Teaching students how to infer and make inferences can be challenging, but it's an important reading comprehension skill that students need practice with. These graphic organizers assist you by providing three-step instructions and clearly defined places for students to record their work.
What students will do:
1. Students will read fiction or non-fiction text--either something you assign or an independent reading book.
2. Students will record an excerpt or paraphrase from the text.
3. Students will record what they think about the content of the text.
4. Students will form their own inferences and record them.
• 5 different graphic organizers so that you can use the one that's right for your class and the reading you assign:
• Independent Reading Book
• Newspaper Article
• Non-Fiction Article
• A fiction example/answer key. Copy for students if you want to or just use it yourself as an answer key.
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