INFERENCE ACTIVITIES BUNDLE
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Inference Resources: Inference can be a challenging concept/skill to teach. This best-selling bundle has a multitude of activities, printable resources, and worksheets will make it easy while also engaging your students in the process of learning to infer!
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This 12 slide Powerpoint presentation provides students with introductory information about inferential thinking. The presentation includes the following information:
• What does it mean to infer?
• How good readers making inferences
• Examples of inferring information
This resource contains two posters for your classroom that are helpful reminders for students to understand the meaning of inferential thinking.
In this engaging activity, students will analyze 3 social media profiles to infer information about the person's life. The profiles contain both text and images that the students can use to make their inferences.
Your purchase includes 7 pages of worksheets that allow students to practice inferring and predicting with modern song lyrics. I usually let students listen to the song before hand, then show them the music video afterwards. *Please note that some subject matter from the song lyrics may be mature for early middle school students
This unique activity is a fun way to get your students thinking inferentially. The students will be required to read a text message between two people and infer meaning from it. They will be required to infer who the people are, what their relationship is, where they are, and what kind of personality they have. Includes 10 pre-made texting conversations and blank templates for students to create their own.
THE CASE OF THE MISSING CAMERA:
Includes 10 worksheets with "lost images" that students use to infer information.
The students will be required to look at 4 pictures and infer meaning from them using their schema/background knowledge.
Your purchase includes five "4 Pictures 1 Inference" worksheets that students can complete. Each one of the worksheets asks students to complete two questions, which will have them infer meaning from the individual images, and the images as a whole. A student answer sample is also included.
Vaguebooking is a term used to describe an intentionally vague social media status update that prompts friends to ask what's going on, or is possibly a cry for help! If you do not know what the status is about, you must infer its meaning by using your background knowledge This fun activity will have students do just that! Includes 20 vague status updates, and assignment sheets for students.
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