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We know how important it is to teach our students to make inferences when they read. It's a tricky concept, and one that needs to be taught again and again. Students often confusing inferring with making predictions and observations, and some are just confused all together! Som

Free Printables to Use with Animated Shorts (Inference)

If you are looking for some high-interest activities, try using animated shorts to teach inference skills. This post contains the animated short film Lonely Island found on YouTube and inserted in…

Inferring is a prime example of a critical thinking skill used in classrooms today. Students are asked to read text and analyze it by thinking deeper---way beyond the visual text. This post will provide ideas to help your students learn how to infer.

With the Common Core Standards in place, students are being asked more and more to use critical thinking skills to analyze literary and informational text. Inference is a prime example of a critical thinking skill used in classrooms today. Students are asked to read text and analyze it by

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FREE Graphic Organizer: Making Inferences - 1 graphic organizer Directions: Read the text to make an inference based on the information provided and what you already know. Remember, you want to reveal what the author isn't telling the reader directly.

Description 1 graphic organizer Directions: Read the text to make an inference based on the information provided and what you already know. Remember, you want to reveal what the author isn't telling the reader directly. If you like this product, then you may also like: Graphic Organizer: Making Inferences II (FREE) Inference Carousel: Making Inferences with Pictures Graphic Organizer: Sequence Order of Events (FREE) Main Idea and Supporting Details: Boxes and Bullets (Graphic Organizer)…

Ashleigh Cannon on Twitter: "Cool strategy to teach inferences! Ss could write their own and have their classmates make inferences. #ACUedu_p https://t.co/Dvx62sZqeT"

“Cool strategy to teach inferences! Ss could write their own and have their classmates make inferences. #ACUedu_p”

Inferring is a prime example of a critical thinking skill used in classrooms today. Students are asked to read text and analyze it by thinking deeper---way beyond the visual text. This post will provide ideas to help your students learn how to infer.

With the Common Core Standards in place, students are being asked more and more to use critical thinking skills to analyze literary and informational text. Inference is a prime example of a critical thinking skill used in classrooms today. Students are asked to read text and analyze it by