**You might also like my Inferring (Making Inferences) - Task Cards**Reading Strategy PowerPoint - InferringA PowerPoint designed to help teach inferring to students.Includes a learning objective and three success criteria so that students are aware of the goals of the lesson.Explains what inferring
**Note** The product is a digital (Google Slides), version of my PDF format Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions - Reading Worksheet Pack. This digital version is intended to be used as a no-print online learning activity. Students simply click in each of the text boxes and type their answer. T
This 21 page powerpoint explains what an inference is, how a reader should infer, a slide about "As a reader if you can....", and then has 6 slides about "What's inside my Bag". This is where you can put the following five items inside a bag (I made the 5 items generic so if you were inside your roo
Here's a fun and seasonal way to practice the skill of inferring! This resource is a combination of a PowerPoint and printables activity. Students will be introduced to the Brown Family. Somehow the elves got their Christmas Wish Lists all mixed-up and doesn't know whose list is whose. Your stud
This is a Google Slides resource with Jamboard and Peardeck activities - 70 Slides!Included: 70 Inference slides!- Match the bag to the person activity in Peardeck- Speaking and writing slides- Inferring with pictures - Jamboard slides for making inferences from pictures- Peardeck choose the option
Looking for a way to have students learn about inferring in a digital way? This resource is for you! A brief overview of inferring, as well as activities for students to engage in with their own books. Use whole group or assign individually. Feel free to add your own audio as necessary. Slides inclu
This is a 19 page powerpoint that is comprised of 8 different scenarios in which the student needs to infer. The first 3 slides includes one slide each on what inferring is, how to infer, and how a reader can infer during the book. (These first 3 slides are the same slides as my other Inferring Powe
An engaging formative assessment and city building PowerPoint game in one bundle. Students are given inferring questions (graphs, pictures, texts) at varying degrees of difficulty, and when correct can choose a building to construct a city. While the game progresses, students fill out a self-refle
This distance learning resource, compatible with Google Slides™, includes 20 interactive digital task cards to help students practice making inferences while reading. Two different activity options make this product the perfect addition to a blended classroom or remote learning setup. Option #1 incl
I use this power point to introduce or review inferring. My goal is for the student to express themselves in complete sentences with plenty of proof or reason for their inference. It is presented in the I do, we do, partners do, you do model. Please see the added note at the bottom of each slide f
This powerpoint is a mini lesson that scaffolds inferring for elementary students. It starts with a simple inferring sentence answerable by YES or NO, then moving on to inferring with pictures. From here, the teacher can then take his/her students to the next level by introducing inferring with text
Strengthen students' comprehension and ability to make predictions with this PowerPoint. The lesson helps students infer to draw their own conclusion. A variety of activities provide practice in examining details to make a judgement and draw a conclusion. Students rely on background knowledge to
Teaching the reading strategy: Using Prior Knowledge to Infer
The focus of this strategy is to teach students how use prior knowledge to infer and to improve understanding.
This is one of many interactive reading strategies created by Wise Guys that can be used right away in your classroom with y
Making inferences helps your students develop a fuller understanding of a story. Authors don’t always explain everything in the text, so it is important to read between the lines. Some graphic organizers are flexible, for you to use as you wish, while others are specific to a task.Best Picture Books
Fun and engaging In the Garden Inferring Google Slide Presentation.The colorful photographs are appropriate for both younger children and older students with special needs. No printing and no prep for remote learning and speech-language therapy.Students will listen to the descriptions and guess the
Fun and engaging In the Winter Inferring Google Slide Presentation.The colorful photographs are appropriate for both younger children and older students with special needs. No printing and no prep for remote learning and speech-language therapy.Students will listen to the descriptions and guess the
Teaching the reading strategy: Using Visuals to Infer
The focus of this strategy is to teach students how to use visuals to infer while reading.
This is one of many interactive reading strategies created by Wise Guys that can be used right away in your classroom with your students.
This item can be presented to the whole class or it can be converted to google slides and uploaded into Google Classroom as an independent study/review!For whole class you could have students write in the boxes using your SMARTboard or even have them type in their answers if you shared it with multi
Inferring through text is an important aspect for understanding, asking questions and making connections while reading. Inferring also help students become more creative writers. This language package focuses on Inferring Feelings, through text.This package includes:- Google Slides lesson (discussio
Power point teaching students how to infer while a reading selection. Ideal for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade. Research has shown that if a concept is linked to an interesting or familiar image, students will remember the concept more readily. Power point was developed for ESL and ELL students who strug
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Inferring Lessons and Activities is a fun way to teach this important reading comprehension skill using PowerPoint! Lessons are interactive and engaging and will keep students excited about learning! This product contain
This powerpoint introduced what an inference is. It provides pictures from Paris that are used to get students into the mode of figuring out the 'missing' information that is not given. You can use this product for a question/answer introduction to the comprehension strategy.