First and Second Grade Making Inferences Nonfiction Passages
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- This Making Inferences Bundle can save you valuable time when looking for an effective resource for teaching inferring to young learners. It's great for beginners and struggling students alike. Included are 25 short fiction and nonfiction passages with 3 built-in inferences each! No more scouring thPrice $9.60Original Price $12.25Save $2.65
- Are you scouring through dozens of books to find examples of Making Inferences text, only to find maybe one good example of an inference? I felt like I was doing that WAY too much! That's exactly why I created this resource with 3 built-in inferences in each little passage. Great for Summer School!YPrice $15.87Original Price $31.74Save $15.87
Are you scouring through dozens of books to find examples of Making Inferences text, only to find maybe one good example of an inference? It seemed like there were very few for nonfiction! That's exactly why I created this resource with 3 built-in inferences in each little passage.
These short, Non-fiction Passages about high interest, influential people of the past, will have your students showing growth with Making Inferences in no time! With 3 built-in inferences in each passage, your students are sure to develop a better understanding of this difficult skill.
This resource has been converted to Google Slides. If you have already purchased this, you will find the link within the pages of this product.
Here's what Sally had to say:
"Wonderful! The different formats are so helpful!"
After creating the fiction inferring resource Making Inferences Reading Passages Differentiated, I wanted to expose my students to inferring with non-fiction. I chose 11 interesting and influential people and wrote about them in a way my students could draw conclusions and make inferences.
The following influential people are covered in this set:
• Ruby Bridges
• Abraham Lincoln
• Susan B. Anthony
• Amelia Earhart
• Benjamin Franklin
• Thomas Jefferson
• Helen Keller
• Martin Luther King, Jr.
• Betsy Ross
• George Washington
About This Resource:
There are 11 high interest mini-passages with 3 differentiated inferring graphic organizers for each.
This resource uses REVERSE INFERRING. This means that you give the Inference to the student and they must come up with the text that implied the inference. This is easier than inferring the traditional way. After they master Reverse inferring, they move on to Traditional Inferring.
Because I know how busy teachers are, I have provided a key for each passage.
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