This powerpoint is colorful, adorable, and includes a variety of great examples to keep your students engaged while learning about inferencing!
-40 editable slides with animation, cute clipart, and a variety of backgrounds
-embedded cartoon video clip (and website link), along with times to stop and ask inference questions in the notes section (**VIDEOS ARE FROM YOUTUBE, SO BE SURE YOU HAVE ACCESS AT YOUR SCHOOL)
-2 illustrated vocabulary slides that can be printed as word wall posters
-3 comic strips, where students infer what goes in the missing box
-2 videos with music and lyrics for inferring the meaning (answers included too)
-3 brainteasers, where students have to work through false assumptions and use the clues given to solve the riddle
Be sure to check out the preview!
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~Not Just for Elementary (learning can be fun for big kids too!)
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