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Making Inferences Worksheet

I'm thinking of using this idea to teach students how to annotate. My students fell really flat in this process this year. Graphic organizers to teach the process seems like a great idea.

Really good resources for teaching inference!!! and a fabulous freebie too!  Tori's Teacher Tips: Inference Activities

Good inferencing page that can be used with any book. Really good resources for teaching inference! and a fabulous freebie too! Tori's Teacher Tips: Inference Activities

Mentor Texts for Teaching Inferences

Read Alouds for Teaching Inferences

If you are looking for inference mentor texts or read alouds for teaching inferences, definitely check out this post. It shares 6 read alouds that are perfect for teaching your students to make inferences.

Making Inferences! TONS of GREAT printables for 2nd Grade!!!

January NO PREP Math and Literacy (2nd Grade)

An exercise to have students practice reading a small amount of text and making inferences. Good to use for an intro to making inferences or for struggling readers to practice that concept.

INFERRING USING PICTURES~ Students who struggle with text have difficulty getting a complete “picture” of what’s going on. One way to simplify instruction is to teach inferences using only picture clues. Pictures can be decoded more quickly and are accessible to all readers.  Includes 14 worksheets and 2 assessments.   $

Making Inferences Using Pictures

Students who struggle with text have difficulty getting a complete "picture" of what's going on. One way to simplify instruction is to teach inferences using only picture clues. Pictures can be decoded more quickly and are accessible to all readers.

Understanding the difference between inference and prediction is one of classic challenges in literacy instruction, in addition to the difference between main idea and theme, mood and tone, and reading versus deep reading, and so on. Some of it is a mater of jargon. An argument could be made that, like main idea and theme, that distinguishing between the two is more trouble than it’s worth.

Anchor chart-Making Inferences not Predictions. Great anchor chart to illustrate the difference between inferences-prediction. Have the students refer to it, and copy it their journals.

FREE - Inference Carousel: Making Inferences with Pictures

Inference Carousel: Making Inferences with Pictures

Making Inferences with Pictures - 29 pages Activity Includes: * Teacher Instructions * 14 Images * Response Handouts for Lessons * List of Possible Responses * Additional Inference Carousel Activity * Template for Student Inference Pictures

Teaching about making inferences while reading? Check out this anchor chart and FREE inference activity for upper elementary students! This blog post contains a free passage and instructions which will allow your students to make their own s'more inferenc

Inferences Anchor Chart... with a matching free activity!

Inference anchor chart, activities, graphic organizer, student notes, practice and more! Making and defending inferences is easy with this bundle.

Inference Activities for Making Inferences

Making Inferences Through Poetry - This Little Teacher - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Inference: Students can have fun making inferences with this poetry! Read the poetry and put together background knowledge and text clues to determine what each is. For higher reading groups.

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