Inference Skills have proven to be difficult to teach because the evidence is not implicitly stated in the text. This is a very comprehensive unit created to build understanding of inference and the ways to identify test-talk responses through a scaffolded set of six lessons, activities and worksheets. It addresses: unfamiliar objects, mini dramas, meanings of unknown words, QAR strategies, John Henry-Test Talk, and "The Road Not Taken" Poetry analysis. It has complete lesson plans, guided activities, and independent worksheets and materials presented in a I-do, We-do, You-do format that assesses levels of understanding throughout the lessons. Proven highly effective in building understanding and identification of inference using a variety of modalities.