Use this engaging foldable to help students master identifying word meaning. By using the acronym S.A.I.D (synonym, antonym, inference, definition) they will remember the 4 different ways to use context clues to define unknown words.
Teaching inference is a critical skill for elementary readers.
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. #inferences #literacy
Making Inferences :: This is a differentiated & Common Core aligned mini-unit that reviews making inferences with upper elementary/middle school students! It also introduces the vocabulary terms "explicit" and "implicit" information.Included in this pack:- Teaching Guide- List of partner resources/texts- Implicit, Explicit, & Inference definition sheets- Implicit vs.
Character Traits PowerPoint Lesson
What a Character...Trait! PowerPoint Lesson and Test Prep Use this 37 slide PowerPoint and note page to teach and practice inferring character traits. This PowerPoint includes: * single page note-taking follow along * kid friendly definition of character