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Transcript of Inferences

Inferences Many times, the main idea is inferred and
never directly stated. You have to read
the whole story or watch the whole video
to get the main idea. To find the main idea you have to:
examine character's thoughts and actions
look at the author's choice of words
identify and examine the point of view
analyze the main conflict The details in a story can lead you to the
main idea.

To find the main idea, write down
details that jump out at
you as important. Then
find the key idea between
them. What were some important things
that grabbed your attention?

What do you think the main idea was? What was the point of this video? Inferences are ideas that come from a conversation, movie, story, etc. that are not directly stated. Jessica walked around the track, mumbling under her breathe about the unfairness of forced exercise.
What is implied?
a. Jessica is tired
b. Jessica is an athlete
c. Jessica does not like exercise
d. none of the above. Example: Practice:
pg. 55-60
in Buckle Down
on a separate sheet of paper..
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