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Successful readers make guesses based on what they read and what they already know. The object of this game is to infer what is being described by the clues you read.
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This is an image from this resource on the "Sixth Grade Language Skill Builders - Reading Comprehension" resource page: Inference Riddle Game. Guess using riddles! Infer what is being described by the clues you read

Inference Riddle Game by Phil and David Tulga--use as a warm-up to get students thinking about inferencing

Free: Website game Inference Riddle Game - FUN, FUN for all levels of learners

Successful readers make guesses based on what they read and what they already know. The object of this game is to infer what is being described by the clues you read.

Successful readers make guesses based on what they read and what they already know. The object of this game is to infer what is being described by the clues you read.

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Inference Riddle Game by Phil and David Tulga: Inferencing in just 1 minute, fun site. Kids will love this.

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Teaching With a Mountain View: Tell Me a Story Tuesday Using pictures to practice reading skills
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What can I infer lesson, using a picture. Using Pictures to teach Key Reading Skills

Using Pictures to teach Key Reading Skills.also good for teaching how to gather ideas from pictures for writing.

Teach key reading skills with pictures. Would be fun for warmups. that way a whole class period isn't spend rehashing things the kids should know. but struggling learners are able to get a refresher or are taught things they may have missed.

Teaching inference with pictures-could do in small groups. Each group has different picture & creates inference poster

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Using movie shorts in the classroom can be very engaging. Guide your students to make inferences using a Pixar short. The post includes two free graphic organizers to help your students! Perfect to use for any book or video.
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Using movie shorts in the classroom can be very engaging. Guide your students to make inferences using a Pixar short. The post includes two free graphic organizers to help your students! Perfect to use for any book or video.
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inference short video 2 min - use for a class starter - Ask - What did the larva put in their mouths? What clues led you to believe....?
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How did the larva feel about swallowing the earbud? What evidence from the video can you use to support your answer?

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inference short video 2 min - use for a class starter - Ask - What did the larva put in their mouths? What clues led you to believe....?

inference short video 2 min - use for a class starter - Ask - What did the larva put in their mouths? What clues led you to believe....?
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Making Inferences Graphic Organizer (Free!) Awesome way to teach kids how to connect prior knowledge and facts from the text to make an inference.
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Making Inferences Sheet from The Adventures of a Grade Teacher

Use in interactive notebook for making inferences lesson

Inferring: In Diller’s chapter 4 about comprehension, the importance of developing inferences is addressed. Inferences helps students to dig deep into the text and begin making connections.

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Making Inferences Graphic Organizer (Free!) Awesome way to teach kids how to connect prior knowledge and facts from the text to make an inference.

Making Inferences Graphic Organizer (Free!) Awesome way to teach kids how to connect prior knowledge and facts from the text to make an inference.
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Reader's Response Templates - 50 page freebie - a great selection of response pages
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Reader's Response Templates - 50 page freebie

Inference Graphic organizer, and more!

Maps, charts, etc. on reading components

I'll bet at least a half dozen of my students have THIS VERY IEP goal.

Reader's Response Templates - 50 page freebie - a great selection of response pages

Reader's Response Templates - 50 page freebie - a great selection of response pages
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Inference Bags - Put mystery items in each bag. Have students write out 6 clues about their mystery object in the bag. The clues shouldn't be obvious, but they do have to be factual. Once finished, students will read clues & make inferences about what the mystery object is.
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Inference Bags-definitely doing this next year! (Kids place random items in their bag, write clues on the outside. Students go up and read the clues, and then infer what is in the bag.sort of a stretch I think, but fun!

Inference Bags- bring in an object from home and write clues about it for students to guess- i do this! great for descriptive detail as well

Inference Bags - Put mystery items in each bag. Have students write out 6 clues about their mystery object in the bag. The clues shouldn't be obvious, but they do have to be factual. Once finished, students will read clues & make inferences about what the mystery object is.

Inference Bags - Put mystery items in each bag. Have students write out 6 clues about their mystery object in the bag.  The clues shouldn't be obvious, but they do have to be factual. Once finished, students will read clues & make inferences about what the mystery object is.

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Scene of the Crime Writing: Set up a fake crime scene. Then have all the children to gather around and examine the scene of the crime. After they have all looked at the crime scene have them return to their desk and tell them to write a story about what they thought happened. This will make some interesting stories, but I would use this in only 4th or 5th grade.

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set up a 'crime scene'-students draw inferences, writing project, and/or do some related forensic science experiments ~ love this idea. maybe not a crime scene for my kiddos but something similar

Simply SWEET TEAching: The Great Garbage Mystery - Inference Introduction

Simply SWEET TEAching: The Great Garbage Mystery - Inference Introduction . so many versions of this; I like the graphic organizer at the bottom to wrap it up!

This blog post will take you through a step-by-step method to teach inference to your upper elementary students. It uses a stop light strategy. A free download of inference charts are included! They can be used with any text.

How to Teach Inference

This blog post will take you through a step-by-step method to teach inference to your upper elementary students. It uses a stop light strategy. A free download of inference charts are included! They can be used with any text.

Ms. Coleman's First Grade: Let the Inferring Begin!:

INFERRING SONG Use this handout and song as a reference for teaching students what it means to infer!

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.

Defective Detective--infers incorrectly--sometimes the clues don't add up as we think...OMG...this is perfect as a hook for the next infering lesson!!

Defective Detective - WRITING: Short perfect for conversation or writing prompt; Past Tense, Que sucedio? Have them ask for verbs they don't know before starting.

My CT uses these posters a lot when the kids are writing about their reading during reading workshop. They do base their writing on these inferences their drawing from the text they're reading about. They're offered to make predictions, as well as suggest wonderings with these starters.

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My CT uses these posters a lot when the kids are writing about their reading during reading workshop. They do base their writing on these inferences their drawing from the text they're reading about. They're offered to make predictions, as well as suggest

Inference: It's In the Bag Reading GAME. Perfect for inferring reading comprehension skills, test prep, and intervention RTI groups. TeacherKarma.com

Inference Activity and Hands-on Reading Comprehension, INFER: It's in the BAG

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