This would be a great way to show students how to infer texts that they are reading. A similar diagram could be composed on the computer and printed as a hand of for reading folders for students. Many students are just learning to infer about what they are reading at the beginning of 4th grade and it continues through to high school.

whole group or small. Grade 5 Use puzzle pieces - Inferring Anchor Chart Fifth grade Standards addressed by using this chart: Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Showing vs. Telling Writing Anchor Chart! This blog post also contains a FREE Show Don't Tell Bingo game!

Show, Don't Tell: A FREE Writing Lesson

One of my all-time favorite writing topics focuses on writing showing sentences instead of telling sentences. The anchor chart below highlights the difference between a showing sentence and a telling

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

Inferencing Activities Bundle for Making Inferences

Inferencing can be tough! These inference activities and resources were created to align with the Common Core Standards for and grade Language Arts.

ELA in the middle | Middle School English, Language Arts

Inference chart

Inference---The chart presented in this visual could be used for middle school grades. Students compare and contrast inferring what the texts says and what they personally infer what the text is saying.

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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.

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