Teaching how to infer with "A Story For Bear"

Teaching how to infer with "A Story For Bear"
Teaching how to infer with "A Story For Bear"
Teaching how to infer with "A Story For Bear"
Teaching how to infer with "A Story For Bear"
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This is a great tool to use in the classroom when introducing students to the concept of inferring. This presentation was created to go with the book, "A Story For Bear" by Dennis Haseley & Jim LaMarche.

This download includes two worksheets for Writer's Workshop for students to write their own inferences from, "A Story For Bear". There is also a separate short story included in this presentation to engage the students in an interactive activity on inferring to assess their ability to gain an understanding of this concept.

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Teaching how to infer with "A Story For Bear"
Teaching how to infer with "A Story For Bear"
Teaching how to infer with "A Story For Bear"
Teaching how to infer with "A Story For Bear"