literature, the evidence is not directly stated in the text, and we have speculate with the clues that we have.
To Infer also means:
An Inference is:
Drawing Inferences with What We Watch
When we watch movies, we tend to draw conclusions about what is going to happen with the information that is given to us.
Modeling How to Infer
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