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This lesson was designed to teach students how to inference, provide examples of inferencing through picture posters, practice with inference scenarios and problem solve with graphic organizers to inference all around a Winter Theme.
This Lesson Includes the Following:
Slide 1 – Title and Information Page
Slide 2 – Table of Contents and Information
PageSlide 3 – How to Make an Inference Winter Theme Poster
Slides 4-5 – Examples of Inferences Posters – Winter Theme
Slides 6-11 - You Make the Inference Posters – Winter Theme
Slides 12-18 – Inference Scenarios All Around a Winter Theme – 4 scenarios per page. (32 scenarios)
Slide 19 - Inference Scenarios for Location / Where – Winter Theme – 4 scenarios
Slide 20 - Inference Scenarios for What feeling - Winter Theme - 4 scenarios
Slide 21 – Inference Scenarios for Problem / Solution – Winter Theme – 4 scenarios
Slide 22-23 – Graphic Organizers to Facilitate Inferencing, brainstorming and problem solving.
I designed this lesson because not only do most of my students have goals and difficulty with inferencing, but also to develop the ability to identify problems and possible solutions, analyze and integrate information, select significant information as pertinent to the topic, use inductive and deductive reasoning and make contributions in group discussions. When I introduce such activities, I observe my students expanding utterances, enhancing world knowledge in practical ‘real-life’ situations and scenarios, enhance vocabulary and oral reasoning, analyze feelings and behaviors and evaluations opinions and explaining why they provided certain reasons. In addition, my students require development to use previously acquired world knowledge to derive meaning from inferences spoken in language. For the scenarios, the students must use background knowledge and world knowledge to infer the answer from the linguistic statements and the students own knowledge.
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