This flipbook contains six activities to teach students inferences:
Tab 1: What is an Inference? - Students use a Frayer Model graphic organizer to learn the definition of an inference.
Tab 2: How to make inferences?-Students work with a visual representation of an inference and “It Says, I Say, and So” strategy.
Tab 3: Remember This!- Students learn signal words for inference questions, question stems, and iceberg graphic organizer.
Tab 4: Example 1: Inference questions- Students practice to answer inference questions.
Tab 5: Example 2: Text evidence questions – Students practice to answer text evidence questions.
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