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Making Inferences

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Charlene Kelly

on 20 March 2013

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Transcript of Making Inferences

Gallery Walk What does the boy think when the car starts? When inferring readers say things to themselves like, " I predict, I know this because, I think..." We are going to go to the website
http://www.philtulga.com/Riddles.html
to have a competition to see which partner group can solve the most inference riddles with the fewest clues. (Found under Mrs. Kelly's
useful links) What does it mean to infer? You even infer when you
watch a commercial! You make inferences everyday, most of the time without even knowing it. Let's use your inference skills in a competition! Making Inferences *Using background knowledge to help you understand something. *Using clues in the reading
(and pictures) to help you understand what is happening to create meaning for the text. *Inferences can help us make predictions about what is going to happen in a text. We are going to take a walk around our room, quietly looking at the numbered pictures. On your whiteboard you're going to infer what you think is going to happen or is happening. What did the dog do? What does the grad think his gift is? Inferring when we read is like putting a puzzle together in our minds. Let's practice! Why?
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